Many employers think that they need to offer things like table tennis in large and custom-designed breakrooms, organic juice bars, bring-your-dog-to-work days, and free lunch every other day—especially when it comes to hiring younger employees—to retain employees and keep them happy.
Category: Corporate Culture
The real estate mantra “location, location, location,” doesn’t just apply to houses anymore, it can also apply to the recruiting world. According to Ceridian, a global human capital management technology company, where a company is located is an influential factor when candidates accept a job offer.
With job openings in restaurants at a record high, and millions of Gen Zers slated to enter the U.S. workforce, a new study was conducted to explore the relationship between younger generations and the restaurant industry, in order to see if and where the desires of these younger generations overlap with what the industry has […]
In a competitive market, companies must work twice as hard to entice new hires to accept a job offer and because of this, the relationship between recruiters and candidates has never been more important.
There’s no time like the present to start recruiting college seniors to your company. However, if your company doesn’t stand out among the rest, you’ll be losing out on top talent. College grads and jobseekers alike are all looking to work for the “World’s Most Attractive Employer.” Does your company have what it takes to […]
In the 12 months through July, the U.S. economy created 66.7 million hires only to be nearly matched by 64.2 million separations. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has noted the high quit rates indicate a near full employment of the U.S. workforce.
Yesterday’s post featured Patty McCord, the architect of that culture and the creator of the Netflix Culture Deck—a popular resource that has over 20 million views—who recently sat down with the HR Works podcast to discuss company culture and leadership.
We talk a lot about culture these days, and one of the companies that often comes up in those discussions is Netflix, renowned for its special culture. Patty McCord, the architect of that culture and the creator of the Netflix Culture Deck—a popular resource that has over 20 million views—recently sat down with the HR […]
If you’ve ever been in the job market, you know about recruiters. And if you know about recruiters, chances are you probably don’t like them.
Company culture—whether orchestrated or not, every company has its own. A strong culture appreciates and empowers employees, extending way beyond the occasional “pizza party” day or annual recognition program. All the large and small layers that define a company’s culture can add up to attracting and retaining employees.