Following trends can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on how you look at it. If you followed IBM’s lead and stopped your flexible working arrangements, you may now be at a disadvantage for recruiting workers.
Generally speaking, engagement is how much your employees are active within their jobs. An engaged employee enjoys their job, fits well within its culture, and actively tries to improve his or her organization.
We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: If you want to attract top talent you need to have the technology candidates crave; with the modern workforce, it’s in their DNA. Randstad US has released new data that reveals the extent to which job satisfaction is dependent on an employer’s ability to use and […]
Employee engagement is a key statistic tracked by many organizations because it’s an extremely important factor for business success. It’s also a great recruitment tool as well.
It’s a real blow when valuable workers hand in their 2 weeks’ notice. Whether you had your suspicions or the resignation came out of the blue, you feel like you have to take action pronto—especially if those leaving are key players and have extensive knowledge of the company.
With Millennials making up the largest generation of workers, employers must adapt to meet Millennials’ needs in order to attract this group of workers to their companies, say the findings of a new survey report released by Udemy, an online learning platform.
The world of work has changed, are you prepared to meet talent demands? Sadly, what attracted talent in 2014, doesn’t work in 2018. If you think a ping pong table is going to get workers in the door, think again!
At the 2018 RecruitCon conference in Nashville, this past May, one of the most common themes that was presented was improving the candidate experience. New data, released by recruiting solutions provider Montage, show that this trend is currently top of mind for all recruiters and hiring managers.
Finding top talent to work for your company may be a struggle. However, for companies that offer telecommuting benefits, you’ll have a better chance at attracting and retaining talent. According to 77% of respondents, in a recent Robert Half survey, if a company offers telecommuting options, he or she would be more likely to accept […]
If your workers are unhappy in their current roles, throwing more money at them won’t make them stay, say 55% of respondents in a new research report released by Korn Ferry.
In part one of this article series, HR Works sat down with RecruitCon 2018 keynote speaker Bob Kelleher to discuss hiring and engagement issues. Here is the remainder of that interview.