You would think after years of conducting interviews, I would have seen it all; yet I am constantly amazed. Isn't it just common sense?
Have a little fun. Bring in that bouquet of lollipops with a sign that declares “work will suck without you!” Organize an ugly sweater contest, embrace the pun and give a gift card for coffee that says “thanks a latte.” It won’t cost much, but not all benefits need to.
According to some estimates, as many of 54 million Americans have been bullied at one time in their career.
At the heart of corporate culture are the core values that guide a firm’s actions, unite its employees, and define its brand. These values align teams, direct hiring decisions, and guide future decisions.
According to a 2017 Gallup poll, only 33% of Americans feel engaged at work. Unfortunately, this is a step up from the worldwide average of 15%. That means that 70% of Americans and 85% of workers worldwide do not feel engaged at work.
Several major organizations - including Verizon, Amazon, Target, and Facebook - have come under scrutiny and legal challenge recently, as it has come to light that the nation’s top employers are using social media to place targeted job ads - excluding older workers.
The extra socialization that "onboarding" gives a new employee can help them reach their full potential sooner. Learn why onboarding is so important and explore the ways it can help new hires succeed when done effectively.