5 Reasons Why You Should Use a Behavioral Interview: Guest Post

Today’s post is from Danielle Jenkins a recruitment marketing expert at Professional Resume Writers. One way to check a recruiter’s success is to look at the quality-of-hire rate. Although it can be challenging to measure because quality is subjective to the company’s requirements, a general way to assess this is by looking at an employee’s …

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Message to the individual job seeker- If you can’t find a job it is your fault.

The U.S. Department of Labor announced a record setting number of jobs are available in the U.S., more than the number of job seekers looking. So if there are more jobs than applicants why are people not able to find work? Personal responsibility There are a lot of dynamics involved in why people are not …

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Top 5 Ways to Prevent Employee Burnout: A Guest Post

Today’s post is a guest post from writer Micaiah Sowards. She offers tips on things employers can do to prevent employee burnout. These are some good tips that are often overlooked.  Are you struggling to keep your employees motivated? Do they seem to burnout faster than you can fuel their fire? You are not alone. …

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How Promoting Exercise in the Office Can Drastically Increase Productivity

Today’s post is written by Robert Brown. Robert writes about running, quality footwear and other sports related topics for Runabees – a website dedicated to running and quality footwear. When he is not running or writing, he is relaxing at home with his family and friends. If you are like many of us who spend their …

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Future Friday: The employee experience and the future of the workplace

More and more stories are being written about “the employee experience” and the importance it has to the future of the workplace. In the book The Future Workplace Experience, Jeanne C. Meister and Kevin Mulchay discuss the employee experience. It is part of the 10 rules for mastering disruption in recruiting and engaging employees. Over …

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Future Friday: Letting employees select the new boss

What if you had a way to get company leaders based on their ability to interact with peers rather than their resume? Would you be interested? A company named Tiny Pulse, led by David Niu, thinks they have developed a way to select leaders that is more effective than traditional methods. They crowdsource them. Collaborative …

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Future Friday: The new Uber employee may not be one for long

I came across an article called The Rapid Rise of Robots Replacing Workers, written by Edwin Smith in Raconteur. Smith reports that in England a recent court decision has declared that Uber drivers are employees and not independent contractors. This is similar to many court decisions here in the United States. How does this play …

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The 3 Most Competitive Workforces in America (and How to Use Them)

Today’s guest post is brought to you by SocialMonsters.org What makes up the DNA of a competitive workforce? There are the tangible factors that are easily calculated — average salary, housing costs, dominant local industries — this is the “low hanging fruit” of what makes a city competitive in the workforce. And then there are …

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Future Friday: Is your HR department designed with humans in mind?

I came across an article titled Do people really matter when we design workplaces? Written by Steve Maslin it is directed toward architects and designers. He says that often the first reaction to that question is “of course” and to some it is indeed, but to others Maslin says that often he has found that …

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