Are your Employees Looking for Their Next Job?

How many of your employees are engaged in their jobs? According to Gallup (2013), “These latest findings indicate that 70% of American workers are ‘not engaged’ or ‘actively disengaged’ and are emotionally disconnected from their workplaces and less likely to be productive. Currently, 52% of workers are not engaged, and worse, another 18% are actively disengaged in their work” (p. 12).  Does your company fit this demographic?  How can you ensure that you perform better than the data?

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4 Signs Your Employer Brand is Weak

Did you know that a company’s employer brand is twice as likely to drive job considerations as its company brand (LinkedIn Hiring Solutions survey)?  Employer brand is how your employees feel about the company.  So how do you know your brand is weak or needs to be further developed?  There are few key signs:

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Why Should We Pay Attention to Millennials Differently? Part I

There is a newer generation when looking at the incoming workforce.  How do you work with millennials especially with recruiting and retention? Sean Bisceglia, founder of Scout Exchange said, “This just in: New study on millennials. Text and you’ll miss it.  By 2020, millennials will make up 50 percent of the workforce. By 2025, that number is likely to reach 75 percent.”  It’s something we must discuss in the HR world. 

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Where Should HR Focus in 2015 to Add Value?

As a human resource leader, how can you add value to your organization?  When discussing human resources, we often overlook the actual words that are the department name.  That being “human” and “resources.”  In other words, the people of the organization and the fact that they are the resources.  Without humans there would be no resources with which to do work.  Even an assembly line that uses mostly machine power still needs humans to oversee and verify the process. 

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