ARTICLES, BLOGS & VIDEOS

The latest news, trends and information to help you with your recruiting efforts.

Posted December 17, 2014 by

Improving Productivity through Employee Recognition

Laura O. Tolentino

Laura O. Tolentino

Success in the business world is measured by turning a profit: Your business is at its best when you demonstrate that income outweighs expenses on your balance sheet. When the fiscal year ends, you take a closer look at those numbers and attempt to figure out where improvements can be made to increase overall efficiency. Whether you streamline the logistics process, eliminate non-performing sectors or re-allocate resources, improving the smooth functioning of your company is the goal.

However, many project managers miss out on a critical opportunity when it comes to increased efficiencies. Instead of looking at personnel and its impact on productivity, they take aim at other company assets and processes. The truth is that employees are among the most valuable components of a business, and they need to be nurtured and developed in order to reach their highest potential. Improving productivity through employee recognition is one effective way to show them their worth, so take the right approach when showcasing individual achievement. (more…)

Posted January 23, 2014 by

Do You Have Employees Who Are Telecommuting for Their Entry Level Jobs? 4 Ways to Manage Them Effectively

Employers, do you need some advice on managing workers with entry level jobs who telecommute?  Learn four ways to do so in the following post.

Telecommuting can present challenges if you’re not familiar with managing remote teams. You may have to adjust the way you communicate with your employees, and your overall management style, to accommodate teams separated by distance. Telecommuting opens up the door to working with talent from all over the world. You may find yourself working

Taken from:

Continue Reading

Posted December 20, 2012 by

A Social Job Posting

By Peter Weddle, WEDDLE’s

Peter Weddle

Peter Weddle

Not much has changed with job postings since they first appeared in the early 1990’s. Today, they are, as they have always been, information-based ads that are shaped by their ancestors in the classified section of newspapers. What has changed, however, is the people who read job postings. They want a different experience, one that is social as well as informative.

Unfortunately, the Web is filled with poorly written job postings. These recruitment ads are nothing more than position descriptions or print classified ads repurposed online. They may work with the most desperate of job seekers, but for talented candidates with choices, they have all of the appeal of a wet blanket on a cold day. (more…)

Posted December 10, 2012 by

Employee Recognition Programs Generate Strong Business Results

CollegeRecruiter.comAccording to the following post, companies may need to practice positive reinforcement among employees to improve their business results.

Bersin & Associates announced the results of its survey The Employee Recognition Maturity Model: A Roadmap to Strategic Recognition, which indicates that companies with successful employee recognition programs are, on average, 12 times more likely to generate strong business results than companies with weak or non-existent programs.

Read the article:

Employee Recognition Programs Generate Strong Business Results