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The Business Advantages of Hiring a Remote Staff

Not long ago, working remotely every once in a while was a nice job perk. If the weather was bad or an employee had a personal engagement, a reasonable manager would allow them to handle their duties at home. But times have changed and we’re now in the midst of a whole new “remote work”…
06 December 2018

How to Use Social Media to Show Off Your Company Culture

We’ve all seen it. The bland and lifeless corporate social media accounts that some companies maintain, some apparently out of pure spite. Scroll down, and you’ll find nothing but stock images and blog links, with the occasional press release or quarterly report retweet thrown in for “variety.” And when you go to look for engagement?…
05 October 2018

Beyond Salary: The Right Benefits and Perks for Attracting Talented Job Seekers

When a person sets out to find a new job, they often have a particular amount of money they hope to earn in mind. That’s why it’s so important to include compensation details in a job description. However, salary isn’t the end-all-be-all for many job seekers. Some people value other qualities in a job that…
18 January 2018

How to Manage Your Employer Brand on Glassdoor

The internet gives us an unprecedented opportunity to share information about anything, including experiences working for, or interviewing with particular companies. Prior to the internet age, people could only tell others about a positive or negative interaction with an employer through word of mouth. But with the emergence of social media, Glassdoor and other sites,…
29 August 2017

The Three Levels of Salary Transparency

  Even though it has become common for companies to attract top talent with unique employee perks, most people value a solid and fair salary the most. Everyone has bills to pay and financial goals in mind and the right compensation is more often than not the main reason they accept a new job or…
22 August 2017

6 Companies That Excel at Describing the Workplace Culture

The word “culture” is used a lot in the recruiting and HR profession. The people who join your company not only need to have the know-how for their individual role. They also need to have a personality that meshes with their team and the wider company.   Click here to download a free worksheet you can use…
19 June 2017

Bring Sanity to Your Workplace – Talking to SaneBox

For many workplaces, email is the bane of the people that work there. In an effort to bring sanity and calm to the world of the inbox, our friends over at SaneBox have created a revolutionary approach to managing email. They believe email can be a powerful tool, rather than a necessary burden, and that…
12 June 2017

Kindness: Why It's Missing and How to Integrate It into Your Office Culture

During long, busy workdays, completing tasks quickly and efficiently is our primary goal. In striving to do so, we can often be unintentionally unkind to others. Perhaps we ignore a question or brush someone off in the name of “getting it done.”   This is pervasive in every area of our life. In fact, in…
09 March 2017

The Importance of Hiring a Passionate Tribe for Your Startup

Hiring the right team is imperative for building a strong foundation for your startup. It may seem like a no-brainer to find talent with the most experience or highest degrees but this criterion doesn’t show you they’re passionate about their work.   In fact, 88 percent of employees don’t have a passion for what they…
10 January 2017

Does a Great Company Culture Really Attract Top Talent?

For the most part, the workplace of today is not your father’s office. Many companies have replaced cubicles with open space. Fluorescent lights have been retired in favor of natural light. And offices with stocked kitchens and ping pong tables aren’t rare anymore. Companies provide these perks as part of their organizational culture. People do…
05 January 2017