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Why social leadership is important to your top employees

Good leadership builds employees up, drives them, and makes them better at what they do. Your top employees, who are likely self-motivated, driven, and ambitious, know this. Good leaders are an essential part of any business, and social leadership is one form of defined good leadership – centering around bringing employees together, breaking down silos

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What is a social leader?

Having social leaders is crucial to building social leaderships. This means that the managers, supervisors, and leaders in your business need to understand the importance and how to practice being a social leader. This can be difficult to develop and easier to hire for, but often requires leveraging existing leadership and retraining them. Social leaders

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Impact of Information Technology on Human Resource Management

This is a guest post from Asma Niaz. Asma is an Academic writer at Zoe Talent Solutions and loves to write stellar content on various educational topics, programs, trainings and courses. Zoetalentsolutions is a premium teaching division, which offers highly professional hr courses to excel at your workplace. Nowadays, entrepreneurs with business acumen have acknowledged the power

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What is social leadership?

Businesses are changing, and often from the inside out. With factors like technology and social media changing how we connect and interact, globalization changing culture on a local and worldwide level, and generational changes – how and why we work is in a constant state of flux. Social leadership, as coined by Esade professor Jaume

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Cultural indicators of good leadership in an organization

Great leaders are an asset to any organization for the influence and effectiveness they inspire. When your business’ leaders act with the right skills and utilize good techniques to make an impact, the results shine through in an organization’s culture. Leaders should be able to establish a clear vision throughout the company, communicate seamlessly, and

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How job classification can help you structure your company

Job classification is an important part of the HR process, not only because it allows you to recognize and describe job roles, but also because classification can be essential to organizational structure. Most job classification systems evaluate job components to determine their relevance and relative value, both comparative to other similar roles outside the organization,

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A Grand Product Launch: Join us as we unveil 4 new products

In 1998, companies were wasting time with traditional pen-and-paper methods to screen their applicants. We wanted to change things and disrupt how time consuming and inaccurate candidate assessments were. Almost 20 years later, we’re considered the leader and pioneer in online assessments in the Philippines. And we’re still growign! Join us December 12 at The

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Are you classifying jobs correctly?

Job classification is a crucial part of the hiring process, and one that plays into hiring qualified employees, setting pay rates, and organizing company structure. However, job classification is also an area where mistakes are easy to make – simply because defining roles is often difficult. In many organizations, even existing employees may not be

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Why you need to profile a job before you hire for it

Job profiling, or the process of clearly defining and documenting a role and its responsibilities, is a crucial step of the hiring process, but one that many employers skip. However, without a comprehensive job profile in place, many new employees are hired arbitrarily based on estimated job roles, and often put into the workplace with no

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What to do if your job description isn’t getting any applicants

The average online job listing receives more than 250 applicants. While half or so are typically irrelevant, most recruiters have an overwhelming number of applicants to choose from. But, what happens when you don’t? If your job description isn’t getting any applicants, chances are that the problem lies in the description, not the job. By

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