Monthly Archives: May 2017

How to Recharge in 5 Minutes

When days get busy, you can find yourself low on time and high on stress. Here are some quick ways to recharge at the office when you only have 5 minutes to spare. 5 Ways to recharge in 5 minutes or less Do eye exercises It’s good practice to look at something 20 feet away for

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5 Popular Work-Life Friendly Policies

Finding the ideal balance between work and personal life is a common struggle among many employees, and contributes to employee retention and satisfaction. It’s something that concerns your top employees, which means it’s something you should be paying attention to as well. Here are 5 popular work-life friendly policies that you should consider adopting in your

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How to design a great employee experience: Tools and culture

In this article on designing a great employee experience, we go over best practices when it comes to the tools they use and company culture you build. If you haven’t already read our installation on onboarding and strategy, find some tips in our previous article. Designing an employee experience Tools Top performers bring many things

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How to design a great employee experience: Onboarding and strategy

Designing a great employee experience takes time, effort, and attention to every aspect of an employee’s journey. In this series, we’ll be breaking down some best practices for designing a great employee experience to enhance productivity, motivation, and retention. Designing an employee experience Onboarding Your employee’s journey begins even before they’ve been accepted into the

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HR Metrics: What you should be tracking

To manage a team effectively, you need to utilize data to recognize trends, identify best practices, and understand what isn’t working. Here are a few HR metrics you should be tracking and what they mean. HR metrics to track Cost per hire How much does it cost your business in time and money to hire

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Check all your boxes: How to conduct an exit interview

When someone tries to quit, it’s better to let them go instead of trying to convince them to stay. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t learn from their experience to improve your employee retention. Conduct an exit interview with every employee who leaves your organization–even the ones who didn’t leave voluntarily. It’s important to identify

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How to Work with Academics to Improve Your HR Department

Do you have questions within your HR department that you just don’t have the time or capacity to test and answer? Some of the questions could include when the best time to promote someone is, what is helping and hindering your retention rate, and how to improve your hiring process. You may not have the time

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Succession planning advice: Hire future leaders

Succession planning is something every manager and leader should keep in mind. It means you’re preparing for the future, setting up the company for continued success, and planning for any contingencies. Our best tip for succession planning: Hire future leaders in the first place. When you’re looking to fill job vacancies, view your candidates both

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