Monthly Archives: June 2019

5 Fatal flaws of attracting talent

The global talent shortage is at a record high, with 45% of employers across the world finding it difficult to fill roles with the right people – but is the talent shortage really the problem? Millions of businesses are so busy trying to find talent, that they’ve neglected to attract it – adopting practices that,

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How and Why to Assess Core Values in Candidates

Value-based assessments have always been popular in organizations, but today, they’re more popular than ever. With even large-scale organizations like Southwest Airlines and Aegon adopting core-value based hiring, many businesses are wondering why and how they can do the same. Core values represent a candidate’s core beliefs relating to moral questions and answers. Most organizations

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How to Get Corporate Buy-In for Your HR Initiatives

Starting a new initiative in HR can dramatically change the face of an organization, either through improving hiring, streamlining payrolling, or making data more accessible and available. No matter what your initiative is, you likely need corporate buy-in, both from financial decision-makers and from the leaders who must serve as examples and first adopters of

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Top HR Books to Read This Year

Whether you’re working to improve yourself and your approach to HR, looking for ideas to implement into HR practices in your organization, or want to learn more about your industry, reading is an excellent way to do it. Human Resources is an incredibly popular subject, with thousands of books published year on using data and

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Certification Course on Gamified Leadership Effectiveness Training

Please join us on June 19-20 for our Certification Course on Gamified Leadership Effectiveness Training! For years now, behavioral scientists believed that there is a close link to playing digital games and leadership development – this is because of the intrinsic and extrinsic forms of motivation that they experience when playing these games. One feels

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