Who is on the bus and does it have a seating chart?

People on a bus

Picking up on our October article by Kevin O’Connor, The Real Cost of Employee Turnover, Kevin alludes to making sure the right people are on the bus and fostering the desired culture, but some organizations aren’t even sure if they have a bus, an RV or a taxi, much less if the right people are… Read more »

Ghosting Causes You to Lose Out on Top Talent

Let’s talk about ghosting. An appropriate topic for October, but I’m not talking about the decorations at your local Halloween store. Ghosting is an unfortunate dating term that’s been creeping into the working world. This term is typically used when two people go on a date and then one party just vanishes and cuts off… Read more »

5 Tips for Aligning Your Team to Your Company’s New Goals

Setting new goals is an exciting and inspiring exercise for a company. But making sure you have buy-in and alignment from your team to help you achieve those goals is critical to their success. It’s not always easy to get everyone on board, especially if you don’t tackle alignment as a goal in and of… Read more »

Are Your Business’s Online Reviews Scaring Away Qualified Candidates?

Just as it’s important for candidates to have a strong online presence, employers too must pay attention to their digital brand to make sure they are attracting the best of the best. What past employees or even customers are saying about your company can make a big difference in terms of who applies for your… Read more »

Are Negative Attitudes Ruining Your Workplace Culture? Here’s How to Fix It!

Even just one bad apple can ruin the bunch. You’ve probably been there before. The unhappiness or negativity of one employee can make things difficult for the entire team. Workplace toxicity is a real problem, and if negative attitudes are ruining your workplace culture, there are several steps you can take to intervene. Today’s article… Read more »

How to Attract Candidates Who Aren’t Currently Looking For a Job

Passive candidates can be a strong choice for employers looking for employees who are experienced, in demand and able to ramp up quickly. But they can be a challenge to recruit. The benefits of looking at both active candidates and passive candidates are clear, as you are able to broaden your scope and even generate… Read more »

Why a Bad Hire Could Be Bad News For Your Business

Recruitment and hiring unavoidably cost companies a substantial amount of money. Reducing turnover and retaining talent is a common goal for many employers. But occasionally even the most experienced hiring managers onboard someone who they may come to regret hiring. A bad hire can be someone who is not as experienced or qualified, as they… Read more »