There is nothing better than working in a company with a good company culture. A positive culture can elevate employee enthusiasm and motivation, encourages better productivity, and overall leads to better company performance. On top of that, fostering a positive and healthy culture reflects positively on employee retention and the financial goals of your company.
After a surreal employee experience in 2020 and an uncertain one in 2021, everyone wants a better employee experience this year, especially HR professionals. In fact, according to research, more than 90% of employers plan to make ‘enhancing the employee experience’ a top priority. Many companies think they’re doing a great job at employee experience just by offering basic benefits like PTO and health insurance to their team. However, if you want to provide your employees with a great experience in the workplace, you must go above and beyond.
Finding the right people to fill positions can be challenging, especially when the people you’re looking for may not even be applying for the job. These are “passive candidates” or passive talent who aren’t actively job searching and, according to LinkedIn, now account for 70% of the global workforce. Since passive candidates make little to no effort to find employment, they are much tougher to identify. However, if hiring top talent is on your to-do list, then you need to be proactively searching for these candidates and engaging with the passive workforce. Here are a few ways your company can implement an effective recruitment strategy to target passive candidates.
Ramadan is here, and organizations all around the world have employees who have started to fast and observe the holy month. As some of your employees begin to fast from sunrise to sunset and take part in spiritual practices, their usual daily routine changes due to disrupted sleeping and meal times. With that said, it’s important to find ways to support them and help keep their motivation levels up during the entire month. Here are a few simple things you can do to support your Muslim employees this month and help them find a balance between their professional duties and religious requirements.
The work flexibility and dictating the hours are the two most lucrative things about working remotely. These, however, are not loved by everyone. Some people feel that the work-from-anywhere policies make them stressed as there’s no clear-cut boundary between work and relaxation or between work and exercise.
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