There are many issues that HR managers deal with daily. However, the most challenging process is bringing employees on board. Although there […]
Each employee only gets to experience the first day on the job once, and an effective employee onboarding from that first day and through the weeks and months after can mean all the difference. Your onboarding process is very important, as it acclimates employees to their role, the company’s philosophies, and culture. It also engages employees, creating workers that are committed to your company’s success and helps retain new hires by making them feel like a member of the team.
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.
Assessing the performance of your recruitment funnel is crucial in order to ensure that your hiring process is running efficiently and that your company is on the right path to attracting the best talent. Your recruitment funnel is important as it’s comprised of all the stages that, active and passive, potential candidates go through before getting hired.
In recent years, workplaces have dramatically changed, and organizations around the world have adopted new ways of doing things. From learning to be more human-centric, bringing a stronger focus on empathy and well-being at work, to learning more about development and digital transformation. Needless to say, there’s a lot in store when it comes to emerging workplace trends, but some are more prevalent and essential for business success and output. Here are the top workplace trends you should look out for and adopt in 2022.
When the COVID-19 pandemic started in 2020, nearly every organization was forced into working remotely. As the pandemic began to subside, some […]