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Eight Common Hiring Biases to Be Mindful Of

Hiring bias is what stands in the way most of building a truly diverse team of professionals, and unfortunately, we are ALL guilty of unconsciously having a bias or two It is well documented how diverse hiring practices are fundamental to reaching business success, particularly how building a diverse workforce not only improves workplace culture but also fortifies employee engagement and helps increase revenue. Armed with this information, an increasing number of employers continue to place mor

Notable Examples of Employer Branding on Social Media

Using social media to highlight your qualities as an employer is a low-lift approach that can yield significant results, as attested by its being done by even the biggest brands Social media. It’s abhorred by few, adored by many, and used in one way, shape, or form by just about everyone. In fact, according to global creative agency We Are Social and social media management platform Hootsuite, there are 3.48 billion social media users in the world at the beginning of 2019, increasing by 9-perc

Popular Work Perks That Can Help Employees Deal With Traffic

Since flying cars and teleportation haven’t become viable options, consider offering your team ways that can help them limit the stress and time wasted from their daily commutes Like time spent and taxes paid, another “T” that is now almost synonymous with work is traffic. Slow commutes that are a common result of a heavy volume of vehicles is an unfortunate aspect of making a living these days and is no longer limited to drivers of ambulances, public utility vehicles, delivery trucks, and othe

Examples of Great EVP Statements From the World's Top Companies

An Employer Value Proposition statement, which represents why talent chooses one company over others, can be challenging to define. So don't be shy to take cues from some of the world’s successful companies when developing your own At its most basic, an Employee Value Proposition (EVP) statement describes what employees get in return for the skills, experience, and other competencies they bring to a company.  It summarizes the characteristics, benefits, and ways of working in an organization, a

Eight Common Hiring Biases to Be Mindful Of

Hiring bias is what stands in the way most of building a truly diverse team of professionals, and unfortunately, we are ALL guilty of unconsciously having a bias or two It is well documented how diverse hiring practices are fundamental to reaching business success, particularly how building a diverse workforce not only improves workplace culture but also fortifies employee engagement and helps increase revenue. Armed with this information, an increasing number of employers continue to place mor

Notable Examples of Employer Branding on Social Media

Using social media to highlight your qualities as an employer is a low-lift approach that can yield significant results, as attested by its being done by even the biggest brands Social media. It’s abhorred by few, adored by many, and used in one way, shape, or form by just about everyone. In fact, according to global creative agency We Are Social and social media management platform Hootsuite, there are 3.48 billion social media users in the world at the beginning of 2019, increasing by 9-perc

Popular Work Perks That Can Help Employees Deal With Traffic

Since flying cars and teleportation haven’t become viable options, consider offering your team ways that can help them limit the stress and time wasted from their daily commutes Like time spent and taxes paid, another “T” that is now almost synonymous with work is traffic. Slow commutes that are a common result of a heavy volume of vehicles is an unfortunate aspect of making a living these days and is no longer limited to drivers of ambulances, public utility vehicles, delivery trucks, and othe

Examples of Great EVP Statements From the World's Top Companies

An Employer Value Proposition statement, which represents why talent chooses one company over others, can be challenging to define. So don't be shy to take cues from some of the world’s successful companies when developing your own At its most basic, an Employee Value Proposition (EVP) statement describes what employees get in return for the skills, experience, and other competencies they bring to a company.  It summarizes the characteristics, benefits, and ways of working in an organization, a

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