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8 Reasons why Investing in Employee Engagement is the Key to Achieving Business Objectives

Employee engagement isn’t just a buzzword anymore. From HR managers to employees, everyone is focused on this particular term, as it is related to the most important resource in any company - human resources. The higher the employee engagement, the higher rate of productivity and profitability in the company. These statistics by Forbes add credibility to the fact that engaged employees lead to the fulfillment of business objectives and company success.

From Surviving to Thriving: How to Create a Culture of Employee Recognition

Recognition and appreciation are two great 'chauffeurs' that constantly drive employees to give their best. A culture of recognition takes shape when organizations acknowledge employees for their outstanding and distinctive contributions that result in positive business results. Employees who feel appreciated and empowered make efforts that match the firm's aims. It results in a positive feedback loop that is both cooperative and grateful, and it helps the development of high-performance teams.

7 Reasons Why Every Company Should Appoint Chief Privacy Officer

One of a company's most precious assets in the digital world is its data. Many businesses, no matter how big or small, now collect, store, and analyze huge amounts of information on their customers, workers, and business operations. This data is essential for making smart choices, but it also poses serious privacy issues. Considering the prevalence of data breaches and cyber assaults, it is crucial for businesses to make protecting customer information a top priority.

The Importance of Company Culture in a Remote Tech Job Search

When you are looking for a new job, it’s easy to prioritize the quantifiables. How much will you make each year? What does their retirement package look like? How about paid time off? These are the factors that will impact your financial life the most.

The Long-Term Career Benefits of an MBA for Career Success and Satisfaction

Most people don’t want to go back to school. It’s hard. Expensive. And you! You’re a busy professional. Some days, you barely have time to brush your teeth. Getting a Masters's degree sounds outlandish and absurd. And yet, you know that getting your MBA can be a great way to ensure career advancement. Is it worth the hassle? In this article, we take a look at the long-term benefits of getting your MBA.

How Management Can Help Improve and Maintain Workplace Safety

Management has a big part to play in making sure workplaces are safe. They can support their employees by implementing easy-to-follow policies and procedures, encouraging staff participation, actively investigating accidents or potential hazards, and evaluating employee performance. Read on to learn more about how management can help improve and maintain workplace safety.

5 Ways to Get Better Applicants For Your Job Openings

Finding valuable employees is a challenging but rewarding task for every company. Good and devoted talents that put in the effort are the foundation of every successful company. Tech giants such as Amazon, Google, and Microsoft wouldn’t be as big as they are if they were hiring average and “good enough” employees. The problem with finding good workers is that it requires time and proficient recruiters. With a large increase in remote work, companies have even better chances of reaching experts worldwide. Another relief is that the internet offers many ways of hiring remotely.

How To Simplify Recruitment By Using These 7 Techniques

Companies concerned about the hiring process try to make it a fun and easy investment. However, it only takes a few tweaks to your hiring process to significantly impact your recruitment performance. Your business will only be as good as the people there. So if you want to be a competitive business, you need to move quickly and secure top talents during your hiring process. After all, one of the main reasons a hiring process fails is prolonged or not communicating with the candidate.

Detecting Red Flags During Your Remote Work Job Search

Remote work has become much more common since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. These days, many organizations have downsized their in-person workforces or at least offer employees some opportunities to work from home each week. For many people, the flexibility and convenience of working from home is a perk they can’t resist. If you’re thinking about joining the remote work movement, it’s important to realize that finding the right fit is just as important as it is when looking for a location-dependent job. You actually have to be even more careful since many “remote jobs” are actually scams designed to get free work or money out of you.

Using Innovative Approaches to Measure and Boost Employee Engagement and Productivity

Statistics say that only 15% of the world's one billion full-time workers are engaged at work. This is a staggeringly low percentage. It certainly sounds like employers are failing to keep their employees at their best capacity. Disengaged employees cost businesses a lot. It's something worth exploring and giving some extra thought to.