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How To Network Your Way To Your Next Job

December 21, 2015 in Career and Job Search Tips

 

Kinsa CareerEdge is a complementary career resource tool we offer to job seekers. The following article, How to Network Your Way to Your Next Job, is from the Kinsa CareerEdge library. Often the phrase of “networking” can be quite intimidating, especially when you’re talking about using it to find a new job. Let me assure […]

 

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7 Things To Know About Getting Referred For A Job

December 7, 2015 in Career and Job Search Tips

 

There is one thing you can do that increases your chances of being hired: getting referred for a job. Referred candidates are more likely to get hired, perform better and last longer in jobs. This is why companies, large and small, are investing in referral programs. It makes good business sense for them and for you. […]

 

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Are Annual Performance Appraisals Disappearing?

November 9, 2015 in HR Best Practices, News

 

The following article appeared in our parent company’s e-newsletter, HR Insights. Strategic Human Resources Inc. ponders this question and provides insight on delivering meaningful employee reviews.  In an article in The Washington Post, several major firms reported they were either eliminating or drastically revising their annual performance reviews.  While the cheers from employees and managers might be […]

 

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Perks Attract Employees – They Don’t Keep Them

October 26, 2015 in HR Best Practices

 

The following article appeared in our parent company’s e-newsletter, HR Insights. In it, HR writer Nicole Maddy provides compelling rationale on why perks attract employees but do not work as an employee retention tool. We have moved into a new era of employee benefits. While traditional employee benefits such as healthcare, PTO, and retirement matching […]

 

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Why Onboarding is Crucial to Retaining Employees

October 5, 2015 in HR Best Practices

 

Eric Magnussen, VP of Talent for a 5,200 employee organization, explains the benefits of a sound onboarding program to foster employee retention.  Imagine your first day on a new job. You arrive and no one is waiting to greet you or your HR representative is running late. When you do get started, you are asked […]

 

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3 Tips for Leading Average Performers to Workplace Success

September 21, 2015 in HR Best Practices

 

Charles Coy, senior director of analyst and community relations at Cornerstone OnDemand reports that 74 percent of the workforce are average performers, the ‘B Team’ who do their jobs competently. Here he provides three tips for leading average performers to achieve workplace success. In mid-August, a New York Times article about Amazon featured heated accounts from […]

 

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3 Tips To Make Your Company More Nimble

September 7, 2015 in HR Best Practices

 

Lisa Bonner helps global Fortune 500 companies solve organizational issues and manage major change. In this blog, she provides workplace innovation tips to make your organization more nimble. How long have you been working in corporate HR?  Years? Decades? Do you ever daydream about what it would be like to work for a sizzling start-up? […]

 

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Recruitment Marketing: Time to Put on That Marketing Hat

August 24, 2015 in HR Best Practices

 

Charles Coy, senior director of analyst and community relations at Cornerstone OnDemand says the transactional approach to recruiting and ‘spray and pray’ tactics no longer work. Instead, he says, HR Pros need to adopt a recruitment marketing approach – aka ‘put on their marketing hat’ – and think like a marketer when it comes to attracting […]

 

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Onboarding: You Get What You Give

August 10, 2015 in HR Best Practices

 

Robin Throckmorton, MA, SPHR and President of Strategic HR, Inc. provides prospective on onboarding and how it starts with the recruitment process. Consider this: Turnover averages about 17% per month for the first three months (including as much as 16% in the first week) 81% of those who leave are entry level / intermediate level; […]

 

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