Recruitment and Retention

There are two key aspects to keeping a workplace staffed: recruitment and retention. It falls on HR in many cases to recruit and hire new employees when vacancies arise and it falls on HR to help create an environment that keeps current employees happy and content so they don’t leave and create more vacancies.

7 May
Retrain to Retain: Employee Engagement in Uncertain Times

It’s an old conundrum in business. “What if we train them and they leave?” versus “What if we don’t train […]

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31 Jan
2020: An Exciting Year for Video Communication

Video communication is the most effective way to deliver information to the hearts and minds of your staff and 2020 […]

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29 Jan
Employee Offboarding: How to Communicate with Departing Employees

Employee offboarding rarely gets the attention employee onboarding does, and that’s a huge mistake. A documented, formal offboarding process, even […]

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24 Jan
Tech Trends for HR Managers: The Year Ahead

HR managers are in the midst of a global revolution for the better. We’re currently experiencing the Fourth Industrial Revolution. […]

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19 Dec
How Non-Medical and Niche Employee Benefits Promote Productivity

When you stop and think about it, it’s not a big surprise that non-medical employee benefits keep employees happy. Nonetheless, […]

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4 Dec
HR Managers: Build a Working Relationship Between Recruiting and New-Hire Onboarding

To new workers in your organization, the employee recruiting and new-hire onboarding processes essentially merge into one long process. If […]

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