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BY: CHRIS VISCOUNT According to an HBR study, the second biggest influence on a company’s success is effective employee communications. We can see this fact in action in mainstream media: Elon Musk’s tweet about taking Tesla private was followed by a leaked memo to staff that explained his statements and what they meant for the Tesla workforce. Earlier this year, Google employees protested the company’s decision to work with the Pentagon, a project that many felt had not been accurately communicated beforehand.
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BY:AIDA FAZYLOVA Increasingly more recruiters are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) to save time, hire better candidates, and keep recruiting costsdown. But while many recruiters are familiar with AI’s basic functions, they don’t often realize the fullest potential of chatbots and other automated recruiting solutions. How can your company leverage AI to further streamline your recruiting process? Try these five tips: 1. Start a Conversation While many recruiters already use AI chatbots to start conversations with interested candidates, there&rsq
BY: SARA POLLOCK Millennials — perpetually glued to their phones and always posting everything to social media, right? Maybe, but they’re not the only ones who love their smartphones. Seventy-five percent of US adults use a smartphone, and number of cellphone users around the world is expected to surpass the 5 billion mark by 2019. What you may not realize is that heavy smartphone usage presents an opportunity to savvy recruiters. Emerging technologies are allowing recruiters to contact candidates where it matters most: via text messagin
BY: MAREN HOGAN Even in the world of B2B, a good offer holds incredible sales and marketing power. While special offers are ubiquitous in all sales and marketing verticals, the types of offers that work well in B2B are slightly different from those that work in B2C. Here four types of offers to consider for more effective B2B marketing: 1. The Time-Based Offer The time-based offer is a QVC mainstay. If something is only available for a limited time, people will be more likely to want it. This is especially true if you’re offering a special price, as peop
BY: DAVID KARANDISH The HR industry is stuck in a cycle of questions and answers — identical questions asked again and again by an ever-evolving body of employees. HR executives are the knowledge gatekeepers of any organization. They answer the endless emails, Slack messages, and on-the-fly questions team members have about information they can’t easily find — benefits packages, new team member onboarding materials, PTO, etc. However, with each question asked and answered, team members and the HR specialists on whom they rely are taken off course, which takes&n
BY: ANNA JOHANSSON It’s best to think of the recruiting process like a funnel. At the top, a pool of applicants floods in. The flow is narrowed over time as applicants are screened and rejected until, at the end, one candidate emerges from the funnel to receive a job offer. But the recruiting funnel doesn’t always work at maximum efficiency. Stoppages can arise at any point in the funnel, and it can be hard to tell where and what the problem is. Knowing how to diagnose and fix a broken recruiting funnel is the only way to ensure your talent strategy y
BY: JASON MCDOWELL So you want to be a CEO? CEOs come from a wide variety of backgrounds, educational tracks, and career paths. That makes it difficult to plan a career track that leads to the head of the boardroom table. With constantly shifting corporate priorities, brand elements, and culture factors, it can be hard to imagine what a company will require of its CEO in a decade or two. That doesn’t mean we can’t make educated guesses. New research from LinkedIn explores the profiles of 12,000 CEOs, analyzing their career paths to see how they ended up
BY: JASON MCDOWELL If you push your workers too hard, you’ll drive them right into a slump. Burnout is real, and companies that fail to embrace employee wellness will suffer from increased employee absences, high healthcare costs, high turnover, and lowered productivity. Some companies are trying to address burnout with cool perks, such as in-house massages or free healthy food and gym memberships. While valuable, these benefits may not go deep enough to address underlying issues that cause stress and frustration at work. Even a short, focused wellness intervention in the wo
BY: JAZMIN AGUILAR You’ve fixed up your resume, submitted an application, and landed an interview for a dream job — and you deserve some congratulations! As any job seeker knows, just getting through the screening process is a huge deal. Now, it’s time to prepare for the interview. As you research the company and map your route to the office, don’t forget to spend some time choosing what you’ll wear. No matter what your prospective job entails, you should dress neatly and professionally for the interview. Don’t forget to ac