How to Maximize Productivity with Fewer Meetings

How to Maximize Productivity with Fewer Meetings

Most work meetings go on for extended periods of time and don’t follow a set agenda. At worst, some managers call meetings simply to make themselves appear busy to executives and to give the appearance of moving a project forward. However, productivity can take a hit if employees spend more time talking about work than… Continue Reading

This Is How Employers Can Make the Most of Mobile Recruitment Apps

This Is How Employers Can Make the Most of Mobile Recruitment Apps

Studies show that more people are using their smartphones to apply for jobs, and this trend is not just limited to younger, tech-savvy job seekers. In fact, an Indeed Blog survey revealed that 78 percent of people in the U.S. said they would be willing to apply for a job from their phone. More than… Continue Reading

What You Need to Know about Binge Hiring

What You Need to Know about Binge Hiring

Trying to find the right balance can be a challenge when it comes to bringing new employees on board. Many companies feel the need to hire many people at once—and fast. Perhaps the company has accumulated several vacant positions because management put off hiring as employees left, hoping that the remaining staff would be able… Continue Reading

How to Use Experiential Interviewing to Make Better Hiring Choices

How to Use Experiential Interviewing to Make Better Hiring Choices

Human resources practices are always involving, and one of the most basic hiring tools—the interview—is undergoing a similar transformation. Many companies have been changing their recruitment and interviewing process from traditional interviews to experiential interviewing. Conventional job interviews follow a well-worn format—candidates know the responses recruiters want to hear and can rehearse the “right” answers.… Continue Reading

How to Discourage Employees from Coming to Work Sick

How to Discourage Employees from Coming to Work Sick

In today’s fast-paced office environment, work never seems to slow down and employees are under increasing pressure to remain productive. This could be why some employees continue to push themselves to come into the office, even when they become ill. Sick workers who don’t stay home are part of a phenomenon called presenteeism. The issue… Continue Reading