#RedBranchWeekly: 8 Secrets to Boost Your Organization’s Success

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Is there one secret out there that leads to success? That is terribly unlikely. But, there surely are multiple secrets to help you get there. This week we’re here to offer you just a few of them in order to boost the success of your organization. Virtu shared some secrets with us when it comes to hiring for cultural fit. We all know it increases productivity and can help you boost teamwork, but they let us know how to hire accordingly. Click Boarding let us in on a whopping 7 secrets that all successful onboarding programs know and you should too. The Olson Group jumped in with why we shouldn’t be revealing employee benefit costs. Need a few more secrets? Keep on scrolling to see what the rest of our clients were willing to give away…

 

Cultural-FitVitru: Hiring for Cultural Fit Doesn’t Mean You’re Hiring Friends

We hear it time and time again, hire for cultural fit, cultural fit increases productivity, etc…even stats like 67% of workers believe the most important aspect of a job was to have an employer with similar values all hammer in the concept. But what does cultural fit actually mean? Check out what it means to hire for cultural fit…

successful-onboarding-programsClick Boarding: 7 Secrets Only Successful Onboarding Programs Know

Onboarding is like a strategic game of chess, but instead of checkmate, you want your newly hired employees to acquiesce to company culture through an easy candidate experience. Other companies make advances towards your king, but you counter every move they make. Check out these 7 secrets to boost your onboarding success…

employee-benefit-costsThe Olson Group: Why You Shouldn’t Reveal Employee Benefit Costs

Many organizations feel it’s necessary to share the true cost of the benefits they offer to their employees. The movement towards transparency is a good thing and being clear and open about the benefits you offer is part of a transparent culture. But is sharing how much employee benefits cost with your team taboo like sharing paycheck information? See the answer…

Social-RecruitingBroadbean: Is Social Recruiting Hurting Your Mental Health?

As a recruiter, you can’t avoid social media for much longer, assuming you still are. Forty-three percent of recruiters use social networks like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to source, research and contact candidates. But could the use of these networks be hurting your mental health? Check it out…

Recommendation-Letter#FirstInHR: How to Screen Candidates Based Off Their Recommendation Letter

You’ve probably heard stories of people asking their former employers for letters of recommendation when they’re laid off. But when you’re on the recruiting side, what do you do with these letters? See just how to screen your candidates based off of these letters…

 

micromanagementClearCompany: How (and why) to Stop Micromanagement

No one likes an overbearing manager. They’re too imposing at work, too obsessed with perfection and making sure nothing goes wrong, and you can tell they’re only in the job for themselves. This can greatly damage productivity in the workplace. Learn just how to put an end to it…

Company-CultureReviewsnap: 7 Ways Companies Fail Big Time in Building Company Culture

What do you think of when you hear the term company culture? Is it the employee perks like free gym memberships? Monthly team lunches on the company dollar? While these do determine a small portion of what sets your organization apart from your competitors, it’s not everything. See what else should be part of your company culture as well…

train-your-teamVisibility Software: 4 Ways to Train Your Team for Better Time Management

The availability of Facebook updates, innumerable cat videos, and the fascinating GIF-based Buzzfeed articles have exacerbated the problem some organizations have with the company water cooler effect. It is, after all, fairly easy to get distracted during those particularly long work days. Learn how you can train your team to manage their time better…

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