#RedBranchWeekly: 8 Tips to Increase Morale in the Workplace

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Having trouble boosting morale around the office? This edition of the Red Branch Weekly is full of expert tips on just how you can increase morale in the workplace. Reviewsnap led with why you shouldn’t veer away from basing compensation in the workplace off of performance. Have some extroverts in the office? Vitru gave some best practices on how to manage them and boost their morale. The Olson Group gave us some insight on how to reduce the stress your employees are facing by starting a financial wellness program in the workplace. Need the other 5 tips? Keep on scrolling…

 

CompensationReviewsnap: Why Compensation Needs to Be Based on Performance

At most companies, compensation is based on performance. If an employee shows that they’re worth their salary and more, they get a raise. Recently, however, there’s been a shift in thinking about the nature of pay-for-performance models, and some companies have tried to veer away from them. Learn why this shouldn’t be the case…

 

managing-extrovertsVitru: The Myth of Extroversion: Managing the Marvelous!

While people used to think introverts made terrible employees, today we know that’s a myth. Read the best ways to manage these extroverted individuals…

 

financial-wellness-programThe Olson Group: Start a Financial Wellness Program to Reduce Employee Stress

While it’s not necessarily your concern, an employee’s personal life can affect their professional performance. Despite the separation between the team’s personal and professional matters, you have the ability to strengthen their financial wellness so your workforce is more engaged while in the office. The personal financial wellness of your workforce matters, and you can help them overcome this individual struggle with financial planning support. Learn the best ways to help employees…

video-interviewingClearCompany: 5 Reasons Compliance Is Easier With Video Interviewing

In Human Resources, we’re constantly managing risk. New technologies, while they introduce convenience into our lives, can often bring worries of compliance, new risks and fear that our highly protected employee information could be misused or mismanaged. This isn’t the case when it comes to video interviewing. Read more…

Millennial-MobilityiRevü: Millennials Demand Mobility: Here’s How to Give It to Them

The Millennial generation has surpassed Gen X and the Baby Boomers in the American workforce in numbers, and with that comes needed change to the way we work. A demand for mobility is evident from this mobile generation and it’s more comprehensive than you may think. Here’s how you can make that happen…

candidate-rejects-your-offerVisibility Software: The Next Step After Your Candidate Rejects Your Offer

Some candidates will buzz through the applicant tracking system, nail interviews and fit into your culture seamlessly. But it doesn’t always turn out that way; sometimes a candidate rejects your offer. What should companies do when great candidates decide they would be a better fit elsewhere? Learn what to do when this happens…

talent-pipelineClick Boarding: Stop Stress With a Strong Talent Pipeline

Nothing halts the job of HR professionals and recruiters like a lack of a strong talent pipeline. It’s hard to recruit when there is no talent pool to recruit from. However, blame not the talent, but the stale pipeline strategies that have been used over and over again. Keep reading to learn great strategies…

 

employee-referral-program1Recruiterbox: 4 Reasons Why an Employee Referral Program May be Your Best Recruiting Tool

Employee referral programs are gaining in popularity and for good reason. Referrals have been shown to reduce the time to hire by almost 50% compared to candidates who come from a company’s careers site. Check out why employee referrals are your best recruiting tool…

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