#RedBranchWeekly: Creating the Ideal Work Environment

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What does an ideal work environment sound like to you? Plants everywhere? Fitness balls? Or a big mahogany desk? Setting a great environment can be what keeps you or your employees at a particular job. Our clients this week dropped some tips and tricks on just how to achieve this. Recruiterbox came straight out with it and told us how to achieve the ideal work environment for millennials. The Olson Group let us know how to better the work environment by improving employee benefits communication. Finally, ClearCompany brought on the compassion by telling us how to get the high performing recruits and maintain a compassionate environment. Need some more tips on the ideal work environment? Keep on scrolling…

 

Millennial-Work-EnvironmentRecruiterbox: The Ideal Millennial Work Environment

There are a number of things that guide millennials in the workplace. They want to be happier than their parents, find more purposeful work and work with better companies. Millennials want their companies to align with their values. But with all these desires, what does a millennial’s ideal work culture look like? Find out here…

 

 

Employee-Benefits-CommunicationThe Olson Group: 4 Steps to Improve Employee Benefit Communication

Benefits packages can determine whether a candidate decides to accept your job offer or your talent competitor’s job offer. So, how are you communicating your company’s employee benefits? Hardcopy manuals? Email? Read how to improve communication…

Recruiting-High-PerformersClearCompany: Recruiting High Performers: Compensation Out, Compassion In

Every company wants high performers. They’re more productive, highly driven, can save you money on hiring and, if you can keep them around long enough, they have the potential to do great things for your organization. But when it comes to attracting them are you doing things right? Check it out here…

Career-HappinessVitru: How Career Happiness Influences Your Health. Take a Peek:

Though times have changed, the sentiment still remains: careers have a massive effect on someone’s overall happiness and health. Whether it’s a perpetual nagging or simply a case of the Mondays, what does career satisfaction (or dissatisfaction) mean for you and your employees? Learn more about it here…

Performance-ReviewReviewsnap: Don’t Make These 5 Common Performance Review Mistakes

Performance reviews are naturally stressful, for both the manager and the employee. In fact, over 40% of employees dislike these reviews and an even higher percentage of HR professionals don’t like their systems. Obviously, something is already broken with the tech and the process itself. Check out these mistakes to avoid in your next performance review…

Employees-into-LeadersVisibility Software: How Can I Transform Employees Into Great Leaders? Glad You Asked!

Leadership is vital to every organization. Some employees strive to be leaders and others can care less. Whether you are trying to attract new candidates or set an example for your current employees, here’s why you should study leadership throughout the company…

Employee-Onboarding-ProcessClick Boarding: 5 Signs It’s Time for a New Employee Onboarding Process

Still on the fence about your new employee onboarding process? You shouldn’t be. Whether you haven’t created a formal onboarding process, haven’t looked at it for years or are getting mandates from senior leadership about changing the program, you need to act fast. Read these 5 signs indicating it’s time for a new onboarding process…

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