#RedBranchWeekly: Taking It Back to the Drawing Board

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Sometimes you just have to take it back to the drawing board. Whether it’s because you need to start fresh or revamp some old ideas, there’s nothing wrong with getting back to the basics. This week our clients gave some tips on just how to do so and where to start. Vitru gave us some tricks on how to take those old school management techniques and turn them into ones to use for the new generation. Broadbean let us know the importance of keeping up with metrics and why you should be surveying applicants on the effectiveness of your job advertisements. Finally, ClearCompany told us why we might need to take things back to the drawing board once again because employers have been wrong about what employees want. Need some more tips? Keep on scrolling to check out what the rest of clients had to say about taking things back to square one…

 

Old-School-ManagementVitru: Old School Management Tweaks for the New Generation

One would think with the number of Slack App downloads, every company in the world has adopted a new-gen management style. Open, collaborative and teamwork oriented organizations are en-trend but there is still a gap between the new worker generation and old-school management techniques. Check out these tips on how to close it…

Job-AdvertisementBroadbean: Why You Should Survey Applicants for Job Advertisement Effectiveness

Recruiting processes have a natural byproduct: metrics. If used properly, these metrics can improve recruitment effectiveness and efficiency. A simple way to analyze metrics in your recruiting function is job ads. How do you get this data though? Learn how…

Employees-WantClearCompany: Why Employers Are Wrong About What Employees Want

There’s long been a fight between what employers think employees want, and what employees actually want. It’s possibly the least fun game of cat and mouse in our known universe, and it’s consistently one that leads to problems at every step of the hiring process. Keep on reading to learn what it is that employees actually want…

Flexibility-ProgramReviewsnap: Should Your Company Invest in a Workplace Flexibility Program?

Whether your team is composed of a predominantly Millennial group, or there’s a mixture of generations, a work-life balance is necessary. The question is: how far should you take that balance? Many companies are working toward a more flexible program this year. See how you can find the right fit for your company…

WellnessThe Olson Group: The Next Level of Wellness: Removing Your Mental Block

In the increasingly sedentary lifestyle of the typical office employee, physical wellness is important. Unfortunately, many organizations truly only develop physical wellness programs as part of a complete wellness program. Many programs are leaving mental wellness behind. Check out if you’re including the right aspects into your program… 

Applicant-Tracking-SystemVisibility Software: A Quick Guide to Purchasing Your First Applicant Tracking System

When it comes to picking which applicant tracking system will fit your organization’s needs best, how do you decide? Every vendor will have reasons for why their ATS is simply the best for your team and what your organization needs, but that may not always be the case. Learn about what you should always be looking for in an ATS…

time-to-fillRecruiterbox: What Does Your Time-to-Fill Really Say?

What is your company’s current time-to-fill? How does it compare to the 27-day national average? Is it longer? Shorter? What’s your industry? How much money do you lose by not filling that position? There are countless questions that go into a metric like “time-to-fill”. Do you know what it says about your company though? Find out…

best-onboarding-programsClick Boarding: 3 Qualities the Best Onboarding Programs Have

It’s a pretty hefty claim to say “I have the best onboarding program.” It might be a fit for your company, but what about the candidates and new hires you bring to the team? If they are your ideal employee but they don’t do well during onboarding then you may not have the best onboarding program. See the qualities that all of the best ones have…

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