Red Branch Media has had a very exciting week! Check out some of our client wins and new developments.
This week in The #RedBranchWeekly:
- Complimentary Download: Hypertherm Success Study
- What If Your CEO Left Today?
- 5 Reasons Skype Just Isn’t Cutting it Anymore
- Gamification Wins in Employee Engagement
- It’s Vacation Time! What’s the Plan?
- Want Loyal Customers? Start with Your Employees
Do you want to keep up on our current work? Follow us on Twitter @RedBranch
Hypertherm has been very happy with their switch to GreenJobInterview. They have saved money, reduced their screening process time, and improved their employee engagement. Take a look at their case study!
Do you know what you would do if your CEO quit? In this article Maren Hogan talks about succession planning. Succession planning is that tricky part of a business that very often gets put on the back burner. If that is the case, it can have detrimental effects on a company. Most companies only get the importance of succession planning when it’s too late.
There are a lot of companies that are still using outdated technology and old practices. While some versions of Skype may be free and affordable it’s no longer ideal to have it part of your recruiting practice.
99.4% of employees expect to be recognized when they do good work.
Check out our infographic as to what we feel are the most effective ways to reward employees. To learn more, download our white paper on Effective Ways to Reward Employees
We need to ask are you rewarding your employees? Are you engaging with them daily? If so, what sort of tactics are you using? Herd Wisdom uses surveys to help HR leaders keep a pulse on the state of their employees. Rewarding them with either a short game to give them a short break or let them donate their results to a charity. By the way, their beta version is free right now!
Are you ready for the spring and summer vacation requests to come in? It’s that time of year and we are helping you get prepared! Take a look at this post to get a better understanding on what you should do to prepare.
It’s been the talk of the town lately. Companies are realizing that taking care of their employees will make them happier and in turn their customers will be taken care of. It’s pretty simple actually just like the title says start taking care of your employees and they will take care of your customers.