Your corporate culture is a huge part of your employer brand. Many candidates place organizational culture at the forefront of their career decisions, right alongside compensation and professional growth. Leveraging a positive and inclusive culture that is conducive to professional, social, and operational growth can be a huge advantage to employers in attracting a better quality of talent as well as retaining the employees currently on their payroll. Explore resources that can help you make your workplace culture a key differentiating factor.

Quiet Quitting Is Taking Over: What Can Managers Do to Combat It?

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Among the various new trends sweeping the global employment market, quiet quitting is a particularly complex phenomenon. What’s worse, it can often be much harder to detect than traditional resignations. Centralized recruitment models typically include several pre-defined key performance indicators...

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4 Common Workplace Communication Problems and Ways to Fix Them

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Successful businesses aren’t just based on innovative ideas or unique business models. There are several other drivers of success, effective workplace communication among them. Unfortunately, the vast majority of workplaces tend to be inefficient at communication, mainly because communication is...

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Ensuring Workplace Inclusion for LGBTQ Employees

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Corporate America has played its part in the progress of LGBTQ rights as several companies are now making public gestures to become more inclusive. Two hundred and six major corporations signed the Amicus Brief advocating the decision of the supreme...

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