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.

Talent Intelligence: All You Need to Know

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The world we live in is exceedingly competitive. Businesses are under pressure both to survive and ultimately, to thrive. In order to exist and grow in a competitive environment, a business needs to capitalize on every possible advantage. Possessing quality...

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Developing Soft Skills Among Your Workforce

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Many prospective candidates will likely have the technical skills and expertise needed for the job for which they’re being considered. Soft skills, however, are another matter entirely. The challenge for modern business leaders is to help their teams combine their...

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The Small Business Owner’s Guide to Employee Benefits

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Organizations are characterized not only by how they treat their customers but their employees as well. Employees add significant value to brand perception, especially within the competitive job market. It goes without saying that in order to attract high-quality talent,...

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Virtual Reality and the Modern Workplace

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Virtual reality technology and its many applications are slowly but steadily making their way into the mainstream. Known as “VR” for short, it has evolved exponentially since its early days as a video game technology. In fact, in the same...

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The Return-to-Work Checklist for Employers

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Shelter-in-place orders are expiring across the country. Accordingly, business owners and managers need to start thinking about how they intend to reopen and return to work. That being the case, the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over. Simply announcing a...

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Helping Your Employees Adapt to Automation

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Automation is one of the defining characteristics of the 21st Century. Unfortunately (and understandably), many American workers remain wary of automation in the workplace. Many fear that it inevitably makes them obsolete, threatening their usefulness and marketability. Others view it...

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Setting up New Hires for Success in the First 90 Days

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New employees are the cornerstone of every workforce. It is virtually impossible for a modern business to have no employee turnover at all. As with anything contingent on interpersonal interaction, ambitious or otherwise restless professionals will continue to leave their...

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Internship Programs and Their Benefits to Employers

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Young workers make up a significant portion of the American workforce. However, they also tend to experience a higher unemployment rate than the rest of the workforce. With employers looking to hire veteran professionals, many business owners often overlook young...

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