Aug 8, 2022
To fill open jobs, find people who are curious and love learning
Job candidates who demonstrate curiosity, a love of learning and grit are more valuable than those who check all the skills boxes, say recruiters.
Aug 5, 2022
From Zoom fatigue to Zoom absurdity: Why it’s time to draw the curtain on virtual social events
The virtual cocktail hour, yoga, master class was what we needed at the time to feel connected to colleagues and inject a bit of normalcy into our workday. But times have changed and we need to adapt accordingly.
Aug 4, 2022
How to engage new hires once the offer letter is signed
Those weeks between offer acceptance and onboarding have become a crucial time for employers to build excitement, lay the foundation for team relationships and continue branding themselves as an employer.
Aug 1, 2022
‘A lot of messiness’: Will hybrid working ever really work?
The global workforce is in a messy transition period as employers experiment with the best way to be flexible.
Jul 29, 2022
Should ERG leaders be paid for their extra work?
Many ERGs are sophisticated operations with dedicated budgets, strategy that impacts the business’ bottom line and work that has far-reaching outcomes on hiring and retention. Despite that, most ERG leaders aren’t compensated financially for the work they do outside their job responsibilities.
Jul 29, 2022
Diary of a Chief People Officer: ‘You can’t solve all the world’s problems, but you can support employees so they can thrive’
Mural, a collaboration software company, has employees outside HR conduct 'culture interviews' to make sure prospective candidates are the right fit.