Think onboarding begins on start day? Think again. An effective onboarding program should begin the minute your new employee accepts your offer. Follow these tips to get started. Read More
In this video, Dr. Ted Kinney and Dr. Alli Besl, take a look at the relationship between employee assessment length and applicant reactions. Read More
The Millennial generation presents a fascinating paradox.

They’re motivated by purpose-filled work, even though money is a huge concern. Thirty-six percent depend on financial support from family and 7 in 10 young workers don’t have enough saved to cover two months of living expenses, according Read More
Employee communication is a pre-requisite for improving employee engagement, which in turn helps the business. Use the tips here to improve communication. Read More
Unlike previous generations, that were looking for little more than steady pay and long-term employment, today’s employees are quick to switch workplaces if they don’t feel satisfied. Does this sound familiar? That’s because it’s a growing phenomenon some call the “Tinderization” of the workplace. Read More
Hiring mistakes cost you. A recent survey found that a bad hire can cost a company up to $17,000, not to mention reduced productivity, compromised work quality, negative employee morale, and wasted time. To get it right the first time, avoid these three incredibly common hiring blunders.
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A typical organization loses 5% of its annual revenue to employee fraud. Do you know what to do if it happens to you? David Maxfield, vice president of research with VitalSmarts and the author of four New York Times bestsellers, offers a step-by-step guide.
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Welcome to the third in our new Disruption Debate series, where we speak to leading industry experts to discover more about disruption in the L&D industry. In this post, Lars Hyland speaks to Ryan Tracey. Read More
All employee volunteers are not created equal. And it’s important to understand the distinctions if you want to elevate your participation rates in 2017. Read More
Trust is in jeopardy.

At least according to Edelman’s “Trust Barometer 2016,” which reports a breakdown in trust of institutions - especially government - by the public across the world. More specifically, it’s the masses that are most distrustful, as opposed to the “elite” informed public, and Read More

This Could Be One of the Most Underestimated Employee Benefits

What's more important than salaries at your small business? Small business owners and entrepreneurs sometimes believe they …
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Rahul Varshneya @rahulvarshneya Helps You Get Started

If you want to know what not to do when starting a business, Rahul Varshneya is your go to guy. Of course, he can also … More
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