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All too often, we share "HR horror stories" and malign our staff who choose to leave our organizations. We treat their departures like it's scandalous news in a tabloid. It isn’t healthy, and it makes talent advisors wary of the end of the employee life cycle. Turnover is natural. Turnover is an occurrence. Turnover has a financial implication, of course, but there's also an emotional component that all talent advisors must consider.
Time’s running out to register for EMPOWER 2015 in Chicago– CareerBuilder’s talent acquisition event featuring all-star speakers, dynamic workshops, and a plethora of ideas for creating the future of recruitment. Here’s a taste:
The Staffing and Recruiting session will feature the latest research, industry trends and a panel of esteemed speakers. Industry experts, including founder and CEO of Inavero, Eric Gregg and president & CEO of American Staffing Association Richard Wahlquist will provide insight into staffing market trends and give ideas to take back and share with others.
As I come to the end of the second year of a complex merger at my own organisation, here are the things I've observed make a real difference in a company's ability to retain great workers.
It’s no secret that our phones and digital devices keep us entertained for hours–whether at work or at home. Many of us check our work email from home computers, or use work devices for browsing social media. But as more of our personal devices and identities play a role in our professional lives, it’s becoming even more important to employees that companies are able to ensure the safety and security of their devices and data.
Nowadays, potential candidates have more and more opportunities to check employers’ reputations. Potential candidates can use their social networks to glean information about employers. They can also rely on rating websites that are specifically designed to inform people about the attractiveness of various workplaces. For employers, this raises the question of how important it is to maintain a good reputation, and a good online reputation, in particular.
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