Company Culture Tag

We know that competitive pay and good benefits factor into an employees decision to work for a company but it takes far more than a good paycheck to retain a quality employee. An employees desire and will to work is heavily influenced by the environment...

A workplace seating chart can be the key to how happy an employee is while working for a company. Where an employee sits can define the way they feel and perform at work. Although research has shown that as a whole people are more satisfied with...

All companies have one thing in common, they all need to have employees in order to operate but more than that they need top talent employees to make their business successful. When company leaders see their best performers achieving company goals, they wish they could...

Recruitment, one of the most important yet tedious and time-consuming tasks within an organization. From creating an appropriate job description, advertising, sifting through resumes, conducting interviews, and screening candidates - whether you're growing or filling a position, there are a lot of components to keep...

For the most part, many individuals have the desire to excel in their career but sometimes that can be hard when opportunities aren’t given. Many individuals find themselves apart of companies that claim to promote from within but when it comes down to it they...

Millennials have changed the way we work for the better. Going to work has become much more than simply showing up, sitting behind a computer screen, and reporting to a supervisor. Today's generation is a lot more collaborative and engaged in their work environment than...

The hiring process can be mentally draining when there is a difficult process for finding the right candidate. From sifting through resumes to interviewing potential candidates, the process takes a lot of time and resources. After the vetting and interview process is complete the chosen...

There is always a lot of talk about the importance of employee engagement and employee experience, but what do those two terms actually mean? Do they both matter? How do they play a role in your organization? Employee engagement is defined as the emotional commitment...

Employee turnover sets your organization back and affects bottom-line results. As if finding top talent wasn’t hard enough, retaining and reducing employee turnover is even harder especially after putting the time, effort, and investment to hire. Employees are the forefront of a company, be it...

Employee engagement most often represents the level of enthusiasm and connection employees have with their job. It’s been proven that employees who are happy with their jobs are more inclined to be engaged and productive in their work. Whether your a mid-size or enterprise level...