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Podcasts For Employee Training? Consider This

We’re all used to the fact that technology changes daily. And we know that a 20-year employee will learn in different ways than someone new to the workforce. But how is it possible to take advantage of those differences to update employee training?...

Employee Communication, Employee Training Resources

Why should my company use social media?

People are participating in social media because it provides a fast and easy way to stay connected to people and exchange information on virtually any topic. For organizations, social media can open lines of communication between employers and employ...

Employee Communication

Promote Positive Employee Engagement: Employee Benefits

Thoroughly and consistently explaining your benefits program, in a way that means both new and existing employees completely understand, can be a difficult undertaking. But properly communicating your benefits with employees can reinforce your employ...

Employee Communication, Employer of Choice

4 Steps To Positive Employee Engagement

It’s been proven that employee communications affect the bottom line. A study conducted by Watson Wyatt reported that a significant improvement in communication programs was associated with a 20% increase in market share and companies with high...

Employee Communication

After You Have Completed Your Employee Training Program

We can’t talk about updating training without touching on the results of that training. For upper management, “results” will be tied to the bottom line, but Human Resource professionals know that there is more to measure than just dollars. Reco...

Employee Communication, Employee Training Resources

Why You Should Conduct An Internal HR Audit

Conducting an internal audit may not top the list of things HR professionals look forward to doing, but the importance of reviewing HR practices should not be understated or ignored. Simply put, an HR audit can be the savior that keeps your company o...

Getting Creative With New Hire Orientation

An online resource, such as a website, that is regularly updated, and always accessible, is the best practice when it comes to information sharing. Incorporating interactive e-learning features into the website can also draw family and co-workers int...

Why Should My Company Use Social Media?

People are participating in social media because it provides a fast and easy way to stay connected to people and exchange information on virtually any topic. For organizations, social media can open lines of communication between employers and employ...

Employee Communication

A Shift In Thinking Concerning New Hire Orientation

Today’s most frequent complaints about new employee orientations play right into the concept of human capital – the employee is often left to sink or swim, or, in contrast, the orientation is overwhelming, boring, or simply, a chore. But the answ...

New-Hire Onboarding

The 5 Highly Contagious Employee Communication Illnesses

How to avoid the 5 most common diseases found in employee communications With so many avenues and styles of communication available, it can be hard to determine the best way for your message to reach your audience. We’ve noticed five highly infecti...

Employee Communication, Prevent Union Organizing

All Aboard Generation Y

I read a short article on CNN.com that was a good read if you just want to piss yourself off. Generation Y or really “Generation Me” apparently wants a high salary and plenty of vacation time right out of college. I hope somebody hires th...

Employee Communication, New-Hire Onboarding

Orientation & Retention

USA Today and CareerBuilder.com ran an online survey on the Quarterly Job Outlook. The findings were typical with “there is nothing good to report” because a positive spin would not be as headline grabbing as “Companies put the brak...

Employee Communication, New-Hire Onboarding

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