Tag: "engagement"

#recruitment: How Social Media Changes Everything

The world of recruiting has now gone nearly 100 per cent digital with social media now considered the best way to dive into the world talent pool. Social media changes every aspect of the talent search. Here is why.

Social Media @ Work For HR

When LinkedIn was launched in 2003, few in HR could have predicted the role social media would come to play in the profession. In fact, few probably recognized the term “social media” in 2003.

How To Keep People First

Jim Lightbody, president and CEO of BCLC, was the recipient of the 2017 CPHR BC & Yukon Keeping People First: CEO Award. Here, he shares his people first philosophy and more.

Talent Management: Putting People First

Talent management is attracting a crowd. While usually delegated to HR, it is currently gaining visibility and sparking discussion about just what it encompasses, and who is best qualified to lead it.

Engagement Sapped by Common Mistakes: The Case of Uber and Amazon

The world of employee engagement has been experiencing new sounds and rhythms, where reciprocity and co-creativity are becoming the tunes of the day. In a digital workplace increasingly characterized by transparency, employees expect much more than a pay check and an annual satisfaction survey.

Building the HR Business Case: Communicating the ROI of Coaching Culture

Over the past decade or more, there’s been a world-wide revolution as organizations large and small have taken a stand for coaching as a vital HR strategy and business driver.

Josh Bersin Brings The Future of Work to “Level Up” HR Conference + Tradeshow

Keynote speaker Josh Bersin of Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP, shares research explaining the mandates for HR in the coming year.

Onboarding with Innovative Intent: A Tale of First Day Realities

Onboarding with Innovative Intent: A Tale of First Day Realities

You never get a second chance to make a first impression and first impressions are often difficult to change. Innovative onboarding should be a workplace norm, however, the reality is more divisive.