Tag: "recruitment"

The Mindset of Work/Life Balance?

There is a lot of talk today about HR’s strategic goal to provide a more balanced work/life environment for employees. Why has that become so important in today’s work place? Are the days of expecting the job to come first really over?

Welcome to The 2020 Workplace: Attract, Develop and Keep Top Talent

Across every industry, information has been democratized, and today’s employees now expect access to it in order to contribute fully and effectively. However, when we look at the majority of organizations, all of this valuable and relevant activity is happening outside of the organization, and the needs of employees are far surpassing the abilities of the organization to provide for them.

CEO TalkBack: Leadership Learning to ‘Like’ Social Media

Last month I was at an executive coaching conference and in between sessions the majority of people quickly grabbed their phones and started tapping away. I am not sure what exactly they were doing. Email? Instagram? LinkedIn? Snap chat? Text? I had no idea. When I got back to my hotel room and checked the hashtag for the conference on Twitter, and the conference group on LinkedIn, my social media feeds erupted. Pretty much every minute of the conference was available to me, including play-by-plays of the moments I missed. The point is—social media is everywhere.

#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.

Smart Hires Lead the Way for Learning Cultures

Learning cultures within organizations are becoming a standard job expectation as job seekers weigh their options when saying yes to an employment offer. In an increasingly competitive marketplace of dynamic talent, such cultures have become requisite for sustainable success.

Diversity Key Driver in Global Marketplace

A strong culture that supports diversity is vital to any organization’s ability to compete effectively in today’s global economy.

Immigrant Recruitment in Canada: A Truly Competitive Platform Needed

Should hiring practices be updated for the sake of update or based on fairness and equality?