The time in between offer acceptance and a new employee's first day is critical. How they feel about the company structure, policies and culture will likely be heavily influenced during this time, which has huge implications for their potential retention rate. Luckily there are a few simple yet effective ways to ensure that new employees feel like they are part of the team before their name is even on the door.
There are far more social media platforms that can be used for recruiting than just LinkedIn. Learn about how to appropriately leverage different social media platforms. A successful social media strategy will keep your audience informed and give them a sense of what it would be like to work for your company.
Now that you know – or at least have an idea of – what company culture is, how it’s built, and why it is so important to a business, it’s time to show you some of the best ways of maintaining that culture.
It can be difficult to completely separate your personal and professional lives. It is important, after all, to be personable with those that you work with, in order to gain the necessary trust and amenability one expects when successfully working with others. However, being personable with others and getting personal through your actions are two different things entirely. Keep reading to learn some of the most commonly made mistakes that one can easily make that can put your job at risk.
Everything is shifting to social media, and that includes talent recruitment. Just as newspaper classified ads gave way to job boards, people are turning more and more to social media to fill vacancies and find new job opportunities. By crafting an effective social media strategy you can meet your audience where they already spend their time.
As technology continues to progress, hackers become more sophisticated and the threat of a cyber-attack increases, so you need to take measures to ensure your company’s, employees’, and clients’ information remains secure.
“In the annual PwC, CIO, and CSO survey of more than 9,600 global executives, 41 percent of US respondents had experienced one or more security incidents during the past year. And that number is rising. Respondents reported financial losses, intellectual property theft, reputational damage, fraud, and legal exposure, among other effects.” -"Cybersecurity: The new business priority"