This Job Crunch is our Least Favorite Form of Exercise

Fistful of Talent

The post This Job Crunch is our Least Favorite Form of Exercise appeared first on Fistful of Talent. Have you heard? For four straight months this year, the number of open jobs outnumbered the people out of work in the U.S.

How Procore Scaled Their Company Culture Along With the Business

Glassdoor for Employers

Building a great company culture is hard — but maintaining that culture over the years, all the while undergoing hypergrowth, is even harder. In Glassdoor reviews, employees rave about the culture.

9 Assessment centre exercises & practical steps to select the right combination

AssessHub - Hiring

As an HR practitioner, making an assessment centre successfully work for you is all about the process: proper selection of the right combination of tools, techniques & exercises to test skills which may otherwise not be assessable through traditional methods. Group-based exercises.

How to Scan for a Cultural Fit

Glassdoor for Employers

Scanning for a culture fit. At Glassdoor, scanning for a culture fit is a huge part of our interview process. What do we mean by “culture fit”? Here are a few suggestions to scan for a culture fit in your interview process: Incorporate a group interview loop.

Employee Culture And Corporate Job Fit – Buzzwords Or Reality?

ExactHire Recruiting

One way to ensure a consistent customer service experience is to have a recruitment process that takes into consideration how well candidates may be able to successfully assimilate into your company culture as a part of the selection cycle. Or are employee culture and job fit just buzzwords?

How Office Culture Should Influence Recruitment

AkkenCloud

Organizational Culture: “The values and behaviors that contribute to the unique social and psychological environment of an organization.” — Business Dictionary. An anthropology cliché tells us that culture is to humans what water is to fish. Your workplace most definitely has a culture.

How to Screen Candidates for Culture Fit

Recruiterbox

Hiring for cultural fit has become a praised and controversial topic throughout the years. And still others question whether “culture” even exists. Do keep in mind, though, that hiring for cultural fit needn’t – and shouldn’t – mean building a workforce of indistinguishable robots.

Fit Happens: How To Hack Hiring For Culture.

Recruiting Daily

Company culture, supposedly the end-all be-all of recruitment marketing and employer branding, the single most critical competitive differentiator when it comes to attracting and hiring top talent, is one concept we all agree is important. There’s No Accounting for Culture.

The Fit Bit: Does Hiring For Culture Fit Matter More Than Recruiting For Skills?

Recruiting Daily

Unlike many HR centered constructs, there is actually a clearly established business case for creating a strong organizational culture, and that hiring for culture fit has a direct impact on a company’s performance and bottom line results. Cultural Bias?

Culture Capture Can Kill Your Company

Right Recruiting

We’ve visited most of those clients and have grown to understand their business models and cultures. Company culture is a common topic. Candidates ask, “does your client have a good culture?” Clients also always want a good cultural fit. These questions are important, and we try to both understand our clients’ cultures and accurately express that culture to potential candidates. Since culture is subjective, it’s a difficult concept to precisely describe.

How to Identify Employees that Will Fit Your Company Culture

Rezoomo

Vetting potential hires and testing for cultural fit can improve employee satisfaction, engagement, and retention, and one recent survey of employers found that 67 percent view a candidate’s cultural as ‘very important’ in the hiring process. One in five also said that they wouldn’t hire a candidate that wasn’t the right cultural fit for their organization. But although a cultural fit in the workplace is associated with positive outcomes, it can also be difficult to define.

Work Human: Building A Company Culture of Collaborators.

Recruiting Daily

What I discovered were a lot of people with a particular passion for driving culture change and making their workplaces work better. Building A Culture of Contributors. Work Human: Changing Culture, Changing Values and Changing Minds.

Cultivating a Culture of Belonging at 33Across

PowerToFly

You can't realize the full benefits of diversity without cultivating a culture of belonging. At PowerToFly, we work with a lot of companies that want to ramp up their D&I efforts, but hearing about a company that has a true culture of belonging is rare.

The Winning Recipe for Company Culture with HubSpot

Glassdoor for Employers

For many employees, it boils down to the culture—and in a candidate-driven market, culture might be all it takes to differentiate your company from another. According to Deloitte , “culture and engagement” was cited as top challenge by 87% of HR leaders around the world. Companies that get their culture right and communicate it both within and without the organization have an easier time filling positions and keeping employees happy. The Company Culture Cookbook.

How to Create a Playful Company Culture (Hint: It Doesn’t Involve Ping-Pong Tables)

Linkedin Talent Blog

More recently, Jill and the team at Playworks launched a corporate consulting group, Workswell, focused on leveraging play, storytelling and design thinking as tools for intentionally building healthy workplace culture. Improve performance reviews with a simple card-sorting exercise.

Lead Poisoning: How Toxic Managers Kill Company Culture.

Recruiting Daily

Company Culture Fit & Opportunity Cost. This is not an easy question to answer, particularly given the fact that this exercise is not only inherently subjective, but completely dependant on the expectations, styles and experience of the team they’re expected to manage.

Combat Employee Apathy by Improving Workplace Culture

Harger Howe Recruitment

Improving workplace culture is one of the best ways to maximize employee engagement. You can also offer programs within your company that promote a healthy balance such as exercise options, increased paid time off and more. recruitment employee retention workplace culture

5 Ways to Build a Better Culture on a Budget

Jobvite

When you think of company culture, many think of massive companies like Google or Facebook, where employees have their pick of fun gadgets, free food, and guest speakers. But culture is every bit as essential for small businesses, if not more so. Blog culture

How to Encourage Employees to Get (& Stay) Fit

Glassdoor for Employers

Wellness is central to our culture of collective responsibility at Health Catalyst. Employee Engagement exercise fitness get fit health catalyst stay fit working outBreaking new ground in employee health and wellness requires looking beyond the status quo, and being willing to take a few risks. That insight, and where it led us, is one of the chief reasons Glassdoor selected my company, Health Catalyst , one of their Best Places to Work in 2016.

To Support Mental Health, Let Employees Walk out the Door.

Fistful of Talent

New research from the Journal of Psychology shows you only need a small amount of exercise to decrease depression. And this same research shows exercising for fifteen minutes at night doesn’t impact sleep. Do you know what really makes my heart hurt?

How to Run (and Survive!) a Recruitment Christmas Party

FireFish Software

Your recruitment agency Christmas party isn’t just a party – it’s a exercise in company bonding too! Agency Management CultureWhether you’re planning an in-house office Christmas party this year or taking the festivities out on the town, you need to plan for success.

Authentic Employee Engagement: Create the Company Culture Millennials Crave

Personiv

Millennials are changing the face of what it means to have an engaged workplace culture— and they are doing it for the better. As the workforce gets younger, companies are learning to adapt to provide more than just lip service to work-life balance, company culture , and career opportunities.

The Four Things You Must Do to Have a Healthy Culture

TeamBuilderSearch

But something that is equally important–but which can be equally tricky–is building and maintaining a healthy organizational culture. What is a healthy organizational culture? Many organizations do not even define their culture, which can make expectations murky and lead to dissatisfaction and even confusion among team members. This is why it is important to explicitly define and maintain a healthy organizational culture at all levels.

How to Build an Employee Wellness Program from the Ground Up

JazzHR

Combine that with lower annual healthcare costs and there’s a strong business case to be made for improving workplace health and making exercise a priority. The end goal is to create a culture of health, with company support for health choices and activities.

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3 disruptive tactics to overhaul your candidate experience

JazzHR

What types of personalities fit well in the established culture? This kind of exercise can be very helpful for HR managers who want to update job descriptions and make their hiring process more efficient.

Diversity of Thought in Recruiting

The Whiteboard

Don’t get me wrong, I thoroughly enjoyed my time there, but the corporate culture of “fitting in” and “toeing the company line” was ever-present there, and voicing opinions of doing things differently was positively scowled upon.

Is Values-Based Leadership Right for Your Company?

JazzHR

To be truly successful, some organizations believe that they must adopt core values that support their mission and vision, shape their culture, and embody their identity. Easier to hire for cultural fit, or are you potentially missing out? Culture

5 Elements to a Killer Job Ad

ERE

Recruiters should have fun with this exercise of creating an announcement for opportunity, while telling a story about the company culture. Despite the rapidly changing climate of online job searches, the job ad remains a valuable resource to recruiters.

Is This The Secret To Boosting Workplace Productivity?

Good.co

Exercise. In fact, a study by the University of Stockholm shows that exercise can help to not only strengthen the body but also the mind and is well worth the time spent working out. How does exercise benefit the employer as well as the employee?

The Benefits of Flexible Work Arrangements

Recruiting Daily Advisor

69% thought it would increase the frequency they exercised. Corporate Culture Recruiting News Salary & Benefits Flexible Schedules

Leveraging Paid Volunteer Opportunities to Attract Gen Z and Millennials

Recruiting Daily Advisor

When they’re able to help others by exercising their individual skill sets, they feel more empowered to continue to do more and learn more about what they can accomplish in the world and at your organization. Employees Will Inspire a Company Culture of Inclusion.

5 Surprising Ways Your Recruitment Process and Culture Might Be Biased Against Women

Linkedin Talent Blog

At the end of the month, or when you reach a certain amount, you can put the proceeds to good use--like taking everyone on a team-building exercise, or donating it to charity. Let me tell you about one of the worst interviews I’ve ever had.

When is What Employees Discuss with HR Confidential?

Fistful of Talent

It’s up to us to understand the policies and laws, exercise discretion, and use smart judgment. Bad HR Business Development Career Paths Communication Culture Employee Communications employee experience Employment Law HR complaints confidential HR Coach Mediator sensitive information

Move Over Millennials – Brace Yourself for EVERYONE’S Opinion on Gen Z

Fistful of Talent

They have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for elders and love chatter in place of exercise.”. Corey Burns Culture Diversity Generations Hiring Bias ageism Gen Y Gen Z millennials“The children now love luxury. Let’s be clear, this is not my quote! You’ll be surprised to know that this was written by Aristotle, an ancient Greek philosopher, around 350 BCE.

Tell Me About A Time When You Didn’t Suck at Interviewing.

Snark Attack

At its core, recruiting is more or less an exercise in making a good first impression; from the 6-8 seconds the average recruiter (if such a thing exists) spends reviewing a resume to the reported 35 seconds job seekers spend, on average, reading an online job description, making an immediate impact is imperative for both […]. OpEd candidate experience company culture confirmation bias interviewing matt charney repurposed crap

Communicate your company’s leadership style using stories

Stories Incorporated

Want to create a thriving culture? While traditional leadership generally involves the accumulation and exercise of power by one at the ‘top of the pyramid,” servant leadership is different. Bringing abstract cultural concepts to life. Focus on the employee experience.

The epidemic of being busy

Linkup

When you’re exercising, you’re thinking about the grocery list. We live in a culture that makes us think it’s normal to feel that way, and furthermore, if you don’t you’re not doing enough. You wake before sunrise to grab some coffee and check email.