Sun.Jun 09, 2019

How to Have Tough and Courageous Conversations With Your Employees


Often the key to managing an employee is to have tough, but fair conversations with them. In this blog entry, Christina Attrah shares her top tips to starting and finishing these conversations. Building Culture Leading People SMEs Startups

Prepare For Negotiations Like a True Expert

Social Talent

Welcome to SocialTalent’s Live & Learn Series! Each week we gift you with a little bit of info that will help smoothen your recruitment process and expand your knowledge of your industry. With this Live & Learn series we promise to keep it: Short. Simple. Ready to use! Sound good to you?

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Employer Branding From a Senior Executive Perspective

Undercover Recruiter

There aren’t many people who haven’t heard of Indeed. You may have used them to help you find your next role or you may have used them to help recruit talent. Either way, they’re a huge employer across the world.

Overcoming Pitfalls: 5 Ways to Improve the Hiring Process


Companies should always be critical of their existing processes so they can identify areas for improvement. In this blog post, you’ll learn five common pitfalls companies can encounter during the hiring process and strategies to overcome them. Read More. Recruiting

How to Build a Competitive Benefits Package

An attractive benefits program can be a highly effective recruiting and retention tool. But to make benefits a competitive advantage, employers must get creative with their benefits strategy or risk losing out on the best talent. Learn how to build a benefits package that your employees will love.

Do we have a right to freedom of thought?

Jim Stroud

In the future, will we have the freedom to think as we like without fear of economic or judicial reprisals? I hope so. Yet, recent technological advances give me room to pause. In this episode, I discuss scientific advances that can literally read your mind and create pictures based on your thoughts. Intrigued? If so, … Continue reading Do we have a right to freedom of thought? The Jim Stroud Podcast