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For onboarding success, remember this mantra
By David Lee
If you want a successful onboarding process—one that inspires and engages—rather than leaves your new employees with “New Hire Remorse”, there’s an Onboarding Mantra you must never forget.
Global learning at your fingertips
By Lesley Rogan
Gaining formal qualifications to give you an edge should never be overlooked. Qualifications show potential employers that you have the same frame of reference as others in the field...
Building value through e-learning
By Drake Editorial Team
Workplace education and training has become a multi billion-dollar industry. As with any other investment, a commitment to training is directly related to the expected returns from each dollar invested.
Webinar recap: 5 ways to reduce your business risk with workplace health & safety programs
By Kathleen Collins
This post was created by Kathleen Collins as a followup to her webinar titled, "5 Ways to Reduce Your Business Risk with Workplace Health & Safety Programs...
Why employee well-being is the key to engagement and performance
By Towers Watson
The research says that benefits and compensation are not the most important drivers of engagement or wellbeing, but they are needed...
The pros and cons to outsourcing your HR functions
By Michelle Ganuelas
Outsourcing your HR can benefit your company tremendously but like any project, there may be some concerns that linger before you come to a decision.
Is your hiring process hurting your employer brand?
By David Lee
Are job applicants saying things like this about your organization to their friends and family? Do you know what job applicants are saying about you? Do you know what your job application and hiring process says about you as an employer?
By David Huggins
There’s a story about a man who bought a horse from a rancher. He asked if he could have a test ride and the rancher agreed.
Why most training fails
By Jim Clemmer
Most organizations use their training investments about as strategically as they deploy their office supplies spending. And the impact on customer satisfaction, cost containment or quality improvement is just as useless.