For a successful business, one needs skilled employees who have the capability to take the business forward. But, often the question is - how to compete with big brands while recruiting? Here are three strategies to answer this question.
What if your company starts losing its best talents, your employees gradually become disengaged. No company culture exists anymore. Hiring becomes so difficult that you are losing a significant amount each year. Sounds dreadful right? This imaginary situation can become your reality if you are still ignoring your employer brand.
A negative Glassdoor review can rob your company’s reputation and if it's fake, the loss is inevitable. A report by LinkedIn states that the cost per hire is 2 times lower for companies with strong employer brands. Positive reviews increase the pool of talent considering your organization and attract better candidates.
If you are an HR Manager who has just got an email from the CEO about the negative Glassdoor reviews badmouthing your company culture and the CEO. And now you are overly anxious and worried about how to respond to those reviews. You are at the right place.
Remote employer brand is about where your remote employees stand in your company culture and what you have to offer your remote employees. If you are CEO or HR manager worried about your remote employer branding. Then this guide is for you.
Are you finding it difficult to find someone who will fit in with how your team works on top of having the right capabilities? If it’s a yes. You are at the right place. Read the basics of hiring culture fit employees while hiring remotely.
Have you found the perfect model for smooth and effortless communication for interacting with and managing remote employees? Do you find it difficult to overcome timezone differences? Scroll down to get a detailed solution.
Businesses globally are trying out new solutions and continuously improvising to make remote work easy and manage remote teams better. Learn how you can keep employees motivated and productive when working remotely.
If you are an HR manager who believes in One on Ones, read on. Whether you want to begin rolling them out, build a sustainable culture or just want your managers to have more effective ones, this is for you.