Author: Jori Hamilton

 

Attracting and Retaining Top Gen Z Talent

Attracting and Retaining Top Gen Z Talent
While millennials are still the largest section of the global workforce, Generation Z is coming up swiftly behind them. Businesses need to pay attention to this proportion of the population — they have a deep understanding of contemporary life, they are digital natives, and they have a tendency to be forward-thinking. Therefore, as a company [...] Read More

Helpful Advice for Managing a High-Performing Employee With a Bad Attitude

Helpful Advice for Managing a High-Performing Employee With a Bad Attitude
As a manager, you have to deal with all types of employees. From underperformers who are fun to be around to high-performing employees with a bad attitude. It’s easy enough to replace a low-performing, bad attitude employee with someone else. You’re not likely to miss them at all. But what will you do if you’re [...] Read More

The Current State and Future Trends Of Social Media Recruiting

The Current State and Future Trends Of Social  Media Recruiting
Social media recruiting is establishing itself as the go-to recruitment strategy for connecting with top talent. As difficult as it is in any recruitment process to attract quality candidates, companies are leaning more on this method to effectively sift through hundreds of applicants and create a pipeline of workers that fit their vision of an [...] Read More

How to Maintain Workplace Culture During Expansion

How to Maintain Workplace Culture During Expansion

Maintaining a unique company culture is a challenge that any business faces as they expand. For minority-owned businesses, this can be especially important, as they bring a unique cultural and social point of view to their work. But how do you maintain your employee and company culture when your business is expanding? Define Your Culture […]

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What Is Algorithm-Driven Hiring and Should Your Business Be Using It?

What Is Algorithm-Driven Hiring and Should Your Business Be Using It?
With the emergence of COVID-19, businesses are shifting wherever possible to remote work. Estimates predict that up to 56% of the U.S. workforce could be compatible with remote work. This represents an open world for recruiters no longer limited by geography. With a broader platform to seek out employees, recruiters must prepare themselves to process [...] Read More