Our monthly update - carefully selected & neatly compiled - of everything you should know and read about the wonderful world of talent, leadership & organizations.
Another International Women’s Day went by this month and yet we’re still talking about how to achieve more gender diversity in the workplace. The good news is: Diversity pays off - plenty of studies have proven that by now. And the other good news is: There are concrete measures that can be taken to achieve it!
And speaking of gender diversity in the workplace: A new study has shown that the kind of network you need in order to be successful will differ significantly depending on your gender. And, no surprises there, you need to put in a lot more (net)work if you’re a woman.
For a trade that has the human at its very center (it’s not called human resources for nothing), recruitment can be quite the business-, numbers- and ego-driven industry. None of which is necessarily a bad thing. But there is also a case for having humility in recruitment.
You have a high-performing A Player in your organization? Excellent! You want to keep her? Of course! Then read closely how to manage this special breed of employees.
The work relationship between hiring managers and recruiters is a relationship of collaboration and - to a certain degree - dependency. One cannot be successful without the other and both need each other to achieve their goal: Hiring the best talent. Here are 5 simple steps recruiters can take to build a strong & successful relationship with their hiring managers.
This is pure gold for anyone who loves company culture topics (and skilfully crafted powerpoint slides). Here are the best company culture decks out there!
People Analytics can be a beautiful thing. If you get it right. And by “it” I mean your metrics. Here’s how to do it!