What are the top 3 ways to attract the best employees for your job opening

Uncategorized Aug 09, 2022

There are many non-financial ways to attract the top applicants, from volunteering opportunities to delivering customized development training programs.


Money is significant, but for many job seekers, compensation isn't the only consideration when accepting a job offer. Candidates are now seeking a broader choice of benefits, which used to be restricted to popular perks like stock options and mortgage allowances.


Job candidates are drawn to businesses for many of the same reasons that consumers are drawn to them. They want to work for a firm with extraordinary bosses and coworkers just as much (if not more) than they want to buy from one with terrific employees. It can be challenging to attract excellent personnel to your company. Candidates focus on incentives and innovation as remote work environments and flexible schedules become more common.

Here are three innovative and practical techniques to attract the top people to your company in today's competitive...

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Online Training and Upskilling- What is it and why is it important to you and your small business

Uncategorized Jul 28, 2022

Uрѕkilling iѕ hardly a nеw соnсерt, but thiѕ tесhniсаl term for рrоviding employees with еduсаtiоn tо improve upon or lеаrn nеw ѕkillѕ аllоwѕ uѕ tо еxаminе it оn a deeper level. Uрѕkilling iѕ nоt to bе соnfuѕеd with reskilling, whiсh iѕ еduсаtiоn to rерlасе оutdаtеd ѕkillѕ with nеw skills, but for рrасtiсаl рurроѕеѕ, thеу саn bе lumреd tоgеthеr


It mау ѕееm оnlу nаturаl thаt companies wоuld wаnt thеir staff tо bесоmе mоrе knоwlеdgеаblе аnd therefore more valuable. Still, I find thаt SMEs ѕtill have a gеnеrаl lасk of understanding оf the benefits of аdditiоnаl trаining and еduсаtiоn. Additiоnаllу, еvеn thе mоѕt wеll intеntiоnеd еmрlоуеrѕ оftеn fаil tо imрlеmеnt a successful uрѕkilling рrоgrаm.


Sоmе small buѕinеѕѕ owners fеаr thе соѕt involved with рrоvidеd uрѕkilling еmрlоуееѕ, but nоt рrоviding ѕuсh training may end uр being a fаlѕе economy. Ovеr thе уеаrѕ I’vе ѕееn numеrоuѕ соmраniеѕ lose еmрlоуееѕ tо fresher, more fast-moving ѕtаrtuрѕ dеѕрitе the inhеrеnt riѕkѕ...

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Not All Mental Health Benefits Are Created Equal: The Case for Evidence-based Care

Uncategorized Jul 26, 2022

Mental health care has undoubtedly become one of the trendiest subjects in your workplace, regardless of your business. While mental illness was already a growing global problem before COVID-19, the pandemic has heightened those worries, bringing mental health to the forefront of many workplace discussions.

Employers who care about their employees are eager to spend more on mental health choices because they understand that by addressing their employees' mental health needs, they will be supporting individuals and the entire workforce.

The Mental Health Crisis Is at a Tipping Point

The pandemic has resulted in mental health issues, including anxiety, sadness, and substance use problems. Burnout, in particular, has reached new heights. Burnout was indicated by 52 percent of workers in a recent Indeed survey.

Depression alone, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), interferes with a person's ability to do physical job activities 20% of the time and...

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New HR Processes to Meet Workforce Expectations

Uncategorized Jul 21, 2022

For HR professionals in 2021, the Great Resignation was a very real and present problem. 4.3 million people lost their employment in December alone. There was a noticeable change in power among employees as the labor pool shrank and employers confronted talent shortages. Workers realized they were in high demand and could expect more: more flexibility, more pay, and more benefits. As a result, average hourly earnings have climbed by 4.8 percent year over year.

Before the pandemic, businesses were already competing for talent. HR professionals were thrown into even more chaos when they were forced to find new ways to meet these workforce demands while also adopting work-from-anywhere regulations almost overnight.

Using New HR Processes to Meet Workforce Expectations

With a limited talent pool, HR professionals must be innovative, embrace new technologies, and come up with new strategies to attract and retain top personnel. To do so, HR departments should be willing to consider more...

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Employer medical claims likely miss 75% of employee mental health issues.

Uncategorized Jul 19, 2022

We've established that the United States experienced a mental health epidemic before the pandemic. Furthermore, more than 75% of employee mental health disorders are likely missed by employer medical claims. Our mental health crisis begins before people reach adulthood.

Before the pandemic, the University of Michigan stated that one in every seven teenagers and children "had at least one curable mental health issue, such as depression, anxiety, or ADHD."

According to a study published in JAMA Pediatrics by the University of Michigan, half of those youngsters went without needing treatment from a mental health professional in 2016. Following the pandemic, a JAMA Network article indicated clinically heightened child and adolescent depression was 25.2 percent, and anxiety was 20.5per cent, according to a "meta-analysis of 29 studies comprising 80,879 kids globally." According to the report, the prevalence of depression and anxiety symptoms increased during COVID-19 compared to...

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Cybersecurity- Why is this a hot topic in 2022 and what you can do as a small business to adopt a strong cyber security policy

Uncategorized Jul 14, 2022

Cуbеr Sесuritу- Why is this a hоt tорiс in 2022 аnd what уоu can dо as a ѕmаll buѕinеѕѕ tо аdорt a ѕtrоng cyber security роliсу

Aѕ thе суbеrѕесuritу lаndѕсаре еvоlvеѕ rapidly, organizations are wоrking harder thаn ever tо navigate ѕесuritу thrеаtѕ without interrupting business growth аnd innоvаtiоn. Hоwеvеr, суbеr threats, by dеfinitiоn, аrе unrеlеntinglу сhаоtiс.


Thеу аrе gоvеrnеd by unfаir rulеѕ, еvоlvе соnѕtаntlу аnd rеmаin unрrеdiсtаblе, lеаving organizations соnѕtаntlу grаррling to kеер up. Thiѕ, оf соurѕе, iѕ tоtаllу bу dеѕign. It nоt оnlу bеnеfitѕ суbеrсriminаlѕ, but it iѕ аlѕо used bу security vеndоrѕ tо obtain commercial leverage who рrоmiѕе tо оffеr buѕinеѕѕеѕ the nеxt ‘ѕilvеr bullеt’ tо all thеir ѕесuritу wоеѕ.


A суbеr security inсidеnt thаt imрасtѕ a ѕmаll buѕinеѕѕ саn bе dеvаѕtаting. Unfоrtunаtеlу, wе ѕее the imрасt оf cyber ѕесuritу inсidеntѕ еасh аnd every dау, on individuаlѕ, lаrgе соmраniеѕ аnd small businesses. Luсkilу, cyber security...

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Five ways employers can help employees reduce stress and anxiety

Uncategorized Jul 12, 2022

The psychological, physical, and financial costs of a worldwide pandemic, geopolitical tensions, and the return to in-person labor have resulted in a highly stressed workforce.

Whether employees publicly conveyed their concerns, they all faced mental health issues during the COVID-19 epidemic. Even people who do not have a formal diagnosis may require assistance to be fully involved and productive. Many employees are dealing with their anxieties and the emotional demands of their children or parents.

As a result of these reasons, there has been a rise in mental health awareness, prompting the growth of core benefit packages. However, there is still more to be done. Employers may establish a more robust mental and emotional health support system tailored to difficult times by keeping these five tactics in mind.

1. Offer more options

When it comes to mental health and well-being, one size does not fit all. The services that parents with teens may enjoy will be vastly different from...

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Four ways to enhance employee safety, health, and well-being in 2022

Uncategorized Jul 06, 2022

Employers and employees are still navigating ever-changing safety policies and work arrangements following the pandemic's consequences. According to Qualtrics research, 93 percent of employees believe the way we work has changed "fundamentally and forever," to the point where employees are willing to remove "the new normal" from their vocabulary.

Workers are now putting their physical and emotional health first when deciding where they want to work and what they want from their employers. When considering where to work, over three-quarters of employees say workplace health and safety is a significant issue. Not only that, but workers are burned out—58 percent believe their workplace is the primary source of their mental health problems—and want more flexible work options to better balance their professional and personal lives.

Data has repeatedly demonstrated that happy and healthy employees produce superior business results. As more businesses reopen physical offices...

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The HR Pro's Guide to Thinking Like a Marketer

Uncategorized Jun 28, 2022

You might assume that the only thing HR and marketing have in common is a love of acronyms—we'll see your FMLA and give you two SERPs and a TOFU, MOFU, and BOFU. But, once you get past the specifics of what we do and the metrics by which we measure success, you'll notice that we're both after the same thing: a deeper understanding of how to communicate to the right people, in the right way, at the right time to get the correct result.

HR can develop enduring connections and a true feeling of trust and care among applicants and workers by adopting strategic thinking from three areas of marketing: channel marketing, branding, and demand creation.

Communicate Your Brand

Build Your Employer Brand with Brand Marketing Strategies

                A company's brand is more than simply the product or service; it's also its identity, its mission, values, and distinctive customer proposition.

They want customers...

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Post-Pandemic Benefit Priorities

Uncategorized Jun 22, 2022

We appreciate how much you care about your employees (we do, too! ), but we also recognize that it's impossible to fulfill every perk they want. Use the following framework to assist your organization in determining which bonuses are most essential as you approach your following benefit review:

  • Know your company, where people are having difficulty, and where they succeed.
  • Determine the causes for any gaps in your benefits packages.
  • Recognize the factors that drive your workers' current benefit expectations.
  • Inform your staff about the types of perks you may offer.
  • Take your time when establishing a rewards package that reflects your culture and brand.

Benefits providers and employers alike have a lot of room to differentiate themselves in this new world of work.

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