All tagged Company Culture
At the management level, it’s your job to empower the sales team to cultivate the relationships that drive revenue. An environment that attracts and retains top salespeople comes down to an investment in company culture. If your employees are happy, motivated, and working towards a common goal, then you’ve unlocked the key to a productive workforce.
One of the best ways to really determine a candidate’s culture-fit for your company is an in-person interview. Make the most of your time in the office by using these four tests to evaluate how your candidate will fit into the work flow your team has already established.
Employer branding is a culmination of your company’s mission, values, culture, and personality. It affects how successfully you can recruit new employees, retain and engage current employees, and differentiate yourself positively in the job market.
Even if we all know the risks, bad hires happen. The smaller your company is, the larger an impact each bad employee has on your business and bottom line. Don’t dismiss your bad hires as a simple mistake. Learn to see the warning signs of a bad-fit before you send an offer letter.
Telecommuting saves both employers and employees thousands of dollars in commuting and office-related costs. If you’re considering hiring remote employees, or if you’ve just started a remote workforce, then you will probably need to re-evaluate parts of your company's management style.
Millennials have taken over more and more of the workforce, a few trends have emerged. If you’re trying to attract more young talent to your organization or are curious about how to keep millennials engaged with your employer brand, you need to focus on one thing: Culture.
Many companies use tricks and tools to create a good candidate experience once a person has applied. And for good reason. Have you considered what your pre-application stage says to candidates about your hiring process?
Many hiring teams emphasize culture fit over technical skills when hiring new employees. Determining a potential employee’s culture fit will help you choose candidates whose personal values and goals align with your company’s long-term mission and growth.
A candidate’s personality is important when hiring, and assessing whether or not a candidate will thrive in your office is important for long-term goals. Culture fit blends together two important pieces: your current company’s attitudes and the disposition of your ideal candidate.
There are thousands of ways you can approach writing a job description, but the key to writing an effective job description is to keep it concise. Here are five tips to keep in mind when writing winning job descriptions that qualify candidates’ experience, culture fit, and expertise.