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18 Oct
2017

Nariman Maher

Associate Director

How to Create a Sense of Ownership on Your Team Without Employee Stock Options

BY: ALISON NAPOLITANO  A business thrives when all employees feel a sense of ownership over its success. Some companies foster this sense through employee stock options, but even in offices without the financial incentive, managers can take certain steps to ensure each employee has a personal stake in team-wide endeavors. 1. Value Your Employees A workplace thrives when each team member feels valued. Managers can achieve this by first creating a group understanding of respect. For example, the diversity toolkit designed by MSW@USC, the online Master of Socia

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17 Oct
2017

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

3 Steps to Automating Employee Reviews

BY: MATTHEW KOSINSKI  The employee review process is important if you want to keep productivity, morale, and engagement high. Unfortunately, the process can also be time-consuming and unwieldy – but a new infographic from online form builder Formstack aims to help make it a little more efficient for all parties. The graphic, which you can check out in full below, outlines the three steps to totally automating employee reviews. The process is a lot less complicated than you may expect. With the right forms, the right management hub, and the right

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17 Oct
2017

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Singer

Wedding Function Bands

If you are looking for an energetic wedding function bands, then Jonny Ross music is the right place. They can book a great band which can boost your party up to next level. The bands which are associated with us can play any kind of music.  

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16 Oct
2017

Amelie Mahone

Communications specialist

5 things to prepare before starting your own business

Starting a company can be one of the top achievements in your life. However, it takes a lot of planning and execution. It’s likely you will spend many hours with lawyers, accountants and by yourself getting all the nitty gritty out of the way. Business name  Make sure you choose a company name with an available trademark name and internet domain name. You can do an online search to see if a trademark is available through the Patent and Trademark Office’s website. Failure to obtain a trademark could put your company at risk. That means the potential loss of all the time a

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16 Oct
2017

Rhomiela Diafante

Associate Consultant

This New Way of Thinking About Burnout Could Change the Way You Work

BY: ALYSE KALISH It was one of those days when nothing was going right. I was overwhelmed, running a mile a minute between meetings, and counting down the minutes until I could go home. I was already debating what I’d watch on Netflix when my co-worker reminded me I agreed to go to an event with her. I reluctantly said I’d remembered and we headed off to a podcast recording hosted by The Great Discontent, an online publication. And I’m so glad I did! The show featured writer Jocelyn K. Glei, the author of one of the best books on email overload I’

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15 Oct
2017

Nariman Maher

Associate Director

Keeping the Bridge Intact: 5 Ways You Can Network

BY: RUTH VELORIA  “I am too busy to network.” I hear this all the time from people at every rung of the career ladder, from the C-suite all the way down to new professionals. For those who do it well, however, networking has long been the preferred strategy for pursuing career opportunities. These days, our hyper-connected society means there are more opportunities than ever to leverage your networks and open doors to new opportunities. In fact, a 2015 University of Phoenix School of Business survey conducted online by Harris Poll found that half of

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12 Oct
2017

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

5 Overlooked Resources Candidates Can Use to Research Employers

BY: RECRUITER Q&A Welcome to Recruiter Q&A, where we pose employment-related questions to the experts and share their answers! Have a question you’d like to ask? Leave it in the comments, and you might just see it in the next installment of Recruiter Q&A! Today’s Question: Hiring and recruiting experts are always telling candidates to research potential employers before applying. Aside from company websites, what are the best resources for carrying out this research? Where should candidates look for valuable information on prospectiv

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11 Oct
2017

Karen

Senior Associate Consultant

112 Questions to Ask to Get to Know Your New Hire

BY: MAREN HOGAN At Red Branch Media, we love to get to know our new hires with a game we call “New Brancher Trivia.” Usually, we pair new Branchers up and have existing employees try to guess which answer goes with which new hire. Besides making our new hires feel a little more at ease, this game also encourages employees to spend time getting to know their new colleagues. Below are 112 questions that are great for getting to know your new hires, breaking the ice with new colleagues, and/or making new work friends. Heck, you can even crib them for your own version of

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10 Oct
2017

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

This Flowchart Will Show You What Kind of Learner You Are:

BY: MATTHEW KOSINSKI  Like many professionals, you probably crave opportunities for development. While training sessions and courses of all kinds can be valuable to your career progress, the most beneficial resources will be those that align with your particular style of learning. You see, not everyone learns the same way. Some of us love to soak up info from a well-delivered lecture, while others prefer a more hands-on approach. There’s no wrong way to learn: Whatever works for you is right. However, few of us know what our learning styles are. We may be vaguely a

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09 Oct
2017

Rhomiela Diafante

Associate Consultant

How Much HR Automation Is Too Much?

BY: JASON MCDOWELL  Automation has made the recruiting process exponentially more manageable over the last couple of decades. Job boards help us reach global candidate pools without publishing ads in dozens or hundreds of newspapers. Applicant tracking systems (ATS) negate the need to manually sort through resumes, many of which come from candidates who aren’t even qualified. Some companies are even using chatbots now to handle basic early interactions with job seekers. Now, however, some have begun to wonder: How much is too much? Sure, millennials love their technology,

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