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This is the hidden cost of bad interviews, and how to stop paying for them

Source: Fast Company Author: Sanjoe Jose A bad hire can cost as much as $240,000, but what about the cost of conducting poor-quality interviews? It’s a difficult one to calculate in dollars, but it’s undeniably significant. With the Great Resignation showing no signs...

Healthy conflict can be good for your organization: Here’s a roadmap

Source: Talent Canada Author: Todd Humber Conflict in the workplace is generally viewed as a negative event. As a leader, what role does conflict play in creating a psychologically safe workplace? Psychologically safe workplaces accept that everyone can’t agree with...

How Remote Work Might Be Impacting Workers Mentally and Physically

Source: HR Daily Advisor Author: Lin Grensing-Pophal, Contributing Editor Remote work was the holy grail of employment situations for millions of Americans before the pandemic. Avoiding a two-way, daily commute and spending 9 or more hours per day in the office...

3 questions to ask at the end of a job interview (and 3 to avoid)

Source: The Optimist Daily: Making Solutions the News Author: Arielle Tiangco Suppose you, like many others these days, are re-evaluating your priorities and looking to make changes in your professional life. This may mean that you are applying for new jobs and if all...

This is the most effective way to deliver feedback

Source: Fast Company Author: Diana Shi Receiving feedback can be scary. And of course, it’s worse when you know the feedback is going to be negative. The experience can make you feel called out, inferior to your coworkers, or incompetent at your job. But feedback is...

Reentering the workforce? This career path may be a good fit

Source: Fast Company Author: Kelly Knight There has been an increasingly more serious trend of women leaving the workforce. Between 2015 and 2020, women opted out of work at lower rates than men; but by 2020, almost one-quarter of women considered leaving the working...

How to Use Social Media to Build Connections and Grow Your Career

Source: Buffer Resources Author: Tamilore Oladipo Social media plays a big role in how we exist on and offline. From the platforms we are active on to the type of content we engage with, it’s not unusual for people to form (and break) connections based on the...

The Older Workers Un-Retiring

Source: HR Daily Advisor Author: Lin Grensing-Pophal, Contributing Editor While the initial blame for the Great Resignation was placed on younger workers who were happy to sit at home with a government stimulus check instead of a job, data suggests that the driving...

7 Leadership lessons from Pop Culture’s Worst Bosses

Source: Fast Company Author: Gwen Moran Warning: This piece has spoilers from television shows and movies, including The Office, The Devil Wears Prada, Succession, Severance, Working Girl, blackish, and Office Space. Bad bosses. We’ve all had them. In fact, they’re so...

The leader’s ultimate guide to keeping employees engaged so they don’t quit

Source: Fast Company Author: Gwen Moran Call it the Great Resignation, Great Reshuffle, Great Realization, or any of the other names that have been coined, the message is the same: Employees have been leaving their jobs in record rates. Attracting and retaining the...

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This is the hidden cost of bad interviews, and how to stop paying for them

Source: Fast Company Author: Sanjoe Jose A bad hire can cost as much as $240,000, but what about the cost of conducting poor-quality interviews? It’s a difficult one to calculate in dollars, but it’s undeniably significant. With the Great Resignation showing no signs...

Healthy conflict can be good for your organization: Here’s a roadmap

Source: Talent Canada Author: Todd Humber Conflict in the workplace is generally viewed as a negative event. As a leader, what role does conflict play in creating a psychologically safe workplace? Psychologically safe workplaces accept that everyone can’t agree with...

How Remote Work Might Be Impacting Workers Mentally and Physically

Source: HR Daily Advisor Author: Lin Grensing-Pophal, Contributing Editor Remote work was the holy grail of employment situations for millions of Americans before the pandemic. Avoiding a two-way, daily commute and spending 9 or more hours per day in the office...

3 questions to ask at the end of a job interview (and 3 to avoid)

Source: The Optimist Daily: Making Solutions the News Author: Arielle Tiangco Suppose you, like many others these days, are re-evaluating your priorities and looking to make changes in your professional life. This may mean that you are applying for new jobs and if all...

This is the most effective way to deliver feedback

Source: Fast Company Author: Diana Shi Receiving feedback can be scary. And of course, it’s worse when you know the feedback is going to be negative. The experience can make you feel called out, inferior to your coworkers, or incompetent at your job. But feedback is...

Reentering the workforce? This career path may be a good fit

Source: Fast Company Author: Kelly Knight There has been an increasingly more serious trend of women leaving the workforce. Between 2015 and 2020, women opted out of work at lower rates than men; but by 2020, almost one-quarter of women considered leaving the working...

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This is the hidden cost of bad interviews, and how to stop paying for them

Source: Fast Company Author: Sanjoe Jose A bad hire can cost as much as $240,000, but what about the cost of conducting poor-quality interviews? It’s a difficult one to calculate in dollars, but it’s undeniably significant. With the Great Resignation showing no signs...

Healthy conflict can be good for your organization: Here’s a roadmap

Source: Talent Canada Author: Todd Humber Conflict in the workplace is generally viewed as a negative event. As a leader, what role does conflict play in creating a psychologically safe workplace? Psychologically safe workplaces accept that everyone can’t agree with...

How Remote Work Might Be Impacting Workers Mentally and Physically

Source: HR Daily Advisor Author: Lin Grensing-Pophal, Contributing Editor Remote work was the holy grail of employment situations for millions of Americans before the pandemic. Avoiding a two-way, daily commute and spending 9 or more hours per day in the office...

3 questions to ask at the end of a job interview (and 3 to avoid)

Source: The Optimist Daily: Making Solutions the News Author: Arielle Tiangco Suppose you, like many others these days, are re-evaluating your priorities and looking to make changes in your professional life. This may mean that you are applying for new jobs and if all...

This is the most effective way to deliver feedback

Source: Fast Company Author: Diana Shi Receiving feedback can be scary. And of course, it’s worse when you know the feedback is going to be negative. The experience can make you feel called out, inferior to your coworkers, or incompetent at your job. But feedback is...

Reentering the workforce? This career path may be a good fit

Source: Fast Company Author: Kelly Knight There has been an increasingly more serious trend of women leaving the workforce. Between 2015 and 2020, women opted out of work at lower rates than men; but by 2020, almost one-quarter of women considered leaving the working...

How to Use Social Media to Build Connections and Grow Your Career

Source: Buffer Resources Author: Tamilore Oladipo Social media plays a big role in how we exist on and offline. From the platforms we are active on to the type of content we engage with, it’s not unusual for people to form (and break) connections based on the...

The Older Workers Un-Retiring

Source: HR Daily Advisor Author: Lin Grensing-Pophal, Contributing Editor While the initial blame for the Great Resignation was placed on younger workers who were happy to sit at home with a government stimulus check instead of a job, data suggests that the driving...

7 Leadership lessons from Pop Culture’s Worst Bosses

Source: Fast Company Author: Gwen Moran Warning: This piece has spoilers from television shows and movies, including The Office, The Devil Wears Prada, Succession, Severance, Working Girl, blackish, and Office Space. Bad bosses. We’ve all had them. In fact, they’re so...

The leader’s ultimate guide to keeping employees engaged so they don’t quit

Source: Fast Company Author: Gwen Moran Call it the Great Resignation, Great Reshuffle, Great Realization, or any of the other names that have been coined, the message is the same: Employees have been leaving their jobs in record rates. Attracting and retaining the...

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