Glassdoor has released their sixth annual Employees’ Choice Awards for 2014, honouring the 50 Best Places to Work. You can see the results in the chart below. Winners were determined by the people who know these companies best — their employees through reviews on the Glassdoor website. Takeaways: In 2013, Facebook was number 1. This year it has dropped to... View Article
One of the best ways to stoke up interest in social media amongst employees is to get the leadership team to lead by example. If you have a leader that embraces social and actively engages on say Twitter or LinkedIn, this sends a powerful message to the rest of the organisation. Not only is it ok to use social media... View Article
These days, getting a job can be a challenge, not because you are not qualified, but because there are so many other individuals to compete with. In fact, every applicant’s objective is to stand out first. Once employers pay particular attention to them, that’s when they can dazzle them with their skills.
When you change your marketing plan, you can easily measure the results to see if it’s working. When you swap out machinery, you can measure the improvement in production. However, when you implement a new skill or learning program in your company, it’s not so easy to tell what effect it’s having – at least not by traditional measures. You... View Article