Employee Branding and Recognition

With summer here, everyone is busy with outside-of-work dreams and activities. Plans have been made and training started for those adventures to be had and dreams to be captured. When it comes to employee brand recognition, it is about genuinely finding ways to simply and creatively thank them and perhaps even help them realize their dreams outside of the workplace. Here are a few tips to help build your employee recognition skills: First, really think Read the full article…

Written by Deanna Hunter

On the category of Employee Branding + Talent Retention

Define Your Employment Brand

Add Value to Your Bottom Line

Your Company brand articulates to customers what it’s like to do business with your organization.  Similarly, your employment brand tells potential employees what it’s like to work with your organization.  Both should be grounded in your corporate culture and, therefore, intimately tied together.   They are two sides of the same coin. I recently chatted with Suzy from Switchback Creative about the fact that many organizations miss the boat by paying little or no attention to Read the full article…

Written by Deanna Hunter

On the category of Corporate Culture + Employee Branding + Human Resources + Talent Attraction

Not Having Job Descriptions can be a Mistake

5 Tips on Writing Great Ones for Small Businesses

Many small businesses make the mistake of not being clear on who does what. That makes sense in the early days as it’s typically ‘all hands on deck’. However, as you get a few more employees on board things can get complicated. Without even basic job descriptions, you’ll likely end up with people who decide for themselves what their job is and what they’re supposed to be doing. And if you don’t have job descriptions, Read the full article…

Written by Deanna Hunter

On the category of Employee Branding + Human Resources + Policy Manual + Talent Retention

Introverts

The Quiet Gems in our Workplace

How well do you know your employees? Knowing them – who they are, what makes them different, how they approach their life and their work – can be the key to their success and ultimately yours. Sometimes we focus on what appears to be the negative aspect of people, trying to ‘fix’ it. Maybe it’s the thing that is most different from you or the fact that differences make a person stand out in an awkward way.  It seems Read the full article…

Written by Deanna Hunter

On the category of Employee Branding + Human Resources + Talent Retention

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