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Employee Value Proposition News: Employees Will Leave Companies That Don’t Offer Flexible Conditions

Employees will leave companies that don’t offer flexible conditions: Study

Australian employees will resign from organisations that don’t offer flexible working conditions, meaning employers are under pressure to evolve and adapt, according to CEB. Since 2011, work/life balance has been the number one driver of attraction for employees on the lookout for new career opportunities, according to CEB ‘s Global Talent Monitor.

 

Culture Advice: Loosen Up! Having Fun at Work is Good for Culture

Loosen Up! Having Fun at Work is Good for Culture

Letting your employees have more fun around the office could them make them better at their jobs, new research suggests. A study recently published in the Journal of Vocational Behavior discovered a link between informal learning, which is a common way employees pick up new skills that improve their job performance, and having fun at work.

 

Career Advice: Reinvent Your Professional Life in 2017

4 Steps to Completely Reinvent Your Professional Life in 2017

How do I really know what I want? originally appeared on Quora – the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Alexandra Isenegger, Founder and CEO @ Linkilaw, on Quora: Choosing what you really want to do is not an easy thing by far.

 

Employer Brand News: Companies Create Powerful Employer Brands By Doing These 4 Things Consistently

Companies Create Powerful Employer Brands By Doing These 4 Things Consistently

Why would an employee want to work for you or any company? Companies that win long-term have employees who feel a sense of alignment with what that company’s brand stands for. But too often positive perceptions about that brand in the marketplace are not reflected in the workplace.

 

Career Advice: Ace Your Next Interview With These Subtle Tricks

Ace Your Next Interview With These Subtle Tricks

Even if you have been job searching for a while, use these body language tricks to impress employers and gain an advantage over other job seekers.

Career Advice: 9 Step Plan to Bounce Back After Termination

You’re Fired: Here’s A 9-Step Plan To Bounce Back

Elizabeth Gross was a young assistant account director at a marketing agency the first time she got fired. Her company was going through a reorganization and her job was cut. An ambitious young professional, Gross says she was devastated. “It’s like a death. Your job is gone.

Facebook’s Top HR Executive On Millennials and Performance Reviews

Facebook’s Top HR Executive On Millennials and Performance Reviews

When Lori Goler joined Facebook eight years ago to lead its recruiting efforts, the social networking giant wasn’t quite a giant yet. Back then, Facebook had around 500 workers and was small enough that the company didn’t have regular employee performance reviews.

Employee Engagement: 4 Secrets to Keeping Your Employees Motivated, According to a Duke Behavioral Economist

4 Secrets to Keeping Your Employees Motivated, According to a Duke Behavioral Economist

Dan Ariely, the famous Duke behavioral economist and author of multiple New York Times Bestsellers, such as “Predictably Irrational,” just released a short, new book on motivation, “Payoff: The Hidden Logic That Shapes Our Motivations.”

Why Nearly Half of Workers Globally Could Leave Their Jobs in 2017

Why Nearly Half Of Workers Globally Could Leave Their Jobs In 2017

Enjoy spending time with your coworkers this holiday season, because many of them are likely to be gone by this time next year. According to a recent survey of 3,300 employees across 14 countries by Dale Carnegie Training, 26% of U.S.

Recruitment News: Are You A Unicorn? How To Stand Out At Work

Are You A Unicorn? How To Stand Out At Work

Tired of doing a good job, but not getting noticed by management? Thinking about applying for a higher-level job and want to stand out from other candidates? Here’s how you can be seen as a unicorn – a unique employee with special skills – at work.

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