Tag Archives: Retention

Why Office Camaraderie Matters

By Helene Cavalli on July 25, 2013

If you find most of your time in the office is spent working alone with little interaction with coworkers, there are implications that can hurt your career and hurt the organization. If everyone works in a silo, the lack of external perspective can hinder problem solving, reduce the flow of creative ideas and make it difficult to connect one’s role to the bigger organizational picture.

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Developing Your Career

Six Tips for Negotiating a Job Offer

By Greg Simpson on April 16, 2013

Are you prepared to negotiate a salary after receiving a job offer? With yearly salary increases shrinking (or nonexistent) in some organizations, it’s important to negotiate a favorable compensation package before you join the organization. Remember, as far a salary goes, when you start low, chances are you’re going to stay low. Other benefits are also negotiable, so don’t sell yourself short.

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Create a Mobile Workforce: Build and Align Talent to Meet Evolving Needs

By Kristen Leverone on March 25, 2013

While there are more than 12 million unemployed workers, nearly half of HR Managers and Recruiters say sourcing a pool of qualified candidates is a top challenge. According to recent research, HR Managers and Recruiters are also confronted with a mismatch: the skills job seekers offer are not aligned with the skills businesses are looking for. Effective solutions to both challenges – sourcing and skills fit – may be in plain view – namely, your existing workforce.

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