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Employers missing the point of EVPs

Organisations tend to focus on their employer value proposition for recruitment purposes, but according to a brand expert it should first and foremost be an engagement and retention tool. 14 more words

Human Resources

Six Things to Stop Telling Yourself if You Really Want to Get Ahead at Work

Smart companies prefer to promote their internal people when they can, rather than hire from the outside for key positions.  It’s more cost effective and generally requires less transition time as the newly promoted person is (hopefully) quite familiar with the company culture and the organizational goals. 946 more words

Career Management

Easy Office Upgrades For A Safer Work Environment

As a follower of HR issues in the workplace, you probably won’t be surprised to hear that I am keen on health and safety. It’s something that all employers should take seriously. 518 more words


5 things we're grateful for this Thanksgiving

By Karen Huss, VP of Internal Communications at Ceridian

What are you grateful for? Thanksgiving is a time of reflection and gratitude. As we get ready for Thanksgiving and spending time with loved ones, let’s also take a moment to reflect and give thanks.  794 more words

Employee Engagement

Michele Nordahl

Title: President and Chief Executive Officer

Company: Anderson & Forrester

Location: Wheatridge, CO

Wheatridge, CO, October 14, 2015, Michele Nordahl, President and Chief Executive Officer of Anderson & Forrester, has been recognized by Elite American Executives for dedication, achievements and leadership in business development. 217 more words


Consulting Firm Helps Companies Aspire Higher

Aspire Consulting, Ltd. was founded in 2006 out of Susan Lauer and Laurie Cohn’s desire to have a greater impact on building sustainable businesses, community and supporting individuals in maximizing their potential to live lives that matter to them and others. 444 more words

Human Resources

Less than two per cent of UK employers to pay apprenticeship levy

Revealed in today’s spending review announcement by George Osborne, the apprenticeship levy will only affect employers with a wage bill of more than £3 million – less than two per cent of UK employers. 82 more words

Human Resources