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Much of a company’s wealth lies in its people – yet the idea of harnessing this creativity is often underappreciated or ignored altogether. Many complex processes are occurring in a modern company, so much so that it is often impossible for higher-level management to understand exactly how these processes work and how they could be improved. This is why getting ideas from employees who work day to day in a specific area can be incredibly valuable. Continue reading >>
What’s the one thing that has changed the hiring process more than any other factor? Technology. Hand-held technology, to be more specific. The increasing use of mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablet computers, has changed not only the way job seekers search and apply for jobs, but how they interact with companies and their expectations during the job search and hiring process. Continue reading >>
A painful vacuum looms as baby boom execs retire without preparing a new generation of leaders.
Every year, Ochsner Health System in New Orleans handpicks a dozen or so recent health care MBA graduates to enter its administrative residency program. The fellows spend a year rotating tohrough different divisions in the system.
After the year is up, some participants clearly don’t fit the roles they had set out to fill.Continue reading >>
This week, while you were busy asking yourself what, exactly, everybody’s turning down for…wondering what Garth Brooks has been up to lately…or hotly debating whether or not cupcakes are dead…here are some other questions you might have found yourself asking – from this week’s top talent management and recruitment news stories:
Generally defined as individuals born between 1966 and 1980, give or take a few years, Gen Xers have to contend with the fact that they’re sandwiched between their more buzzed-about workplace counterparts: baby boomers and millennials. Continue reading >>
Foreword by Dana Naquin, health care marketing manager, CareerBuilder:
Time and again, research shows that nurses want more training opportunities. Studies have also proven that nurses aren’t the only ones who benefit from increased training and development: The organizations for which they work, the patients they treat, and the community at large benefit as well. This is particularly true of nursing leaders, who can help organizations by taking a more proactive role in patient care and, in effect, improving quality and bolstering the bottom line. Continue reading >>
Coming back to the office after a holiday weekend isn’t easy. So if you’re looking for a quick pick-me-up in the middle of your busy day, take a break to recharge and check out these funny videos we came across recently. Have a laugh and tell us your favorite in the comments below.
It’s no secret the Great Recession has changed many things: baby boomers have a larger share of jobs, consumers are more financially responsible, and now, as illustrated by new research from CareerBuilder and EMSI, certain metro areas are more competitive, thanks to a surge in post-recession job creation.
CareerBuilder and EMSI recently looked at total job growth across industries for each of the 50 most populous U.S. Continue reading >>
David Novak had so many pictures of his employees covering the walls in his office that he had to start using the ceiling. Who is he? Oh, just the CEO of one of the world’s largest restaurant companies — Yum! Brands, which includes KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell. And why does he do it? Because he believes that it’s people who make a company successful and showing them appreciation and recognition for a job well done can go a long way. Continue reading >>