Difficult conversations, especially around performance, don’t come easy for most of us. But in my view, ‘running towards the pain’ is vitally important to addressing challenges head on – before they become full-blown crises.
The primary goals for any recruiting team are to improve the quality of hires coming into the organization, and to optimize the process of finding and securing quality talent.
In the last quarter of the year, the Sevenstep team was intent on bringing smiles to the faces of those around us. Whether we were cleaning up our neighborhoods, wrapping presents for kids, or sending cards to troops overseas, the Sevenstep Cares mission continued to make a global impact.
One of the key missteps that organizations make when expanding globally is to assume that what works in one part of the world will also work in another. It’s about much more than language. Cultural differences, shifting politics, unique legal regimes, and even history play a large role in success versus failure.
Highly successful recruiting means harnessing the power of momentum.
If I had to summarize social media as we kick off 2019 in three words, they would be: video; timeliness; personal.
The holidays are an opportunity for us to spend some quality time with family and reflect on the year gone by. For many, it’s also an opportunity to wind down and relax with a good book or two.
For a couple of years now, the business climate in the U.K. has been suffering from a prolonged bout of uncertainty. We all seem to be in the midst of a nervous state as we wait with bated breath to see what will come of next week’s Brexit vote in the House of Commons. Add to this the shifting winds of world trade ...
This week, millions of Americans will descend upon the nation’s airports and train stations, or they’ll hop into their cars for a journey ‘home.’ Ovens will be working overtime – pulling double duty to cook turkeys and pumpkin pies. Email traffic will slow to a standstill and our President will pardon a flightless ...
Here’s the good news: For every unemployed American, there are 1.2 jobs available.