Author: Kelly Norman

Political Discourse in the Office | Keeping it Civil

According to the American Psychological Association, US employees are finding themselves stressed out by political rhetoric at work. As professionals, we know that political talk in the office is commonly frowned upon; but as the election approaches, many employees in the US find that it...

Caveats of Calculating Recruiting Metrics | Quality vs Speed

Recently, we talked about recruiting metrics and agencies can utilize them to improve their talent acquisition process. This week, we will be taking a look at how these recruiting metrics might not be enough, and considering a few caveats to the specific metrics we mentioned...

Recruiting Metrics | Measuring Success

Recruitment metrics are a standard set of measurements used to manage and improve the process of hiring candidates into an organization. Recruitment metrics illuminate the recruiting process by revealing what works, what is broken, what is under-utilized, and what we can be done to improve....

Culture Challenges | Engaging the Remote Workforce

Since 2005, the non-self-employed remote workforce has grown by 103 percent. In fact, according to Forbes, 1 in every 5 employees works from home at least one day every week. The benefits of a remote or partially-remote workforce are obvious: employees can reduce or eliminate...

The Evolution of Culture | Declassifying Generations

A common thread in modern office culture conversation is the discussion of generations. Eric Temuende of Gen-Y Inc. warns us that classifying individuals based on the year they were born is a dangerous game, and can be prohibitive to good company culture. Like all stereotypes,...

Company Culture | Why it Matters

Since 2005, the non-self-employed remote workforce has grown by 103 percent. In fact, according to Forbes, 1 in every 5 employees works from home at least one day every week. The benefits of a remote or partially-remote workforce are obvious: employees can reduce or eliminate...