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2018 hr strategy

6 reasons why recruitment videos should be part of your 2018 HR strategy

Like we explored in our recent article “Top HR trends that will shape 2018“, digital technologies are a vast and developing trend in the HR community. For the future of recruiting, efficiently enlisting the right candidate will largely incorporate digital tools with methods like social networking, mobile apps and artificial intelligence. With all these new

blind recruitment

What is blind recruitment, and is it effective?

Back in 2016, we rounded up the top 5 recruiting trends to watch out for in 2017. From AI to the power of social media, 2017 has transported us one step closer to a fully-realized digital workplace. As we edge towards the end of the year, we begin to look ahead to 2018 and consider

get your boss to say yes

Get your boss to say YES: getting stakeholder buy-in

You’ve got a great idea. You’ve found a brilliant new tool, application, you’ve got an innovative new product, an out-of-this world concept for a marketing campaign. This could truly transform your business success: THIS is what your organization needs to grow and thrive. The trouble is that most of the time, it isn’t up to

hr trends 2018

Top HR trends that will shape 2018

As we enter into the new year, it is almost expected that we renovate our lives. From personal health goals to promises to travel more, the new year brings with it strong resolutions and endless possibilities. But the revamping doesn’t stop at personal goals; it’s only fair that in the spirit of all things new,

what is ux

What is UX – and why does it matter to internal comms?

Employees are the new customer. For those of us working in internal comms, this means many of the challenges faced by consumer marketers and communicators are ringing true for audiences inside the business. We’re battling the challenges of digital noise, short attention spans, and rising expectations of our technology. We’ve evolved from a function for