BEING A BOSS OR A LEADER?
May 7, 2019
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Being a “boss” is not the same as being a leader. A “boss”/a good manager/a supervisor will ensure that employees perform the tasks assigned to them. A leader will foster team spirit and will engage employees to achieve the company’s goals. The impact of the decisions a leader makes is also fundamental. This is called
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Is a sustainable approach to talent management in a context of skilled labor shortage possible?
April 15, 2019
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The challenges associated with the shortage of skilled labor are many and vary from one sector of activity to another. Organizations must work hard to increase their attractiveness and have an “employer brand” that differentiates itself from the competition. Increased social media presence, flexible work hours and a stimulating work environment are among the current
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PART 2: PROMOTING YOUR EMPLOYER BRAND
August 17, 2017
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The “Employer Brand” article – part one of this article – showed us why the employer brand concept is essential to an organization. To remain competitive, an organization must be able to attract the best talent in a market that is becoming increasingly competitive. Your employer brand allows you to set yourself apart from the
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PART 1: WHAT IS AN EMPLOYER BRAND?
June 29, 2017
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In a constantly changing and evolving environment, where employees and companies face many challenges, how can a company implement winning qualities to ensure its permanence in the market? Human resources certainly comprise one of the determining factors for a company. The development of a stable, competent workforce committed to its mission is a critical challenge
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HOW CAN WE DEFINE TODAY’S HIRING PROCESS?
June 20, 2017
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Organizations have to continually improve their practices in order to be competitive. When the time comes to improve the efficiency of an organization, we often think of working on the means of production, developing new, more modern infrastructures, or even reviewing the operational processes. We tend to forget that the strength of an organization resides
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