Entrepreneur; CEO and Co-Founder, ClearCompany
Andre Lavoie is the CEO of
, the first talent-alignment platform that aims to bridge the gap between talent management and business strategy by contextualizing employees’ work around a company’s vision and goals.
Keep good people for the long term by helping them on their career paths, offering profit sharing and promoting from within.
The suck-up. The gossip. The underachiever. Every office has one or all of these types. Here are ways to turn them around.
It's time to change how we evaluate performance. Try implementing these practices right away.
If you're having trouble finding and keeping quality employees, maybe it's time to take a closer look at where your applicants are coming from.
An increase to the minimum wage has already become law in several cities, and a federal bill is under review. But there are benefits to taking action ahead of any mandates.
Even though the interview process is designed to vet job candidates and find out what they can really do for a company, there are still ways for fibs or little exaggerations to get through.
With new trends in recruiting and changes in the workplace, there are new pools of talent to explore.
Candidates tend to prefer this method of interview after they've participated in them. Now, you just need to make sure their off-camera mothers aren't giving them advice.
Employees only act as empowered as employers make them feel.
Putting the right people in the right roles -- or vice versa -- has a huge impact on a company's bottom line.
Video interviewing isn't going anywhere. In fact, it's growing as a way for organizations to reach highly talented active and passive job seekers.
Checking email may seem productive but is actually a leading productivity killer at work.
In today's work world, employees want to feel like they are a part of the decision-making process. Millennials, especially, want managers who give them the freedom to do their jobs and trust they will deliver.
Having a team of employees who are close can have a positive impact on job satisfaction and, as a result, success.
In a job market defined by competition for skilled talent, HR leaders can, and do, make an impact on an organization's bottom line.
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