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.
How can employers be sure their organization is deemed a great place to work by employees -- even if they've yet to be officially recognized for it?
Try these strategies to boost employee engagement and productivity and keep your best people around.
Employers can do a few simple things to make their employees feel appreciated all year-round.
Encouraging workers to be independent and confident from the get-go will have many benefits for the company's bottom line.
If your process has lost its way, employees will be on edge and your company will see barely any benefits from reviews.
Finding candidates who can seamlessly align themselves with the company mission isn't always easy. Follow these steps to find the best fit.
In an effort to hit the ground running in the new year, employers should create benchmarks that align with the company vision.
First impressions matter. Create a system that enables a smooth transition for new hires.
There are four steps to take that will better prepare new hires and reduce the stress of coming aboard.
For many workers, there is little to look forward to when the annual performance review comes around.
Connecting goals in the workplace, in support of a well-defined company strategy, is essential to driving business success.
With the multitude of federal and state employment laws and regulations that exist, it is easy to make costly errors.
Starting a new job can be overwhelming, so put you and your best company's best foot forward to ease your latest team member into things.
Here are five reasons that you should seek feedback the next time performance reviews come up.
You want to be able to hire the best employees, but these shortfalls could cause the best candidates to not look your way.
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