Return to The Roots of Employee Wellness

How HR Can Return to the Roots of Employee Wellness

Wellness has become a booming business, with the industry now worth around $4.2 trillion. It might seem like we have lost sight of what wellness should be about, however, countries like Sweden, have employee wellness embedded in their lifestyle. Is it time for HR leaders to follow their lead? You only have to look at the likes of Goop, a… Read more →

Benefits of employee engagement

Top 5 Benefits of Employee Engagement

Having an engaged workforce that ceaselessly works towards achieving set goals makes for a successful business. Of course, it goes without the saying that employee engagement is not the be-all, end-all for a booming organisation, but working on it can do wonders for your company in concrete and measurable ways. Even big companies like Google and Facebook know how valuable… Read more →

Costs of a bad hire

The Massive Costs of a Bad Hire

Many managers would rather hire a mediocre job candidate than leave a vacant position open but it turns out that a bad hire is¬†usually far more harmful¬†than letting the vacancy remain until you can find a great hire. When a manager is responsible for a bad hire, they often find it hard to recognise, let alone accept, because they feel… Read more →

Mistakes Recruiters Make During an Interview

5 Common Mistakes Recruiters Make During an Interview

Every company owes much to its recruiting team. You are the unsung heroes of the business world. As a recruiter, it’s up to you to identify talented individuals from multitudes during an interview. You also ensure prospective employee’s values and aspirations align perfectly with those of your firm. If you happen to make a wrong choice in your selection, there’s… Read more →