Paul Sandusky – VP of Talent Acquisition, Ceridian
In today’s highly competitive, mobilized and ‘Uberized’ workforce landscape, there are many shifts taking place that require HR leaders to adjust their approach to talent acquisition and management. And while organizations face a handful of challenges and changes, one thing is for certain: Modern recruitment is largely candidate-driven.
Particularly in areas experiencing talent shortages, employers can’t afford to let quality candidates pass them by. Finding and onboarding professionals who are an ideal fit for the role and company is a top priority and necessity when it comes to maintaining high retention, engagement and productivity rates. Read more
The building blocks of every relationship are the interactions we have with other people - whether those conversations happen via text, e-mail, phone or face to face. The words we choose and the language we use will either build more clarity and trust or create obscurity and distrust. Our intentions and statements are one thing - but our actual follow up and follow through are another.
Do you believe that above all else, the most important factor behind an employee’s engagement and productivity is his relationship with his direct supervisor. if you do, you’re not alone. Many believe that if people get along with their managers well, they’re likely to work well – it’s often as simple as that. Read more
One of the keys to success in human capital management is maintaining a certain level of consistency. You want people to be able to come into the office each day, settle into a routine and work productively. If there isn’t a consistent way of doing work etched on stone, it becomes difficult for people to get comfortable and reach their peak efficiency levels. Read more
If your staff isn’t operating as a team it may not be working to its full potential.
Bringing minds together to make progress and solve problems is almost always a good idea. Two heads are better than one, and if you can fit more into the equation, why not if it will help the company become more productive? In workforce management, ensuring that people are working together, or even spending time together just for fun, can be part of the job. This is because teamwork is beneficial in so many ways, such as a few that Inc. listed. Read more
Great managers aren’t content just to have their staff members crank out the same work over and over again, week after week and month after month. They want improvement. They’re looking to constantly follow up with their employees, find out what’s working, maximize those strengths and minimize their weaknesses as well. Read more