Mailbag: Can we ask employees if they’ve been vaccinated?

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By Katie Clarey – HRDrive As some states begin to open vaccine spots to everyone 16 and older, it’s a question employers may find themselves wanting to ask. Q: Can we ask employees if they’ve been vaccinated? A: Employers can ask workers whether they’ve been vaccinated, but they’ll need to be cautious about asking follow-up questions,… read more

As Businesses Seek Long-Term Growth Over Short-Term Efficiency, Talent Teams Are Stepping Up to Drive the Transformation

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By Abakar Saidov – Recruiter.com For all the damage it has caused, the COVID-19 pandemic has also sparked a mass awakening across business sectors. In fact, according to a recent Forbes survey, almost 80 percent of executives feel the pandemic has actually revealed their organizations’ strengths. These companies are now in a position to reset and… read more

How to Successfully Onboard and Integrate New Remote Employees in a Remote World

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– by Beau Peters Beau Peters is a creative professional with a lifetime of experience in service and care. As a manager, he’s learned a slew of tricks of the trade that he enjoys sharing with others who have the same passion and dedication that he brings to his work.   Thanks to the pandemic,… read more

Ashley Agnew promoted to Customer Success Manager at Chrane Foodservice

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Customer Success Manager at Chrane Foodservice Solutions Mrs. Ashley Agnew has been promoted to the newly created role of Customer Success Manager at Chrane Foodservice Solutions. From a long career in the foodservice industry, including almost nine years as a Chraniac, Ashley joined the Chrane leadership team as of March 3, 2021. Per Meredith Mulliken, Chrane’s… read more

How to Use Performance Reviews to Motivate Employees

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When was the last time you left a conversation feeling actually, completely motivated? Like your goals and priorities have been put into focus, your synapses are firing, and you’re excited to get to work? Got it? Okay. Now, when was the last time you felt that way after a performance review? It’s no secret that… read more

Virtual Onboarding Ideas For HR

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Originally posted on Human Resources Today The benefits of onboarding can’t be overstated. Propelling your new hires to productivity, reducing employee turnover, and promoting a positive company culture are all a boon to your bottom line. Chances are your company understands the importance of introducing a new hire to the organization. You probably already had an effective… read more

How Smart Companies Are Keeping Employees Engaged

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By Terri Williams – Investopedia Although “employee engagement” is one of the most popular workplace topics, it may only be a catchphrase at many companies. According to a 2020 Gallup Poll, 36% of workers report being engaged, 51% are not engaged, and 13% are actively disengaged.1 The term “engaged” means people who are highly involved… read more

4 Ways to Win Talent With Transparency in Recruitment

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By Ellen Kuntzman – Recruiter.com First impressions matter, particularly during the recruitment process. From your initial touchpoint with talent, you’re setting an example of what they can expect from your relationship. One unintentional stumble might leave you with disgruntled applicants. Although many factors can contribute to a stellar first impression, transparency in recruitment can top… read more

Finding It Hard to Attract Top Talent in a Pandemic, More Hiring Managers Adopt a Skills-Based Approach to Recruiting

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By Jarin Schmidt – Recruiter.com The unpredictable trajectory of the global coronavirus pandemic has had a serious impact on every area of company operations. Within the HR industry, the traditional hiring practices companies have long relied on were totally upended. At the outset, many hiring managers believed the high unemployment rate caused by the pandemic would… read more