What is a company culture statement and how can you craft one for your own business? Check out these examples of effective company culture statements here.
Studies conducted by the Pew Research Center revealed that 71% of the adult workforce is currently working remotely. More surprising is that 54% of working adults in the U.S. want to remain working from home once the pandemic has ended. Are you interested in working from home or other flexible working forms as an employee… Continue reading Perks of Flexible Working: Boost Productivity and Work-Life Balance
Why should you focus on developing an Inclusion and Diversity Strategy in your workplace? Companies today must demonstrate a culture of diversity and inclusion in order to succeed. Potential employees and customers consider these qualities to be critical. Many RFPs even require a section on diversity and inclusion, where bidders must demonstrate their commitment to these… Continue reading Developing an Inclusion and Diversity Strategy in the Workplace
Going through a mass exodus at work or managed a whole team that quit on you? High employee turnover is demoralizing & can get expensive quickly.
Let’s be honest, startup recruitment is easier said than done. When a company is new and doesn’t yet have a reputation or online presence, it probably won’t attract the best applicants. Equally, it might not yet have the money to pay for the very best talent. When you’re growing your startup, you want to have… Continue reading How do You Recruit for a Startup?
Recruiting Daily splashes this surprising (or not) stat above the fold: 23% of Startups Fail because of an Inadequate Team. Wait What? But I thought most would fail because they got no traction, didn’t find a product-market fit and of course burnt through a lot of money and ended up with nothing to show for… Continue reading The Dangers of Hiring the Wrong Talent
For many startups, an HR department is a thing of the past, something only large corporations deal with. However, there are times that even if you don’t have an official Human Resources division, you need to do the work traditionally associated with this department. So when can you do it on your own, and when… Continue reading Bootstrapping your HR