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Having engaged employees is highly important to any business. When employees are engaged, they are so committed to the company and its goals that they give their best effort. In fact, Gallup research found that companies with more engaged employees yield higher productivity, more satisfied customers, and lower turnover, among other benefits. Despite the value...

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Talent acquisition and recruitment are terms often used interchangeably, but there are some distinct differences between the two. While recruitment is more short-term focused and involves the process of filling a position, talent acquisition is a long-term strategy for establishing a talent pipeline that meets a company’s key staffing needs. Recruitment can actually be a...

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Gen Z has just begun to enter the workforce, bringing with it a fresh set of skills, achievements, and knowledge. Gen Z candidates are digital natives, highly ambitious, and prone to leveraging social networking in every aspect of life, including their job search. However, just because Gen Z candidates are digitally minded doesn’t mean that...

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WHAT IS A FULL LIFE CYCLE RECRUITING STRATEGY? A full life cycle recruiting strategy is one that comprises the complete recruiting process, from defining the position to hiring and onboarding the chosen candidate. In small and medium-sized businesses, it’s common for one person to lead and execute the full life cycle recruitment process from start...

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Dignity Health Global Education (DHGE), the leading healthcare workforce development company, and Goodwall, the social career and education platform for the future workforce, have teamed up to help address the nationwide shortage of well-trained professionals in the healthcare industry. The healthcare industry faces significant challenges as it looks to address the changing needs of the...

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Today’s young talent is diverse, entrepreneurial, and more tech-savvy than previous generations. Young professionals are also entering the workforce in large numbers, causing employers to take notice of the new generation of talent. According to recent studies, Generation Z (individuals born after 1996) will account for 40 percent of all consumers and 36 percent of...

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Organizations understandably want to hire individuals who are aligned with their mission, as research shows that achieving an optimal fit delivers benefits to both the company and employees. Studies have found that when employees are passionate about their company’s mission, they stay with the company longer and may be more engaged and perform better. Cultural...

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The next generation of employees—Generation Z—possesses a range of talents and achievements ready to be applied in today’s workplace. However, when it comes to recruiting members of Generation Z, it takes more than the traditional recruiting methods to attract them. Gen Zers need to connect with your employer brand in ways that go beyond visiting...

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There are an estimated 61 million members of Generation Z (individuals born in the mid-1990s to early 2000s) who are beginning to enter the workforce. Generation Z is the first generation of digital natives, to whom the constant use of digital tools for just about everything is second nature. In addition to their digital mindset,...
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