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Career Development: 5 Activities that Should Be in Every Program

Career development could be a creative way companies fill staffing needs. Every career development program should include these 5 activities.

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The Benefits of Providing Free Food at Work

Did you know that today is National Quiche Lorraine Day? Or that May is National Hamburger Month? These holidays might seem frivolous, but they reflect something big about society: We’re obsessed with food.

Most social gatherings revolve around it — think barbecues, family dinners and Sunday brunches. Even when we’re not eating, we’re often consuming it in another form; food …

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New Phase In the Employee Lifecycle: Unretirement

Traditional employee life cycles include 5 phases from recruitment to exit. Unretirement is a new phase to help company staffing shortages.

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Bookmark This! Aligning Employee Needs With the Learning Process

Learning in the workplace takes planning. Here are resources to guide you through the creation of learner-centric training programs.

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Indeed Interactive Day One Highlights: Indeed Partners with Goodwill, “Crazy Rich Asians” Author Kevin Kwan on Fostering Creativity and More

On Tuesday, over 1800 talent leaders from across the country gathered to join us at the Austin Convention Center in downtown Austin, Texas, to learn how to solve “The Talent Equation.”

This year, there are 12 keynotes and more than 100 speakers spread across 70 breakouts — not to mention a fantastic lineup of speakers on the main stage. Up …

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Employee Referral Programs: Make Them More Effective with Goals

Employee referral programs have become an important way to win the talent war. Does your program have goals? Here are four considerations.

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Mental Health Break – May 15 is #NationalMentalHealthBreak Day

Supporting employee mental health is a key factor for engagement and retention. Employers should support taking a mental health break.

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Plan For the Unexpected – Friday Distraction

Plan for every day problems and the unexpected. Training, practice and communication can help. Good technology can help when you need it most.

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Mother’s Day Report: What Do Working Moms Need from Employers to Succeed?

Having a child changes everything. In addition to being responsible for a brand new human being, parents have to adjust their lives to fit in this new order. One of the hardest things to reconcile is work: how can you be successful as a parent and a professional?

In celebration of Mother’s Day, we spoke to 1,000 working parents. We …

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Define the Line: Using Pop Culture to Educate Employees on Harassment

Harassment continues to be an area of focus for organizations. It should be. Define the Line offers anti-harassment training in the form of a comic book.

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