Inclusion Begets Retention in 2019

Diversity matters. So does inclusion. But many employers struggle to properly address both so that one agenda doesn’t push the other aside — and it’s costing them talented players, productivity, and revenue. What’s the difference? Simply put, diversity is often used to put people in seats, and inclusion helps to keep them there. Of course,…

How to Show Candidates You’re Diverse

If you’re like most industry-leading organizations, you’ve already revamped your website and policies to be more inclusive and you’re working hard (and having hard conversations) to make sure you’re addressing any deficiencies in diversity within your company. So, why go the extra step to highlight your diversity and inclusion efforts in your interview process? It’s…

How to Respond to Negative Glassdoor Reviews

Negative Glassdoor reviews can be initially biting — we get it. But effectively responding to company reviews, both positive and negative, is part of any solid employee engagement and employer branding strategy. In fact, 62% of job seekers say their perception of a company improves after seeing an employer respond to a review, according to…

How to Prevent Job-Hopping From Overtaking Your Team

Using the term “record-breaking” to describe today’s economy isn’t hyperbole. The economic recovery that started in mid-2009 is now the second-longest in U.S. history (Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis). But hidden among the employment statistics is a metric that poses an increasing challenge for middle managers: the “quit” rate. The Bureau of Labor Statistics tracks voluntary separations…

5 CEO Responses on Glassdoor Worth Reading

Think responding to Glassdoor reviews is solely the responsibility of HR personnel? Think again. When an executive responds to employee reviews, it demonstrates that even at the highest levels, the company appreciates its employees, takes feedback seriously and is always looking to improve. We’ve published numerous blog posts and guides on how to craft effective…