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According to Forbes, only 15% of employees worldwide are engaged in their jobs. Employee engagement has an impact on productivity, company culture, quality of work, profitability, and retention. Low engagement in the workplace is only hurting your business and pulling your company away from your goals and aspirations. Here are 9 ways to ensure that employee engagement is at an all-time high this year.
An interview is an integral part of your career search and as an interviewee, it’s not only important that you look presentable, make eye contact, and field any questions that are thrown at you, but it’s equally valuable to be prepared to ask your own set of questions. An interview is a two-way street and the interviewer actually expects you to come to the conversation with questions. Here are 5 questions for the end of your interview that will impress the person across the table and end the conversation on a solid note.
The hiring process doesn’t end when you extend an offer to your top candidate. Start your new employee off with a welcoming and productive first day that will smoothly begin the transition to becoming an integral part of your team. Here are 7 tips to ensure that your new hire leaves their first day feeling excited for the second one.