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Posted by Jay Floersch on Thu, November 16, 2017

Haven’t you always wanted to be a fly on the wall during an interview, just to see what the interviewer(s) ask and how prospective candidates answer?  Well, CNBC’s “The Job Interview” is doing just that and we thought we’d take a look at the good and the bad in what we are calling “After the Interview.”  Join our very own Jay Floersch, Vice President of RPO & Talent Solutions, as he recaps Week 2 as our guest blogger!

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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Wed, November 15, 2017

Many consultants and analysts would have us believe that the future will bring fundamental changes in how we do our jobs. That, of course, is what keeps them in business. However, what changes can HR leaders realistically expect when it comes to managing workforce engagement? And, to what extent is the past a prologue to the future? We put these questions to Engage2Excel’s Chief Scientific Officer, Jack Wiley, Ph.D., who has three decades of experience in conducting engagement surveys and analyzing global trends. You’ll find a summary of Jack’s answers in our latest article, The Future of Workforce Engagement.

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Posted by Jay Floersch on Thu, November 9, 2017

Haven’t you always wanted to be a fly on the wall during an interview, just to see what the interviewer(s) ask and how prospective candidates answer?  Well, CNBC’s “The Job Interview” is doing just that and we thought we’d take a look at the good and the bad in what we are calling “After the Interview.”  Join our very own Jay Floersch, Vice President of RPO & Talent Solutions, as he recaps each episode every Thursday as our guest blogger, starting today!

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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Wed, November 1, 2017

More than three-quarters of all U.S. companies recognize employees’ tenure through formal length of service recognition programs. Yet, the question still remains…Do today’s employees still see value in service awards? Find out in What Do Employees Say About Service Awards?, a groundbreaking report based on a survey of 5,000 U.S. employees, representing all major industries and demographic groups.

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