When’s the last time you took notice of a job well done by an employee? If you noticed, did you reach out—even with a simple thank you? Turns out that not doing so may be detrimental to your employees’ feel-good vibes about your company. Only about one-third of employees feel passionate about their jobs—and if
We’re thrilled to announce that CoreAxis Consulting has been named one of the 50 Smartest Companies of 2017 by The Silicon Review! This recognition is earned based on a number of factors that exhibit a company as a leader in the field. We’re honored to have been given this distinction, as part of The Silicon
Recruiting and hiring the right talent is a process most organizations spend valuable resources on. Where many fall short though, is in the process completed over the first few days after a new hire begins: orientation. Most organizations fail to introduce, immerse, train and integrate new employees well in those first crucial days. Which is
Employees aren’t able to course correct when they can’t see their own mistakes. And though it may not be a pleasant part of a manager’s job, providing critical feedback is an important aspect of helping employees grow and succeed. By providing it, managers help them recognize where they’re falling short and how they can improve.
Traditional performance management solutions have typically been formal programs and annual review processes designed with an organization’s goals in mind. But they’re failing us. In conjunction with considering a more ongoing approach, to innovate and improve the process so that it actually adds value to an organization, HR professionals should consider adopting design thinking in
The simplest of stories can elicit emotion in all of us. Take Tom’s shoes for example, their brand exploded onto the market and continues to grow today, all based on a simple story that we humans felt good being a part of and sharing with others. Their story? Buy a pair of their shoes, and
Very few U.S. employees report being highly engaged and satisfied at their jobs. This fact has left business leaders in every industry scrambling to figure out how to improve the situation and foster higher employee morale and loyalty. Finding and recruiting top talent is challenging enough as it is, so the idea of losing said
Managers and employees alike tend to cringe upon hearing the term ‘annual performance review’ and for good reason. Research shows that most of us view them as an ineffective waste of time, and that for a majority of the workforce, they are. So it should come as no surprise that more and more companies are