November 14, 2019

Category: Guest Posts

4 Reasons Peer-to-Peer Recognition and Rewards Should Be the New Normal

Time doesn’t do refunds. Nor does it offer any rewards. It’s a pithy statement made famous by David Hieatt, creator of the DO Lectures. In his talks to entrepreneurs, he says, “The ‘Time Bank’ won’t tell you how to spend it. Time poorly spent will not be replaced with more time.” Put that into perspective. […]

IP Telephony: The Future Of Cloud Telecommunications

Telephony is an important element when doing business. Whatever the size of your company and the activity it carries out, it will require telephony services to function properly. Through telephone calls, the company can quickly and directly contact customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders. However, telecommunications technology has come a long way in recent years. This […]

How AI is Changing The Way We Work and Personalize Tasks

In today’s highly competitive global economy, organizations are tasked with ensuring employee engagement and productivity. But year over year, they keep falling flat with rising attrition rates, leaving everyone uncertain of what’s to come and who’s the next to leave. One major factor to these plummeting levels of employee engagement is the changing nature of […]

Use Recruitment Marketing Automation to Optimize Your Talent Pipeline

Whether you’re a well-established business or a burgeoning startup, your talent pipeline is one of your most valuable assets. If you have an existing flow of interested, qualified applicants into your hiring process at all times you can be virtually assured of quicker time to fill, quicker time to hire, and, as a result, lower […]

How AI Can Improve Employee Experience in 2019

Workplace culture has become a common phrase in boardrooms as companies examine the success of companies with high-profile cultures like Google and Asana. These organizations share a crucial trait: they know that in a highly competitive marketplace, culture can provide a business advantage by ensuring employees are happy, effective and empowered to produce great work. […]

What Generation Z’ers Want at Work?

In the United States alone, an estimated 61 million people belong to Generation Z, outnumbering Generation X’ers and representing about two-thirds the size of the Baby Boom cohort. As legions of Gen Z’ers move into the workforce, companies face new challenges and opportunities in the quest to attract and retain top talent. The data is […]

How a Startup Can Enable Successful Managers

There’s a common assumption that a role in “talent” is focused primarily on recruiting. While that’s certainly a part of the role, the reality is that enabling a successful business means staying with the talent even after orientation. Along these lines, one of the best parts of my role at Aki Technologies is ensuring that […]

Employee Engagement: Leave No Generation Behind

Baby boomers, Gen X, millennials, and Gen Z make up today’s workforce. There is a ton of research on each generation. We have insights into how they prefer to be managed and what motivates different generations. We have insights into their career goals and how they communicate. With multiple generations in the workplace, do we […]

No One Is Reading Your Handbook, But They Could Be

No one reads employee handbooks. I know, I know. It’s frustrating, but it’s more than likely true. In fact, people don’t really read deeply in general at all — studies have shown they skim. (You’re probably skimming this article for the headings too, right?) So, let’s think about this reality in light of employee handbooks, […]

Continuous Adaptability: Distributing the Future More Evenly

Enterprises today understand that the future they need to plan for is already here. Or as William Gibson, an American-Canadian science-fiction writer wrote, “The future is here. It’s just not widely distributed yet.” How organizations are responding to the idea of a future that is already here varies. However, while it is interesting to watch […]
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