There’s a perceived need for recognition that is often discussed when considering millennials’ needs as employees in the workplace. The Millennial stereotype is often characterized by the way people think about them. Millennials are thought to be recognition-hungry, praise-mongers who need continuing acclaim. This stereotype is based on a cascading waterfall of stereotypical generalizations that … Read more

“We’re Hiring” signs are pitched on the lawns of organizations nationwide. Available job postings are on most companies’ websites. In short, prospective employees have a lot of options.  As the talent marketplace intensifies, employers must show prospects and employees they do more than offer a job.  Technology, specifically a real-time, automated experience management (EX) platform, … Read more

The past two years of remote offices has changed how we work. Focus is on how to establish a culture in a virtual environment but the truth is many organizations had an accidental culture well before the workplace transformed.  There is a way to achieve an intentional culture regardless of a person’s physical location that … Read more

It’s not surprising HR leadership struggles with inter-generational differences in communication styles, preferences, and expectations.  Or should I say perceived differences between generations like Baby Boomers, Millennials, and Gen X employees.  For organizations to succeed and employees to be satisfied, a new understanding of what generational differences really are, and what they are not needs … Read more

You may have heard the news recently that Experience.com, a disruptive provider of experience solutions, introduced EX by Experience.com. So what is EX all about? Well, it’s an innovative platform that helps organizations hire and retain elite talent by powering people to do their best work. EX by Experience.com helps companies create and implement an … Read more

It is well established that stereotyping in general is inappropriate in corporate America.  What is Stereotyping?  Stereotyping is simply an often unfair and untrue belief that many people have about all people or things with a particular characteristic. It’s like saying all people of the same race think or behave a specific way, when in … Read more

in person meeting of a team

Onboarding new employees is just as important as the interview, and often just as tough. It’s one of the eight steps individuals take during their employee journey.  What is an employee journey? An employee journey includes everything an employee learns, does, sees, and feels from the moment someone looks at your careers page to the … Read more

Virtual Workplace meeting

Many companies are asking, “How do we retain employees in a virtual world?” It’s a valid question. Employers need a way to improve remote employee retention to stay competitive. Let’s take a look at four fundamental retention tactics to improve remote employee retention:   Retention Tactic 1: Define Your Hiring & Work Processes Adopt a … Read more

offer acceptance rates

As more individuals shift roles and companies through the Great Resignation, companies are needing to focus on increasing their offer acceptance rates more than ever before. While it might seem straightforward that your chosen interview candidate accepts your offer, that’s not always the case.   What is an Offer Acceptance Rate (OAR)? Offer Acceptance Rate … Read more