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January 24, 2014

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Coaching your employees; Creating a best place to work

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Coaching your employees; Creating a best place to work

This week’s roundup reveals the correlation between coaching and developing your employees, and creating a best place to work.

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January 20, 2014

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How to build a company with strong core values

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How to build a company with strong core values

The desire to be engaged in purposeful, fulfilling activity is universal; here’s how that desire plays into your business.

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January 25, 2013

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5 for Friday: Workplace Culture Edition

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This week’s 5 for Friday rounds up five stories about the latest trends in workplace culture. Why HR Can’t Innovate. BusinessWeek:“The worst part about effectively useless corporate recruiting is the notion that the best-qualified candidate for a job is the one willing to climb over the most piles of broken glass to get the job.” [...]

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April 20, 2012

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Monster 5 for Friday: Performance Review Edition

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Monster 5 for Friday: Performance Review Edition

The breadth of communications options is similar to the workplace communication landscape. The structure of performance reviews, types and frequency of management communication with employees, as well as accessibility for employees to give feedback to their superiors.

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March 16, 2012

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Monster 5 for Friday: Goldman Sachs Edition

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Monster 5 for Friday: Goldman Sachs Edition

This week, when top executive Greg Smith announced his resignation in a very public op-ed in the New York Times, critics began to compare his resignation methods to business dealings more akin to the popular show, Mad Men. Human resources leaders may have viewed Mr. Smith’s resignation as an HR retention disaster, lacking all steps [...]

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January 30, 2012

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5 Tips for Empowering Your Employees Through Customer Feedback

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5 Tips for Empowering Your Employees Through Customer Feedback

One of the best investments you can make as a manager, executive, or business owner is in making your employees successful. Companies focused on making their employees happy and successful are more innovative, productive and create exceptional customer experiences. Put simply, happy employees make happy customers. A sure way to make your employees successful is to provide them with consistent, direct and real time feedback. It’s also a great way to reinforce a culture of excellent customer service and keep your employees engaged.

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December 8, 2011

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Social Media Can’t Fix What’s Broken With HR and Recruiting

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Social Media Can’t Fix What’s Broken With HR and Recruiting

A couple years ago, I thought that social media, at least when it came to HR and recruiting, was an online bubble bound to burst quicker than you can say Second Life. After all, HR professionals tend to suffer from stasis, and that’s slowed the growth of social media somewhat, but not the increasing awareness that we’ve got to do something different to really make a difference.

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November 17, 2011

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Millennials in the Workplace: Solving the “Gen Y Problem”

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Millennials in the Workplace: Solving the “Gen Y Problem”

The perceived shortcomings of Millennials are well documented: we’re know-it-alls, arrogant, pushy, and want to get hired higher up the ladder than the bottom rung we deserve. There’s a perception that social media is the silver bullet for reaching Gen Y candidates and consumers, but paradoxically, these online networks seem to be the launching pad for perpetuating these myths and stereotypes.

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November 11, 2011

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Saluting Monster’s Veteran Voices With Patrick Manzo

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Saluting Monster’s Veteran Voices With Patrick Manzo

Here at Monster, hiring veterans is more than a best practice – it’s a value we live every day. That’s why this Veterans’ Day, we’re featuring some of our own leaders who have transitioned from the military to the civilian workforce – and how their military experience is helping Monster, and its customers, win the war for talent.

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