Bosses and managers tended to look positively at workers who worked long hours in the office and to favour chatty employees, extroverts, who have the upper hand in meetings and discussions in the hallways.
Influencer Marketing: More Than a Quarter of Sponsored Publications don’t the Mention Collaboration with the Brand
A recent study by the Autorité de Régulation Professionnelle de la Publicité, in France, reveals the extent of a (bad) influencer marketing practice: the lack of transparency in relations between brands and influencers.
Digital influencer marketing agency Clark Influence explains what TikTok is and how this emerging social network can be an opportunity for brands.
While salary and benefits historically top the list of incentives for current and prospective employees, a new study by ADP Canada and Maru Public Opinion indicates work-life balance now outweighs pay.
When planning to return to the office, the reflex of many is to look, on the one hand, at what employers want and, on the other, at what employees want, as if these two parties were acting independently of each other.
This is what the Khoros and Talkwalker customer engagement and social intelligence digital platforms tackled in a report released last month. Here are the lessons to be learned.
A majority of workers are at the end of their rope or have had enough of their employer. Here is a small list of weird, daring or spectacular resignations, drawn from work of fiction or real life, which gives us pause before committing an irreparable act… or, on the contrary, a beneficial one!
Most companies are about to return to the office in “hybrid” mode, with a minimum requirement to be in the office. And this is confirmed by a more recent ADP Canada survey, where 60% of workers say their plan to return to the office has some form of hybrid schedule.
Jean-Pierre Lauzier, consulting expert and sales consultant, regularly gives his advice on personal and business development on Isarta Infos. Today, he goes back to the distinction between performance and productivity. He explains how to increase the former.
Many large companies have the reflex to post their positions internally before looking for candidates outside the organization. However, this process creates a major problem: internal candidates who are refused tend to withdraw from their work and eventually resign in greater numbers. Researchers have discovered how to mitigate these negative effects.