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On-Boarding is the process of integrating new employees into a company. Significant are the first steps, because the successful “On-Boarding” of a new employee increases the satisfaction and performance, while potential stress factors can be avoided. The motivation and euphoria that every new employee brings along can be excelled through efficient integration and thus have a direct impact on the quality of work. But what ensures an optimal On-Boarding process and how can it be facilitated?
Where does the introduction process begin and when does it end?
For a company, integrating an employee begins with the publication of a job advertisement.… Continue
The most exciting digital trends in HR software include artificial (and virtual) intelligence and big data. Which applications are relevant in HR and how can these change recruiting, employee and talent management as well as the collaboration within the company? We wrote in our last article about Big Data in connection with Artificial Intelligence in HR, this article is about chatbots in recruiting and what impact artificial intelligence has on the HR work of the future.
Chatbots in recruiting
Even in recruiting chatbots already do their job. On career pages, for example, they automatically answer questions about vacancies, career opportunities or about the company. … Continue
The most exciting digital trends in HR software include artificial (and virtual) intelligence and big data. Which applications are relevant in HR and how can these change recruiting, employee and talent management as well as the collaboration within the company? Do you even have the potential to change HR management?
Digitization trend: big data
Big Data is a key word that has been haunting the heads of HR decision makers for a long time. At the beginning Big data has to be understood as huge amounts of data collected from a wide variety of areas: the Internet, radio, social media, virtual assistive devices and, and, and. … Continue
Demographic change. Generation X, Y and Z. And each of these generations brings new demands to the working world. But how big are the differences between the generations? And how is it possible to satisfy one generation without neglecting the other?
So different, yet similar?
First of all a brief overview: At the moment, we are talking about four different generations on the labor market. The babyboomers (approx. year of birth 1946 – 1964) are regarded as industrious and loyal workers. In contrast, for the generation X (approx. 1965 – 1980) the work takes a less important part in their life.… Continue
In an earlier article we already discussed what exactly is meant with cultural fit and why it is a good choice for companies to consider it while looking for new employees. As a reminder: employees with a good cultural fit tend to stay longer in a company, are more motivated and help to create a harmonious teamwork. On the other hand, cultural fit shouldn’t be seen as a synonym for uniformity, because this would not be a good thing for the company either. All of this is easier said than done. The question here is, how one can find a cultural fit.… Continue