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The big mourning for lost employees

Study “Employee Experience: Hired and forgotten!?”

The fact that the process of hiring employees is expensive and complex, no one doubts. The only way around it is to have satisfied, motivated employees who don’t think of a job change. Especially in times when talents and skilled workers are fought for, it is necessary to take more care of your own employees with appropriate measures and to bind them to the company. Easier said than done, as the latest study “Employee Experience: Hired and forgotten!?” by jacando shows. In the study, about 150 employees from Swiss and German companies were surveyed on the topic of “Employee Experience” and its importance nowadays, the great impact that digitalization has on it, and how this impact ultimately affects employee attitudes.… Continue

Digitalization in Europe? Wrong!

Although millions of dollars are invested by governments in digitalization programs, in majority of European SMEs digitalization is still in the early stage of development. About one billion Euros is being wasted in the HR departments of German-speaking DACH countries (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) alone, due to a lack of digitized processes, as a new study by jacando has shown.

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The digital potential is not being used, or: This was not meant with “digitalization”!

Despite the wide range of possibilities such as one-click applications, social recruiting or various mobile recruiting forms, old structures still predominate in all the countries examined. Applications reach 34% of European SMEs by mail and 52% via e-mail.… Continue

Digitalization in Europe? Most wanted!

– By Melissa Rösch –

The big question after the sobering results of our Swiss study – how developed are other European countries in terms of digitalization? How digital are our neighbouring countries when it comes to HR? And how do they actually recruit their talents?

Internet of Things

Looking for a nice café online while on vacation often ends without success which probably not only I as a Marketing(-oriented) Intern have noticed. Most of the time you will not find the best insider tips on the web, but – as in the old days – through word-of-mouth recommendation. However, in times of Instagram and Co, people not only want to look up where to find the best coffee or paella in advance, but also photos of the food and further information.Thanks to the multitude of food bloggers, some restaurants are only listed on Google because of them, but an independent website can sometimes be difficult to find.… Continue

Generation-Maybe-Recruiting

A guest contribution by Lisa Schäfer, manetch

The generation Maybe is considered indecisive, challenging and discontinuous. They are also said to doubt and question everything. This presents companies with an unprecedented challenge. How should they deal with this challenge?

The Millennials demand the surrender of rigid work structures and the introduction of flexible corporate cultures. Having grown up in the digital age with almost endless possibilities of life-shaping and the flow of information, it is difficult for them to find their professional identity and to set themselves a clear goal. There are no limits to self-optimization and implementation, which lead to difficulties for both workers and employers.… Continue

Digitalisation: without us! SMEs are giving away 130 Million CHF

 

That the digitalization is revolutionizing work is a fact and has changed the workday of companies in each and every size fundamentally. Possibilities to raise a company’s efficiency exist in many ways thanks to the digitalization – but the implementation of these are slow – if at all – to happen. Exactly this is currently happening with HR and recruiting. Besides the efficiency one other aspect especially suffers from this – the finances. In times of a strong Swiss Franc and skills shortages, SMEs are throwing away millions, as shown by the study “HR Management Trends 2016”.

Small and medium enterprises (SME) make up 99% of the companies in Switzerland and employee two thirds of the workforce.… Continue

HRM 4.0: not yet with us! Summarizing the Personal Swiss

The world of employment is undergoing a digital transformation process, which does not spare the world of HR. while online vacancies and application methods have become the norm, but often are the extend of what companies are willing to do. A visit to this year’s Personal Swiss, the biggest Swiss convention for HR, has shown, were Swiss companies stand in this process and what advances they must not miss.

boerding397_klein_gerFoto Friederike Tröndle / Personal Swiss

HRM 4.0 – What does the 4.0 mean? HRM (human resource management) 4.0 is derived from Industry 4.0, which designates a German development program with the goal to connect people and machines to simplify all processes.… Continue