Employee Engagement & Company Culture | TINYpulse | Recruiting and Hiring Strategies (2)

How to Create a Company Culture That Attracts Millennials

When executives are asked about their companies' most competitive advantages, without fail they declare "It's our people."  So why do so many companies come up short when it comes to recognizing, coaching, and helping to fulfill the talent potential of their employees? To learn more, I spoke with Rochelle Reiter, Agency Principal at Orange Label, a leading response marketing agency known for its unconventional, but effective, core value: the color orange. This summer, the Newport Beach based company earned a spot on the Orange County Business Journals' list of Best Places to Work so I was super excited to get Rochelle's thoughts on a powerful but, often neglected, set of leadership skills.  READ MORE: THE 2019 COMPLETE GUIDE TO COMPANY CULTURE

CEO of Top-Ranking Workplace Discusses How to Hire for Cultural Fit

To start this series, I kept it simple: talk to people who have demonstrated outstanding qualities of leadership when it comes to company culture. My first guest, Randy Stocklin of One Click Ventures, easily ticks all boxes on the leadership qualities list. Randy Stocklin co-founded One Click with his wife Angie in 2005. They’ve been featured on The Today Show, The Wall Street Journal, and last year won a spot on Inc. Magazine’s 50 Best Places to Work in America. One Click owns and operates 3 successful eyewear brands on the web: Felix + Iris, Sunglass Warehouse, and Readers.com.

The Mark Roberge Model: How to Hire, Train, and Develop Employees

Is there a right way to hire people? Just like there's no one perfect way to manage a team, there's no one perfect way to hire and train employees. However, there are best practices for doing so.

The Complete Guide to Hiring with Social Media

Does your company have its sights set on hiring the best candidates? If so, in today's ever-escalating war for talent, you may need to bolster your recruitment strategy.

5 Strategies Top Recruiters Use to Hire Candidates That Love Their Roles

Believe it or not, nearly half of new hires fail within the first 18 months of starting a job.

What Is Inbound Recruiting and Why Is It Important?

By now you’ve no doubt heard of inbound marketing, a marketing strategy that attempts to gain new customers through a combination of blogs, SEO, social media, and other forms of content marketing. The idea is simple: create great content and publish it in the right places, and customers will ultimately seek it out. Over time, a successful inbound marketing strategy allows companies to enjoy huge revenue hauls without having to exert effort reaching out to customers directly.

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