12 Employee Survey Questions to Ask Your Workplace Today


The employee survey is a concrete snapshot of your workplace at a moment in time. My personal view is that employee surveys should be done more than just annually which can get expensive and time consuming.

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Survey Finds Digital Talent In Greatest Demand

Resume Bear

Company executives struggling to attract and retain top talent may find that the challenge is even greater than they fear, according to the results of a new survey. Key Findings 2012 Job Satisfaction and Salary Survey. Notes on Survey Methodology and Analysis.

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Survey Shows Marginal Rise in Salary Increases in 2012

Resume Bear

A new survey by Aon Hewitt reveals that salaries for U.S. According to Aon Hewitt’s survey of more than 1,300 U.S. According to Aon Hewitt’s survey, workers in some U.S. Salary Trends compensation Salary salary increases salary survey

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#SHRM Benefits Survey: 40% More Companies Offer Telecommuting


According to SHRM’s 2016 Employee Benefits Survey , published today, 40% more organizations offer telecommuting in 2016 than in 1996. It’s not that I didn’t expect to see a dramatic increase in telecommuting reflected in the survey.


Does Your Employee Engagement Survey Serve You? Really?

David Zinger

Here is the headline from a recent article: Is it time to sack the annual employee engagement survey? Also we need to be aware of the cost of the survey and what could be done with the money we spend. Let’s bring employee engagement into the year 2015.

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87% of Companies Are Losing Gen Y Workers, And It’s Costly


In fact, according to a survey , 30 percent of companies lost 15 percent or more of their Gen Y employees in the last year. These losses cost companies anywhere from $15,000 to $25,000. These losses cost [.]

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Friday Factoid #29: Employee Engagement and Cost Reduction

David Zinger

What does cost reduction cost us? 47% of companies surveyed in a cost reduction and engagement survey by AON Hewitt reported a decline in employee trust as a result of the way in which they managed cost reductions. Cost reduction can cost us trust.

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Time Management Issues That Are Costing Executives BIG!

Resume to Referral

hours each week in meetings, Accountemps Survey" "According to Forbes ASAP, the typical executive today wastes 150 hours a year, almost one month, searching for lost information. IABO states: "The Wall Street Journal reports that the average U.S. executive wastes six weeks per year retrieving misplaced information from messy desks and files. For an executive earning $75,000 a year, that translates to a loss of $9,221 – 12.3 percent of total earnings.

Disengaged Employees Cost US Employers $350 Billion Per Year


They cost your organization time and money either in workplace unproductivity, turnover costs, training, and lost opportunities. How Disengaged Employees Cost the Organization. Your disengaged workforce cost the organization in many different ways.

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21 Million Americans Will Change Jobs in 2012 Costing $2 Trillion


Harris Interactive and Cornerstone OnDemand just released a study finding that more than 21 million Americans will change jobs in the next 12 months costing employers a total of more than $2 Trillion. The survey also includes a telling infographic which is included below.

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Reference Checks Remove One in Five Job Candidates From.

Resume Bear

Jun, 2010 16 Comments A strong resume and interview may place job seekers in the running for a position, but a new survey from OfficeTeam finds the results of a reference check can be the real deal maker — or breaker.

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Fix the Problem before It Occurs: Hire the Right Candidate


A survey performed by CareerBuilder revealed that 41 percent of companies estimate that a bad hire costs more than $25,000, and 25 percent said it costs more than $50,000. Besides such costs, which are extraordinarily high—and which can be avoided—there are other contributing elements: ones […] The post Fix the Problem before It Occurs: Hire the Right Candidate appeared first on WorkAlpha.

Employee Benefits Examined: What’s Important Across the Country?


The fourth annual Aon Hewitt Benefits and Trends Survey asked a range of professionals in HR across all sectors a number of questions relating to employee benefits. The four key areas of the survey were defined-contribution pensions, health and risk benefits, flexible benefits and communications. It seems that the key finding of the survey when it comes to pensions is the auto-enrolment of employees, with preparation for this the key objective for most employers.

Creating Auditions for Senior Managers

Hiring Technical People

If you read the comments, you see I’m not into surveys or psychometric assessments. However, if you do a job analysis, and forgo the psychometric assessment in favor of a customized audition, you will reduce your cost to hire, and find someone who will fit your culture.

C-suite Executives and Social Media: Are You Resistant or Engaged?

Executive Career Brand

The opportunity cost for executives who ignore social media is the loss of voice, and it enables others to shape the brand story and influence brand reputation. Here are some of the survey results: Question: CEO participation in social media leads to better leadership.

4 Candidate Centered Solutions For Your Broken Recruiting Strategy


So instead we complete weekly recruiting reports, create a Excel spreadsheet to manage and evaluate the process, and spend our lives defending and presenting our data when another potential solutions awaits that we avoid at all costs. Survey the Troops.

How to Measure Post-Hiring Success

The Undercover Recruiter

Bad hires continue to cost recruitment companies thousands of lost revenue every year. A recent survey in the UK on bad hires has put the loss at anything between £15,000 to £30,000 per year, with.

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Career Counseling in Workforce Development is Cost-Effective. Who.

Career Key

Friday, October 9, 2009 Career Counseling in Workforce Development is Cost-Effective. Linking the terms cost-effective and workforce development (or any government enterprise) is a risky business these days - but Im going to go out on limb here because Im armed with "think tank" report! workforce development more cost-effective , focusing on One-Stop career centers. How much does The Career Key cost? Career Counseling in Workforce Development is Cost.

Jobvite survey reveals social media is a top recruiting strategy.

Career Solvers

The survey clearly shows a preference based on the quality of candidates and cost-effectiveness for employee referrals and professional social networks, to recruit candidates.

Benefits Enrollment: How Young Professionals Can Enroll With Confidence

Career Realism

More than half of young workers will be choosing their health care benefits for the first time this enrollment season, according to the 2017 Aflac WorkForces Report First-Time Enrollee Survey.* Think about your health care costs. Will my costs be similar to last year?

EEOC is reconsidering their policy regarding Criminal Background.


Surveys & White Papers. Removing Arbitrary Bars to Hiring People with Arrest and Conviction Records Improves Job Availability, Lowers Crime and Social Costs, Experts Tell EEOC. WASHINGTON -- Employers often refuse to hire people with arrest and conviction records even years after they have completed their sentences, leading to recidivism and higher social services costs, experts told the U.S. Be our Friend. Keyword Search HCX for your Favorite Author / Content. Local.

Certified Tips To Become A Successful Real Estate Agent

Ms. Career Girl

You will learn the tricks to map the neighborhood, explain the surveys and several things like encumbrances, liens, documentation, title insurance etc. Remember, even the slightest delay in responding to your clients’ text, email or call can cost you a potential lead.

Before You Change Jobs, Do This!

Professional Resume Services

In a recent survey, almost a quarter of the respondents said that their insurance benefits and out-of-pocket expenses worsened their financial situation more than anticipated. These plans may provide coverage at low or no cost.

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4 Tips For Writing A Powerful Resume

Career Realism

Surveys report that more than half (some say a LOT more than half) of the resumes submitted for any job posting are from completely unqualified candidates. Evaluated current processes and led efforts that restructured operations, leading to a reduction in costs and an increase in revenue.”

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4 Tips For Writing A Powerful Resume

Career Realism

Surveys report that more than half (some say a LOT more than half) of the resumes submitted for any job posting are from completely unqualified candidates. Evaluated current processes and led efforts that restructured operations, leading to a reduction in costs and an increase in revenue.”

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How #HR & Your Workplace Use Social Media #SHRM14


You can access my full slide presentation and download my briefing with the initial results of my survey. . As part of my presentation I released a portion of my workplace social media survey.

The ‘Skills Gap’ Issue For Job Seekers

Career Realism

According to one of the recent surveys from a provider of training courses (Udemy), 61% feel there is a skills gap: 54% – Do not know what they need for their current jobs. 33% – Inadequate skills cost them a promotion or new job. The survey asks about “missing skills.”.

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How to Tell Whether Your Relocation Package or your Closing Skills Suck.

HR Capitalist

(Editor’s Note: Today’s post is brought to you by Allied Van Lines , proud sponsor of the “2012 Workforce Mobility Survey”, designed to capture the voice of HR on topics related to workforce mobility. According to the survey, “gold-plated” packages average $65,333 in value.".

Cut Once Measure Twice. HR Metrics for Training, Retention & Engagement


Many skip ahead to calculate the cost benefit or focus strictly employee retention forgetting the power in numbers, big data , formulas, and measurements. Cost-Benefit Ratio = Total Benefit ÷ Total Cost. ROI = (Total Benefit-Total Cost) ÷ Total Cost.

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60% of Employees Haven’t Gotten Useful Feedback From Boss in 6 Months


In 2012, the Cornerstone OnDemand Survey showed us that 21 million employees would change jobs costing US employers $2 trillion in lost work productivity and other costs associated with employee turnover. Surviving Work.

How Strong is Your Executive Brand Online for Job Search?

Executive Career Brand

According to Jobvite’s 2013 Social Recruiting Survey of 1,600 recruiting and human resources professionals: 94% use or plan to use social media in their recruitment efforts. It takes less time, is much more cost effective, and yields a greater number of qualified candidates than other methods.

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Should You Move for a Job?

Career Alley

What are the costs of moving? Eight out of ten companies reimbursed or paid some relocation costs for transferees or new hires according to Atlas Van Lines. Small firms cover costs less often and are more inclined to offer lump sums instead of reimbursements.

These Are a Few of Our Favorite (Recruitment Marketing) Things


Phoster: This handy app cost 99 cents and is well worth the investment. This free survey creation platform is a viable tool for both workforce research and audience engagement. Surveys, mailings lists?

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Employee Engagement: Nobody Wants an F

David Zinger

HRE Daily recently published an article entitled: Companies Surveyed Flunk Employee Engagement. Yet this approach costs very little and alleviates the limited funding obstacle.

2015 28

New Challenges for Managers in a Changing World of Work


Turnover can cost a company up to 400% of an employee’s annual salary. According to Gallup’s State of the American Workplace survey, 52% of US employees are disengaged. They estimate that the resulting lost productivity costs the US $450 – $550 billion per year.

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3 Warning Signs Your Employees Are Suffering Burnout


According to a new survey from ComPsych , more current employees are suffering burnout. One of the biggest findings from the ComPsych survey was that 22 percent of employees ranked being present at work as more important than getting tasks accomplished and improving performance.

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5 Common HR Goals and How Big Data Can Help You Achieve Them #BigDataHR


Careful review of the characteristics of employees who’ve left recently, along with data about the overall job market and employee satisfaction surveys can help you predict who is likely to leave. Offer the Best Benefits Package at the Best Cost.

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Top 10 HR Blogs of the Week – Time Management & Productivity


” Sixty-eight percent of chief financial officers (CFOs) said they are typically in touch with the office at least once a week while on summer vacation,” according to a Robert Half Management Resources Survey. If You’re On Social Media, You Have Time from Cost of Work. Ever had one of those weeks where no matter what you do, you just can’t catch up?

What Does an Online Degree Mean to Your Career?

Career Alley

According to a Babson Survey Research Group survey, more than 6.7 Online education is becoming a preferred option among students because it provides a convenient, flexible and cost-effective way to get a degree.

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Domestic Violence and HR: Don’t Wait for a Ray Rice Moment


The annual cost of lost productivity due to domestic violence is more than $700 million. The costs of preventative measures are far outweighed by the significant human and economic costs to employees, business, and reputation after a violent incident. In the same Futures Without Violence-SHRM survey, only one-third of organizations offered formal training to employees addressing sexual violence, and one in five offered training on domestic violence and stalking.

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