7 Dec 2021

From the country to the city: helping young employees relocate for work

As a former country dweller, I cannot emphasise the daunting transition between the simple countryside and a massive city. The countryside is a place of minimal traffic and large backyards. The city is a place of possibilities, motorways a...

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9 minutes

1 Dec 2021

How to achieve workspace productivity using the 5 senses

Optimise workspace productivity using the five senses as a guide. What do I mean by this? Our senses drive our motivation, focus and attitudes during every living moment. We need to appease these senses as much as we can to remain comforta...

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11 minutes

25 Nov 2021

Why professional work attire may want to loosen its tie

From the title, you may be wondering what I mean by professional work attire ‘loosening its tie’- let me explain. ‘Loosening the tie’ refers to a workplace easing restrictive or uncomfortable clothing that may fall under the &#...

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10 minutes

22 Nov 2021

How to pull your team out of a creative block

One of the most frustrating things is when your car’s tires get bogged. No matter how hard you push on the accelerator or attempt to push the car out of the mud, nothing prevails. That’s what a creative block feels like. Our minds can get ...

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10 minutes

17 Nov 2021

8 useful tips when choosing the best Org Chart Creator for HR

Ninety percent of the best companies in the world don’t have an org chart tool that HR/managers can trust as a reliable and up to date single-source-of-truth.  When purchasing recruitment software, there are many things to consider: A reli...

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10 minutes

12 Nov 2021

Hard skills vs soft skills: What is the priority when hiring a new emplo...

Today’s million-dollar question: what should be the priority when hiring a new employee; soft skills or hard skills? It is truly dependent on the role, but from my experience, we shouldn’t undervalue or underestimate a candidate’s soft ski...

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9 minutes

9 Nov 2021

Ghostbusters: why ghosting job applicants can be harmful to your business

Have you ever heard of the term ‘ghosting’? It’s a term typically used to describe one person ignoring the other. This phrase has now crossed into the business world, and in this case, the recruiting process. Having been on the receiving e...

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9 minutes

4 Nov 2021

Hop onboard: how to make remote onboarding successful

There is the first day for everything- school, university, a new job. Today, our first days may appear differently from what they used to be. COVID-19 has introduced us to a world of remote-first days. When onboarding a remote employee, it...

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9 minutes

29 Oct 2021

HR, let’s go for a walk

In our work, we need to come up with comprehensive solutions to ensure that our company thrives. Throughout the working day, we all need a little break to gain some clarity. We need to distance ourselves from the task at hand and find a th...

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9 minutes

22 Oct 2021

Mental Health, The Workforce Welcomes You

Let me start by saying this, Mental health illnesses are nothing to be ashamed of. It is not a quality that defines you or an aspect of someone’s personality to be judged. The attitudes of the past are no longer the attitudes of the presen...

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10 minutes

20 Oct 2021

Top 3 Dynamite Recruitment Marketing Strategies – Deep Dive

Recruiting talent has never had more avenues than today. There’s a wide world full of potential candidates to choose from. But these candidates also have choices. Even if you are attracting this top talent, the next step is to keep them ar...

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11 minutes

28 Sep 2021

Cover Letters: Are They Essential Reading?

Are you the type of human resources professional who pores over cover letters or just gives each one a quick glance? Or maybe—dare we say it—you’re the type who doesn’t even look at cover letters at all. There is no doubt a variety o...

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14 minutes