Evolving Insights

There’s no one-size-fits-all definition of leadership, and leaders come from all backgrounds with many different personalities. The one common factor for developing as a great leader though is this: becoming a great leader takes time and experience. Here are some of the most important habits to regularly practice establishing a foundation for strong leadership. Practice… Read more »

It’s safe to say the hiring process has been impacted by technology. In many ways, this has been an asset to companies. They have access to more data and analysis, allowing them to make better, smarter hiring decisions. They’re able to connect with better quality candidates, reduce time to fill positions, and save time and… Read more »

You already know your employees are the most valuable part of your team. When you factor in the average cost of recruiting, you have a good idea of how expensive it can be to lose top talent. The real cost of losing employees varies based on positions, but it can be costly to lose a… Read more »

You want your executives to have a solid track record of business gains and experience working on projects and strategies that relate to your industry. But are there other, more intangible, qualities that make certain executives more successful than others? Here are some of the most important attributes to look for when hiring your next… Read more »

What happens if you get a job offer at a company, you’re excited to make an impact at, but the offer comes in at a much lower salary than you were expecting, or feel is fair? Follow these tips to figure out what to do if you get a lowball salary offer. 1. Don’t Accept… Read more »

There is a critical difference between contingent staffing and retained search – that difference is candidate neutrality. It might seem a bit odd on the surface. Don’t recruiters champion their own candidates? If you are a client, buying the services of a recruiter, this is one of the most critical differences that directly impacts the… Read more »

Have you ever noticed when the heat rises, productivity slumps? It’s common to find offices facing a downturn in morale and energy after Memorial Day and an increase in distraction and unengaged employees. This can come from the stress of having kids out of school, coordinating before and after work activities, an upcoming (or past)… Read more »

Technology can change everything. Advances in technology usually lead to more accurate data, better processes and better, faster results. The future of oil and gas will be determined by upcoming technology that stands to change the market. Here are the tech trends to keep an eye on. 1. Blockchain Blockchain reduces the risk of fraud… Read more »

Your HR team has a lot going on – from ensuring compliance to managing payroll to recruiting and retaining the best talent. With all of this going on, handling your own hiring isn’t always the most effective way to recruit. Here are three ways your company can save by outsourcing some of your hiring responsibilities…. Read more »

Even the best businesses will lose employees. People move or change fields, go back to school or decide another company is a better fit. Most employees know two weeks’ notice is standard between telling an employer they’re leaving and starting another job. This gives companies some room to start the process of looking for a… Read more »