New Employee Acculturation: Measure, Engage, and Immerse

Traditional approaches to employee onboarding are often more simplistic than they are successful. Transactional onboarding automates the onboarding process to transition new employees into their new roles, while acculturation onboarding, also known as socialization, quickens the new employee to effectiveness. Learn more about the two onboarding methods, and compare how they can bring you a return on investment (ROI).

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Modern Finance in the Digital Age: Measure and Respond Best Practices

Leveraging big data and social media is crucial not only in order for businesses to remain relevant and competitive in today’s global marketplace, but also in order to develop and maintain a new successful business model capable of responding quickly to market behaviors. Businesses need to respond to these powerful and important sources of data found within the “third platform” of online social interaction, cloud technology, mobility of customers, and information sharing. This digital data, combined... Read More

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Unlimited gourmet food, lunchtime massages, and an onsite gym may be nice perks, but they often have little direct effect on employee engagement. Often companies only think of giving employees more tangible objects in an effort to retain top-notch talent. But a majority of the time what employees are looking for isn't an increased salary or more company benefits—they want a sense of community, opportunity to grow in their field, and a culture that inspires them. It's time for companies to think... Read More

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