Employee Engagement

Culture is King: The Importance of Culture in Recruitment

Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on email This is the 3rd and final interview with Chad Lafferty, Managing Director of Wahl+Case and Board Director of EQIQ talking about the importance of hiring, training and creating a cohesive culture in the recruitment industry. Watch the full interview here or read the …

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Randstad Professionals Japan: Leadership Series 3 of 3 (Trusting Your Employees to Deliver)

 This is third and final post in the Randstad Leadership Series and it was great to get Cameron’s insight into how they have adapted and stayed ahead of the curve during these challenging times. Follow the Randstad Professionals story and stay tuned for more thought leadership content on the Randstad Professionals page on the Motionworks …

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Coffee for Closers (Podcast): Episode 1 (How to Keep Employees Engaged While Working Remotely

How to Keep Employees Engaged While Working Remotely We are in very uncertain times but that does not mean we have to disregard some common issues that are always common with employee satisfaction regardless if you are working next to each other or remotely.  I think that employee engagement is probably higher now between colleagues …

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The COVID Complex & Online Etiquette

I came across an article the other day about a new hire at a Japanese company that was fired because he was “out of frame” on webinars.  See story here:  https://mothership.sg/2020/05/japanese-fired-out-of-frame-zoom/ While I do not know how accurate or valid this story is, it would not surprise me if it did happen, especially with a Japanese …

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How to Keep Your Employees Engaged During Remote Working

In the past couple of months, many things have changed in Japan. We’re only here at the end of the first quarter of 2020 and we’re already faced with huge challenges. So, I’ve made a conscious effort to come out every week with a video blog, a vlog, addressing some of the issues. There’s a …

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