In This War for Talent: Retain Employees & Improve Culture at the Same Time! 

Gratitude is directly linked to an individual’s well-being, happiness, and improves overall relationships. Furthermore, showing gratitude in the workplace also has many benefits. Studies show that something as simple as saying “thank you” to employees motivates them to be more productive.  

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8 Signs Your Hiring Process is Exceptional

From reflecting on your company’s culture to employees challenging the “norm” – here are 8 signs that your hiring process is exceptional. For more on improving hiring processes, check out Wejungo’s Hiring Roadmap.

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3 Ways to Support Women in the Workplace

Women have worked very hard for equality in the workforce, and over the past 30 years – they have made noticeable strides.   Here are three ways to help bridge the gap between men and women in the workplace.

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Meet Our Woman of the Month: Amee Aragon

Amee is one of Wejungo’s finest employees and we couldn’t be more proud to interview her in honor of Women’s History Month.  Amee began working with us after a career break from one of the most important jobs, being a mom to her 3 young children.  We have chosen to spotlight Amee because she is an outstanding example of a woman who truly “does it all”.  Get to know Wejungo’s woman of the month!

 

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Why We Love Women (And You Should, Too!)

Women make a HUGE positive difference for businesses. Not only are they exceptionally engaged managers, they balance work and life extremely well but they also excel at providing positive feedback. All have a tremendously positive impact on businesses including increasing productivity, engagement, retention, communication, creativity and profit.

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Hiring Managers: How to Interview Better

Organizations must invest in educating and empowering their employees to increase the chances that every single hire will be GREAT. So, for the hiring managers who have not been trained yet, here are 5 simple tips for you BEFORE you interview a candidate.

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Yes: Hiring Managers AND anyone who interviews candidates NEED interview training

Many hiring managers conduct unstructured interviews, have unconscious biases and make their hiring decision based off who they feel good about.  And more often than not – the candidates they hire are underperforming, not a culture-fit, or they simply don’t last. Here are three things to expect when a hiring manager is properly trained on interviewing.

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