Corporate cultures have been undergoing quite a transformation in recent years. Remote and hybrid work have already taken root in our system. Our style and also the way we perform our duties has changed. In addition, flexibility plays an increasingly important role in choosing a workplace. If you are looking for a remote and flexible employment opportunity – you will very likely love the concept of work-life fit! It’s no longer a trend, it’s a reality.
More and more new technologies and new tools are entering the HR industry… including for communication. In our Talent Story podcast, we spoke with Anna Kusa (CEO of Rekruterka Radzi) about whether and how HR professionals can find their way on the Tik Tok platform. Are the videos posted by Recruiters gaining attention? How to communicate with Generation Z? Are short videos recorded as part of recruitment and added to resumes the future in recruiting for certain positions? Keep reading to learn more!
The problem of job burnout is affecting more and more people. What makes us “burn out” professionally? How can we avoid this? What can help us with this? What can employers do to take care of employee well-being? We answer!
The acquisition of knowledge today compared to just a few or a dozen years ago is enormously different. The growing number of specialists and changes in the labour market has made it possible for everyone to share their knowledge in the form of course books, articles or audio or video recordings. We have the option of developing through listening or reading, depending on our preference. Today you will see some recommendations of books, podcasts or articles from Talent Place recruiters, among others.
In the HR Changers podcast hosted by Talent Place, we spoke with Marek Piechocki, co-founder and CEO of one of the fastest growing apparel companies in Central and Eastern Europe – LPP. The company has been developing clothing brands for more than 30 years: Reserved, Mohito, House, Cropp, Sinsay, available in nearly 40 markets worldwide. […]
Currently, we are seeing a change in companies’ approach to creating an internal organizational culture. There is an increasing talk of a 4-day workweek, reduced working hours, flexible work tailored to needs or unlimited vacations. In this article, we look at the topic of the 4-day work week, which more and more companies are opting for. How will reducing the number of workdays to 4 affect the efficiency of the teams and the achievement of their goals?
In order for the team to work effectively, it should be given tasks that are defined as precisely as possible by the manager. Both sides need to understand each other. The way the requirements will be presented affects the quality and efficiency of the activities carried out by the employee (e.g. Recruiter). And also the final result of the project. So, how do you delegate tasks appropriately in your team so that unnecessary grumbles and misunderstandings do not arise?
Want to find out what is important when recruiting programmers? Read this article!
Getting a customer, and keeping one, can seem like a challenge. Shaping customer relationships will be simpler and more effective if we add something from ourselves into the whole process. How to do it? What qualities do you develop in yourself? Soft skills play a major role, find out which ones!
Empathy and being aware are currently gaining popularity, and are key skills that leaders and managers should possess. We need supervisors who are close to the people and who, above all, consciously manage themselves.