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Our Best HR & Tech Posts Selection - November 2013

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Global Leadership: Leading A Corporate Culture Across Cultures, by Matt Charney, at Recruiting Blogs

No matter where in the world of work you happen to work, culture is a key competitive differentiator when it comes to success at recruiting and retaining the talent required to drive your business forward...

Employer Branding: Recruiters Help You Tell the Right Story, by Jordy Ordioni, Ere.net

Right now, the biggest trend in recruiting is employer branding, crafting the promise your company makes to its employees. And the biggest trend in marketing is brand storytelling, using content, examples, and experiences to bring your brand to life in the mind of consumers. Combining these trends can bring a powerful presence to your talent acquisition. But it’s not always straightforward…

How to Hire Awesome Employees, by Peter Economy at Inc.

When recruiting for open positions, employers look for candidates with the skills, experience, and demeanor they believe will benefit their organizations. The qualifications for positions can vary widely among organizations and from job to job, but employers tend to look for reliable, hard-working people who they believe will impact their organizations positively and with consistent, high-quality work…

What Comes First — Great Engagement, or Great Work?, by Carina Wytiaz, TLNT.com

 If you’re managing a team you might wonder what comes first: engaged and personally invested employees or productive, great work? Or to put it another way, is an employee doing great work because they’re engaged, or will they become more engaged after doing great work?...

45 Pieces of Career Advice That Will Get You to the Top, by The Daily Muse Editor

When it comes to your career, sometimes it feels like you could use all the advice you can get. From picking the “right” career to actually excelling in it, there’s certainly a lot to learn. And that’s why we’ve gathered our all-time best career advice. From starting out at the bottom of the totem pole to advancing to a more senior position to—who knows?—maybe even branching out to open your own business, we’ve collected 45 of the best tips for whatever stage you’re at in your career…

Fast, Faster, Fastest: How Going Slow Simply Kills Organizations, by Dr. John Sullivan, TLNT.com

You could accurately call me Dr. Speed because I love speed. I don’t mean the speed associated with fast cars, but instead, organizational speed. I really admire large organizations that have a track record of doing everything really fast. Organizational speed means that as a result of purposeful actions, the organization does all important things measurably faster than its competitors.

6 Ways To Build A Successful Work Team, by Philip James, Careerealism.com

Not many people know how to develop a successful work team. In order to feel like you belong to a team, you need to feel like you’re a part of something larger. It’s important to divorce the general notion of team work from developing an effective and intact team based on a specific goal. Oftentimes, people are not able to distinguish between these two things. It is for this reason that many team building seminars, retreats, meetings, and activities fail. Team leaders fail to correctly define the team that they want to build. If you are a manager and you want to build a team that lasts, you will need to adhere to the following tips...

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Meta4, with 1,300 customers in 100 countries, manages more than 18 million people worldwide. The company’s R&D&I center located in Spain (Madrid) develops HR applications capable of meeting local and global needs of all types of organizations. The editorial team is made up of professionals with over 15 years of experience in the HR technology field.

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