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With the rise of remote workers and increased focus on work-life balance in corporate spheres, is Yahoo’s ban on teleworking regressive?


 

With the rise of remote workers and increased focus on work-life balance in corporate spheres, is Yahoo’s ban on teleworking regressive?


 

Case Study: How Zoosk boosted its talent acquisition process after integrating an applicant tracking system.

Problem: Social dating site Zoosk needed an applicant tracking system to keep pace with its growth. Lack of email and calendar integration created a slow, inefficient talent acquisition process.

Solution: The company deployed a comprehensive applicant tracking system that was integrated with social media, reducing transactional burdens and increasing referrals while reducing time-to-hire.


 

To overcome low managerial performance, St. Luke’s Hospital & Health Network promoted advocacy and internal brandings.

St. Luke’s Hospital & Health Network emphasizes workforce vitality, in which all leaders, staff and volunteers feel valued and recognized, view themselves as company advocates and the organization as the employer of choice.

In June 2007, St. Luke’s conducted its first formal network-wide employee opinion survey. Managers were presented with scores to indicate their employees’ perceptions on their performance as a supervisor, their opinions of their workgroup’s health and their views of the organization as a whole.


 

Red Frog Events’ off-the-wall corporate culture fuels its talent acquisition employee value proposition.

Walk into a building full of zip lines, a rock-climbing wall, two kegs of beer and a tree house, and people might think they had just entered either a college fraternity house or an amusement park. But when the employees at event production company Red Frog Events walk into such a building, they call it work.

Red Frog’s office isn’t your grandfather’s office. In fact, it’s probably not even your daughter’s. The idea, according to Greg Bostrom, the company’s chief innovation officer, is to create a corporate culture and environment where employees want to be at work.


 

Red Frog Events’ off-the-wall corporate culture fuels its talent acquisition employee value proposition.

Walk into a building full of zip lines, a rock-climbing wall, two kegs of beer and a tree house, and people might think they had just entered either a college fraternity house or an amusement park. But when the employees at event production company Red Frog Events walk into such a building, they call it work.

Red Frog’s office isn’t your grandfather’s office. In fact, it’s probably not even your daughter’s. The idea, according to Greg Bostrom, the company’s chief innovation officer, is to create a corporate culture and environment where employees want to be at work.