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  1. Carolyn Kiel

    Carolyn Kiel

    24/07/2016
    Interesting post about the decline of learning portals, and what may be replacing them. What trends are you seeing in the future of learning?
    Carolyn Kiel
    Where Have All the Learning Portals Gone?
    www.clomedia.com Many learning portals are still there — somewhere — but no one is using them. As learning evolves, so must how learners access...
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  2. ProducerMohammed A. Jawad
    Five Tips to Retain Your Best Employees
    Five Tips to Retain Your Best EmployeesBehavior strategist and performance management coach Joe Takash knows the keys to keeping your best employees and all it takes is five simple tips.According to one survey results:65% of companies are concerned about the retention of critical-skill...
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    Navinya Lee
    11/05/2016 #1 Navinya Lee
    I love this article @Mohammed A. Jawad. I think it goes back to the old saying, "quality over quantity". I prefer 5 amazing workers rather than 15 who are just comfortable! Drives me crazy lol
  3. ProducerSharon Jeff George
    Why Good Employees Leave?
    Why Good Employees Leave?I originally posted this article on LinkedIn last month, and wanted to share it here on beBee as well. Please let me know your thoughts and feedback!Are all your talented employee’s job-hopping more than before? What do you think could be the reason...
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    Sharon Jeff George
    26/04/2016 #2 Sharon Jeff George
    #1 Thank you for your lovely comment. Yes titles are totally meaningless in a world of foolish leaders and wise beggars. :)
    Marcel Arvizu
    26/04/2016 #1 Marcel Arvizu
    Good article Sharon. You are absolutely right, the reasons for employees leaving are so simple and easily corrected if the right management is in charge, however as is the case in most companies, the people in charge are not always there because of their merits but because of personal relationships. Titles are meaningless in a world of foolish leaders and wise beggars.
  4. ProducerSharon Jeff George
    Five Things that Good Job Candidates Hate
    Five Things that Good Job Candidates HateI originally posted this article on LinkedIn last month, and wanted to share it here on beBee as well. Please let me know your thoughts and feedback!Organizations are always looking for talented candidates. It is not always certain that management...
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    Sharon Jeff George
    18/04/2016 #8 Sharon Jeff George
    #7 @Clara González Prieto thank you! I appreicate you taking time to comment on this post! :)
    Clara González Prieto
    18/04/2016 #7 Clara González Prieto
    Totally agree, @Sharon Jeff George! I hope some recruiters read your post
    Sharon Jeff George
    18/04/2016 #6 Sharon Jeff George
    #4 @Brian McKenzie Thank you for your valuable comment! You are extremely right about interviewers asking quirky Jr. High type questions - making themselves look like amateurs. This is also one of the reasons why good candidates who are company/culture-wise fit decline the opportunity to work for that organization.
    Brian McKenzie
    18/04/2016 #4 Brian McKenzie
    I missed this on Linked In - thanks for sharing it here. The reason I independent consult - is because of the broken recruitment cycle. You nailed it with the 'NO RESPONSE' is NOT an answer. There is nothing more infuriating, that in this day and age - a large company cannot auto key a canned response. I would expect a small company to actually respond with a note as well - but there is NO EXCUSE for no response. * I would also add - that if your job opening requires a Master's Degree and TEN Years of experience in the market sector - DO NOT ask the candidate their 'spirit animal': This is not Jr. High - and it has NO job relevance - it makes your organization look juvenile, amateur and glaringly unprofessional. Great content - let's hope that more of HR / Recruiters / Talent Acquisition are listening.
    Sharon Jeff George
    18/04/2016 #2 Sharon Jeff George
    #1 Thank you for your lovely comment and a warm welcome. I am excited to explore BeBee space.
    Javier beBee
    18/04/2016 #1 Javier beBee
    Nice ! @Sharon Jeff George, welcome to beBee !