Elevate Talent Blog

A collection of our thoughts, resources, and experiences on all things talent 

How to Foster A Remote Working Environment

How to Foster A Remote Working Environment

Remote work has become a necessity, rather than a novelty, due to the fast spread of COVID-19. Luckily, remote work has its benefits. A two-year study by Stanford University found that remote employees are more productive, have lower attrition rates, and save money...

The Pros and Cons of Hosting a Leadership Retreat

The Pros and Cons of Hosting a Leadership Retreat

Executives often work 12-hour days. It’s difficult to get a clear picture of how the company is growing outside of the packed schedule of a CEO or CFO. Enter: leadership retreats.  A leadership offsite consists of two or three days of dedicated, outside-the-office...

How HR Can Better Leverage Data in 2020

How HR Can Better Leverage Data in 2020

According to The Economist, the world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil – it’s data. Data is being mined from everything from product development to machine learning to cybersecurity and customer marketing. Of course, HR is no exception. HR tech tools can...

How Senior Leaders Can Connect With Every New Hire

How Senior Leaders Can Connect With Every New Hire

People want to work for inspiring leaders. As McKinsey argues, “Talent attracts talent, especially in technology functions. Investing in high-profile hires, potentially from nontraditional sources (for example, recruiting high-tech talent for enterprise IT roles), can...

3 Recruiting Concerns Keeping CEOs Up at Night

3 Recruiting Concerns Keeping CEOs Up at Night

Changes in the hiring market over the last year have caused many CEOs to lose sleep over the state of recruitment and talent retention. With the prospect of a recession looming, recruitment remains one of the top concerns among executives. Many executives are worried...

How Gen Z is Changing Recruiting

How Gen Z is Changing Recruiting

Just as your company has mastered recruiting Millennials, Gen Z has started to enter the workforce – requiring a reevaluation of your hiring process.  Gen Z covers those born roughly around the mid to late 1990s, meaning at this moment Gen Zer’s range from nine to 24...

5 Tactics to Improve Employee Retention

5 Tactics to Improve Employee Retention

The business case for lowering employee turnover is indisputable. The cost of re-training a new team member – as well as lost productivity and other hidden costs – can be as much as 2.5 times the employee’s salary, depending on the role. In a competitive job market,...

How to Build a Company Culture That Attracts Top Talent

How to Build a Company Culture That Attracts Top Talent

In the race for talent, there are many things organizations can do to differentiate themselves to the best candidates. Today’s employees are looking beyond perks for something more meaningful: professional development opportunities, room for growth, and for jobs that...

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