Click Boarding, a SaaS provider delivering an easier new hire onboarding solution, and The Applicant Manager (TAM), a cloud-based recruiting software solution, today announced a partnership that will make it easier for HR to manage recruiting and onboarding. By delivering ‘easy’, it greatly increases the likelihood that new hires will be just as excited on their first week on the job, as they were getting that first phone call from the recruiter.
“The Applicant Manager and Click Boarding partnership makes perfect sense as we both build customer-centric solutions that focus first and foremost on simplicity to deliver better experiences,” says Christine Marino, Chief Revenue Officer, Click Boarding. “Now HR can recruit and onboard candidates with the greatest of ease, while candidates remain excited about the company they’ve joined.” Continue reading
We hear about company culture quite a bit. Open concept offices, flexible hours, on-site gyms and a casual dress code. These influence a culture, but at the end of the day, how are we truly defining company culture?
A culture is the values and practices shared by the members that make up the culture. Company culture is the values and practices shared by the members, or employees, of a company. When we’re speaking about values, or as some organizations refer to them – core values, it’s important to remember that these values are the key to shaping the culture of a company. When a company knows exactly what their values are, their culture is defined, and the organization is in a position to clearly outline their goals.
Why is this important? A company without clearly defined goals has no destination in mind. Rather, the individuals or small groups that make up the company each have their own goals, but aren’t sure whether or not they align with one another on their way to achieving the larger over-arching goals of the company. This is a dangerous place for an organization to be in, as they have no idea where they’re headed.
Building a strong brand presence should be more than just a focus for the marketing team. Creating a positive “employment brand” as defined here is an important component when it comes to recruitment. Companies like Google and Salesforce have reputations for being great places to work – from their creative and collaborative work environments to excellent perks, like Google’s free cafeteria for employees. When a company has a reputation for being an awesome place to work, applicants come flocking. As we all know, securing the best applicants is challenging in such a competitive market these days. Applicants will reference social media, online reviews and will weigh the benefits that a company offers. Get applicants excited about working for you! A strong employment brand can be the extra factor that makes an applicant come work for your organization.