We’re 1 webinar and 2 workshops into our ‘Let’s Talk Talent’ series and the conversation is in full flow. We’ve met and shared ideas with business leaders and HR professionals from various sectors, all with one thing in common, the desire to attract and recruit the best talent into their business.
With the April release we are rolling out several new features as a preview and are looking forward to your feedback. The newsfeed has been redesigned, and now includes the ability to watch videos and like posts directly in the feed, and it offers more options for displaying images. All of this that will make user interactions more engaging and meaningful. On top, users can now translate news on demand. The new Notification Centre keeps things organised. You can now recover deleted content and we are also expanding our integrations with a new plugin for SAP Fiori and an integration for files from Office 365.
As the age old proverb goes 'never judge a book by its cover'. However, in our increasingly digital world we're quick to make assumptions. If a website doesn't look 'legit' or meet our expectations we're quick to judge and duly abandon site. With that being said, could your employer brand (or lack of it) be turning job seekers away?
When hunting for a job the modern day job seeker (particularly those in the Millennial & GenZ demographics) simply expect more from a potential employers web presence. Before applying for a role they'll head to your career site, read your content, explore your social media channels and scour employee reviews sites for valuable insight into your organisation.
Being deficient in any of these areas can leave job seekers disgruntled, reluctant to apply or even put off of your brand for life.
Research gathered by Randstad has shed some fascinating light on the impact of employer brand with 50% of applicants saying that they wouldn't work for a company that had a negative reputation, even with the promise of a pay rise. On the contrary 84% of employees would consider quitting their job to take an offer from a company with a great reputation.
To help you stand out and differentiate in a crowded employment market we've put together our shortlist of top actionable tips & tricks to enhance your employer brand and become the envy of your market competition.
In forthcoming years 2017 is likely to be looked back upon as the greatest catalyst to change this side of the millennium. It was of course the year that democracy rained supreme. Brits voted with their feet for Brexit and our colonial cousins inaugurated Donald Trump into the White House.
But, did you know that 2017 was also the year that Millennials displaced their predecessors 'Gen X' as the overwhelming majority in the workplace?
With a record number of baby boomers heading into retirement many of those who once held workplace seniority have passed the reins over to the next generation (Gen X) to direct the proverbial ship.
As with each new generation that enters the market attitude and ideology of work (and life in fact) differ. Today's business and HR leaders are now responsible for putting those differences aside and create hiring processes and workplaces that are Millennial friendly.
Businesses that fail to acclimatise to the millennial environment are effectively "building a wall" between their business and potential candidates. To ensure that you're ticking all of your Millennials boxes we've put together 5 key points that must be addresses to attract, recruit, engage and retain the best young professionals available.
With employment levels at an all time high and the number of job seekers in decline employers find themselves in a conundrum, stick or twist?
The current market is candidate led and in reflection recruitment advertising continues to change shape rapidly. With popular job boards becoming increasingly unpredictable many employers are turning to new advertising sources in their quest for applicants.
From pay-per-click job board advertising to social media recruitment there are hundreds of available advertising channels all promising to help employers reach new talent pools and attract more applications.
In challenging conditions how do you stay ahead of advertising trends and quickly identify which sources are best for your business?
Our latest partnership with Qlik BI provides Talentvine Software users with instant access to real time reporting data allowing HR and recruitment leaders to make data-driven decisions to improve recruitment efficiency and performance.
Based in Brussels, SMT offer a whole range of Volvo Equipment across the globe. With employees active in more than 15 African countries, communication was a challenge. SMT had no intranet, no common network and needed a solution to connect their employees, regardless of language and location.
Established in 1985, Dreams are the UK’s number one specialist bed retailer.
Their Head Office, known as ‘Bedquarters’ is located in High Wycombe and with 1,900 employees across the UK they make, sell and deliver nationwide from over 195 stores and 12 Distribution depots.
With staff spread across Dreams’ nationwide store network, factories, warehouse and support functions, Dreams needed a solution to 'wake up' their employee communications and connect employees across the whole business.
Whether it be in our personal or professional lives strong levels of communication are essential to the happiness and the success of every type of relationship.
As a company continues to grow, disperse and in some cases become increasingly remote, internal communication can become convoluted and messages from the top diluted.
The good news is that there are lots of ways in which we can improve transparency between employer and employee, improve relationships and company performance. According to a global report from McKinsey productivity is boosted by 20-25% within organisations with connected employees. Here are just 5 great ideas for your businesses to improve internal communication right away.
This year starts with a great app update that brings integrations for Office 365 along with more new features that support larger and distributed organizations. The re-confirmation of terms and conditions works much easier now and there are added improvements for a better user experience. If you are still hungry for more, you can check out the preview package with brand new trail features.
Congratulations are in order as Workvine’s customer, Dreams have been nominated as finalists in not one, but two categories at the 5th annual Employee Engagement Awards.
We all have primal fears that can shake us to our core. That fear of the unknown that follows us everywhere like a cold shiver running down our spines....
Employee disengagement may not be top of your spook list, however, left untreated disengagement can quickly spread through the ranks and evolve into a living nightmare for employees, HR and senior leadership.
In today's Halloween special we've uncovered 8 haunting statistics plaguing UK workforce's.
With Christmas season fast approaching, it's time to prepare the holiday plugin for your employee app: the Advent Calendar! Surprise your employees with quiz questions behind every door; make them guess; make them laugh; and make them compete! Here's a short overview about how to set it up.
This release is packed with improvements, including the eagerly awaited analytics dashboard for admins, many new languages, as well as multi-language capability in the Forms plugin, plus a variety of compliance and security updates such as our ISO 27001 certification and the app lock feature. All of this with enhanced support for the just released iOS 12 and Android 9 "Pie"
The August release has new features that increase usability for app users. With quick links, users have the most popular and up-to-date content at their fingertips at all times. The on-demand translation of comments facilitates direct communication, especially for multilingual teams. And with the new filter options in user management, we have achieved better usability for administrators as well. These usability improvements are accompanied by the brand new Analytics API, which gives your developers access to many relevant app statistics.
Last week the BBC published an article on phone and internet use that indicated mobile calls had dropped for the first time ever!
Backed by ofCom statistics, the report highlights the decade of digital change and how our relationship with technology has changed.
The rise of the smartphone has changed the way we communicate forever. In this article we examine our relationship with our phone and how to harness technology to improve internal communication within a corporate setting.