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Get in Gear: Talent Strategies to Kickstart Your Company’s Growth

In this eBook, you’ll learn:

  • Why strong talent strategies are a must – no matter your business or industry, 
  • How to find and keep the people you need,
  • How to tailor staffing to meet your business needs, and
  • How to find the help you need to connect with great talent.
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Making Remote Work, Work: How to Build and Lead High-Performance Dispersed Work Teams

This guide shares powerful strategies to create and lead cohesive, high-performance teams – regardless of where people work.

You will learn:

• The rise and impact of remote work.

• The challenges that can come with managing a remote team.

• Actionable strategies for overcoming those challenges.

• How to hire and onboard remote employees to set up your team for success.

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High Stakes: How Great Leaders Make Perfect Decisions With Imperfect Data

In this eBook, we share:

  • The worst-case scenario of bad decisions.
  • The most common barriers to decision making.
  • Tips for avoiding analysis paralysis and perfectionism.
  • Strategies for effective decision making.
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Talent ROI: Essential HR Metrics (and how you can improve them!)

In this guide, you’ll learn:
• the what, why and how of tracking HR metrics;
• which metrics to track; and
• how your recruiter can help you leverage the data you collect.

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Big Ideas for Beating the Retention Crisis

Keeping high performers isn’t just an HR issue. It’s critical to your organization’s success.

Here’s how to get strategic about employee retention.

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