How Applicants can find out if a Job will provide Meaningful Work using Tools from Positive Psychology

Originally posted on Mappalicious:
Yesterday, I was a panelist at the morning session of Intersect 2018, a phenomenal event along the lines of “Tech Conference x Career Fair x Learning Exhibition”. The conference is hosted by e-learning platform Udacity. You can watch the panel I participated in here on YouTube. The guiding theme was “Competing with Skill, Winning with Confidence”. In the…

Chengwei Liu: how to gain an advantage in talent acquisition

  Anthony Haynes writes: Chengwei Liu is a business researcher whose work has direct implications for management — especially in the talent sector. He has already won more than ten teaching awards and is listed by Thinkers50 as a next-generation business guru. This week Chengwei kindly agreed to being interviewed for our blog… Q: Chengwei,… Read More

Helping the job candidate to convey their ‘best self’: AAT’s Andrew Roberts-Morris in conversation

Anthony Haynes writes: FJWilson Talent Services (FJWTS) have worked with the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) since 2012, initially focusing on a number of new, regional and field-based business development roles.  Here we publish the latest in the resultant series of case studies. Anthony Haynes writes: Andy Roberts-Morris is AAT’s Regional Account Manager, Yorkshire & the Humber. He… Read More

Giving a presentation? We have an eBook for that

Anthony Haynes writes: Whether you’re giving a presentation as part of a job interview or simply as part of your work, it’s helpful to read about the secrets of success — and even more important to know what the common pitfalls are. Our eBook, How to give a presentation, just published on provides such guidance… Read More

Spotlight: Can Exit Interviews Really Improve Employee Retention?

Originally posted on Neela Seenandan's blog:
Creating an effective employee retention program depends on a number of factors, from the culture of a company to the expectations of its employees. The ideal program is likely significantly different from company to company. To understand how to develop a more effective program, companies should ask the…