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If your job description includes “building a modern workforce,” you’ve come to the right place. Here, you’ll find articles, case studies, white papers, and webinars designed to help you stay up on the latest trends in corporate training and e-learning. (Because e-learning by osmosis isn’t a thing.)

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Want the right person for the job? Focus on skills, not a degree.

WHAT EXACTLY SHOULD YOU LOOK FOR IN A CANDIDATE?

DO THEY SPEAK TECH LIKE IT’S SECOND NATURE?

Hiring employees who already know the job speak can save you time, effort, and money.

DECORATIONS

If a candidate has certifications, badges, or has taken online training they may be more qualified than someone with just a degree.

SHOW ME THE NUMBERS YOU SAY?

WHEN YOU HIRE COMPETENT PEOPLE YOU’LL GET:

  • Up to 75% reduction in turnover

  • 50% reduction in time to train

  • 70% reduction in cost to hire

  • 50% to 70% reduction in time to hire

Remember, a degree doesn’t equal competence. Find candidates that have skills and a proven track record—you’ll get awesome employees and a better return on your investment.

WANT MORE?

To learn more about HR solutions and human resource management visit GetBridge.com.

Published August 2016 by Instructure, Inc.
GetBridge.com
© 2016 Instructure Inc. All rights reserved.

Looking for the keys to a successful company?

We don’t have them all, but we’ve got some ideas.

More and more HR departments are utilizing big data and analytics to measure what’s working in their company and what isn’t. Here are just a few secrets your HR department can use to help drive your company’s success:

ONBOARDING AND TRAINING

Establishing data-driven benchmarks will allow your organization to evaluate the time to contribution of new hires and analyze the effectiveness of your onboarding and training process.

PERFORMANCE CONTRIBUTION AND OUTCOMES

Analyzing an employee’s contributions against established benchmarks allows companies to maximize employee productivity and satisfaction.

EXIT INTERVIEWS

An exit interview provides insights into every aspect of an employee’s experience at a company. Take that information and use it as the basis for data-driven changes.

Want more?

Learn firsthand how to drive success through your HR department with Bridge. Visit GetBridge.com

Published August 2016 by Instructure, Inc.
GetBridge.com
© 2016 Instructure Inc. All rights reserved.

4 Steps To Becoming a Better Manager

One

Be a Coach: Start conducting effective 1:1s.

Two

Be a Personal Trainer: Identify strengths in you and your employees and help develop those strengths.

Three

Be an Optometrist: Create a clear vision for your team.

Four

Be a Leader: Create goals for your team, hold them accountable, and help them reach those goals.

WANT MORE?

Don’t just be a better manager now; begin your management training for the workplace of 2020, when everyone from baby boomers to Gen Z will share not only office space but goals and objectives.

Published July 2016 by Instructure, Inc.
GetBridge.com
© 2016 Instructure Inc. All rights reserved.

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