Rally Candidates & EmployeesRead more
Here are some of the highlighted features and how you can use them to capture feedback, chat privately, and streamline your recruitment, selection, and onboarding processes. At Rally, we’re on a mission to help organizations better engage and delight the people they serve, and we believe text messaging when done right, is a great way to ensure your success in hiring and retaining talent.
Address Company Growing Pains in Real-TimeRead more
As small companies prosper and expand, there are inevitable growing pains that occur in everyday communications. Effective communication and collaboration are essential elements for a company to successfully maneuver growing pains. When clients and projects start rolling in, it is easy to get caught up in meeting the next deadline and delivering the next invoice. Unfortunately, inter-company communication often takes a backseat at a crucial time in a company’s maturity.
The Value of Employee RetentionRead more
High turnover is undoubtedly expensive. Josh Bersin of Deloitte estimates “the total cost of losing an employee can range from tens of thousands of dollars to 1.5-2X annual salary”. While initially, a new hire costs money, the ROI on long-term employees grows the longer they remain. Maia Josebachvili with Greenhouse Software has found “Great management and development practices that implement coaching and training can improve an employee’s performance by 20% in a year.”
Customers & Employees: A View Into Cause and EffectRead more
It is nearly impossible, without some serious data ninja skills, to successfully poll and analyze both your employees and your customers to gain insight into their experiences of each other as well as your product or service. Even if you could, repeating the process over time to uncover cause and effect would be both costly and challenging – that is until now.
Onboarding New Employees & Managing an Influx of ApplicantsRead more
Job applicants leaving negative online reviews on sites like Glassdoor and Indeed.com is a growing concern. Maybe they did not understand the hiring process or were not kept in the loop on the status of their application, and feeling they had no other recourse to remain anonymous or “safe” they took their grievances online.
Capturing Confidential Employee Suggestions & CommentsRead more
Linda is a Human Resource professional at a growing technology company. Her Worker’s Compensation policy requires that she maintain a confidential employee suggestion and comment process. In the past she’s used a small wooden box located in the breakroom, however, no one has ever used it. And to complicate matters, much of her workforce is remote and several are contractors who never actually come into the office. Linda would like to hear from anyone if there is a problem as opposed to learning about it during an exit interview or online as a negative review.