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Owning your onboarding experience
Good onboarding ensures a positive start for new employees. With our 8 helpful tips, you can skilfully create a holistically positive onboarding experience.
Feedback after rejection: dos and dont’s
Rejecting is sometimes difficult — and so is the question whether you should communicate the reason. We reveal 5 good reasons why you shouldn't miss out on post-rejection feedback and add a few useful do's and don'ts on top.
The importance of team building and company culture
Working on your team building activities can work wonders for your communications, relationships and productivity within your organization. It goes without saying that having high performing teams are much more successful and bring much better results. An easy way to work towards this is to give your employees a sense of community.
Letting your top performers move teams
Sharing is caring, so why not enable your team members to learn from each other and share their knowledge? Learn more about Lateral organisational structures and their advantages with this article.
Productivity in the new working environment
Being productive in the home office is a matter of concentration! With a bunch of useful tips, we show you how to make your team's ability to focus their best tool and enhance their productivity in remote work.
Helping your team avoid Burnout
The root cause of burnout can be a multitude of different things, and often it’s homemade. We show you how to recognise it and give helpful tips to avoid burnout in your team!
The art of employee onboarding
First impressions aren’t the only thing that counts when it comes to new hires, employee onboarding is much more important and goes on for a much longer time than we used to assume.
Hiring a software engineer as a non-tech recruiter
The demand for software engineers is nowadays increasing in almost every industry. However, hiring them if programming is totally outside your subject area can be quite a challenge. JOIN explains how to successfully recruit programmers, even as a non-tech recruiter.
Hierarchical vs. lateral leadership — which one is better?
Lateral leadership ensures encounters at eye level, while hierarchical leadership relies on classic authority. But which of the two works better? JOIN reveals the answer.
Must-dos during a hiring process
The ideal candidate dropped off again? Our guide breaks with the lack of recruiting success and shows you the way to more successful hiring with important must-do's and best practices.
Remote work vs. hybrid work
What is better: letting employees work entirely remote or rather in a hybrid work model? And where are the differences? After all, both working models involve remote structures. Find out what speaks in favour of each model.
Digital recruiting: Bringing job interviews online
Facing the challenge of conducting an online job interview? With our guide for recruiters, you will make a professional impression at the online job interview.
Building Stronger Remote Cultures
But many workers have been fighting long before that started to gain some more time working at home. If this situation has given us anything positive, it has been the acceleration of the global working environment.