ConnectedHR in the Media
ConnectedHR helps companies build organizational alignment through human resources and professional recruiting services. The ConnectedHR Team and its founder, Mark D’Agostino, are contributors to various business publications and some of these articles and insights are shared here.
Michael and Robin from the podcast DriveThru HR chat with Mark D'Agostino about fractional HR services and employee experience. Mark D’Agostino founded ConnectedHR in 2014 and currently serves as...
14 ways to increase transparency with your remote teamFeelings of disconnection or uncertainty can emerge within a company if employees don’t feel they’re getting enough information and clarity from...
After a few not-so-typical holiday seasons thanks to COVID, it finally feels like we’re getting back to the traditional holiday sequence. Actively encourage employees to take a break, enjoy time with family and friends, and set expectations for 2023.
We hear it all the time, right? We need the right talent, in the right seat, at the right time. But how do we achieve that? The good news is — we don’t.
Wait, you say — that doesn’t make sense! Hear me out. The idea of having the right talent in the right seat at the right time is an aspirational goal, something business owners and operators need to be thinking about all the time.
Corporate College Smart 50 Awards Smart Business Magazine in conjunction with Corporate College and Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®), celebrates Northeast Ohio’s top executives, in recognition of their talent to effectively build and lead innovative and “smart” organizations.
Putting the cart before the horse. Leapfrogging. Skipping steps. When it comes to talent acquisition, those who are successful never neglect the cardinal rule of recruiting: First build out your human resources function.
Often the term “human resources” is used interchangeably with “talent acquisition,” or “talent management.” It’s all the same, isn’t it? Well — no.
The difference between company culture and employment experience — and why many companies get it wrong
We’ve all heard about companies that go above and beyond in building their corporate culture. Today, companies are competing for the best talent in a limited (and frankly more selective) labor pool. Companies are doing everything they can to attract that talent. Job postings often showcase their “great culture” with creative offerings.
Flexing, not your muscles, but the ability to offer flexibility in the workplace, has transformed from a nice perk some organizations or managers offered, to an expectation that most people aren’t willing to “flex” on.
The Conscious Capitalism Austin Chapter hosted our President Mark D’Agostino on their Conscious Corners Podcast.
We’re living in a highly stressed society, which makes for a highly stressed workplace. Employers are dealing with no-shows and resignations and are struggling to fill open positions. Costs are...