Posts about Recruitment

By December 18, 2019

Solving workforce challenges is hard. Do you have what it takes?

Companies that invest in their people and culture have higher employee engagement. The results are increased profitability and better performance.

By November 18, 2019

Admitting When You’re Wrong: Lessons from a Single Letter

The Kinesis book, Marketing from the Inside Out, has been wildly successful. The only problem? We need to re-write a chapter of it.

By January 24, 2019

Why Employee Satisfaction Isn’t Enough

For years, the name of the game for managing people was employee satisfaction. With a changing labor market and higher employer standards, that focus is changing.

By October 19, 2018

Driven by Purpose: An Interview with Shawn Busse

Kinesis CEO Shawn Busse joined the Human Resources for Small Business podcast to discuss how small businesses can find their purpose and foster company culture.

By October 11, 2018

The Role of Culture in Mergers & Acquisitions

When it comes to Mergers and Acquisitions, one major contributor to the valuation process often gets overlooked: company culture.

By June 18, 2018

What We Learned at the Small Giants Summit

Kinesis attended the annual Small Giants Summit last month, filled with actionable leadership insights. We summarized some of our favorites.

By March 16, 2016

Talent engine secrets

How to recruit and retain the best of the best employees At Kinesis, we’re often asked about talent, recruitment, and the importance of marketing when it comes to building a great workplace – since we believe that HR and marketing are inherently related. The fact is, employers today face a shrinking talent pool and a low […]

By May 14, 2014

How much does a bad employee cost my business?

We’ve all heard the old adage – one bad apple can spoil the whole bunch. And while most of us don’t regularly deal with barrel-sized quantities of fruit, in this case we are talking about how one bad apple employee can have a tremendously poisonous effect on your company. The cost is surprising – not […]