Does Your CEO Connect With Frontline Workers?

Written by: Movin’ On Up Blog Most companies dedicate substantial time and energy to researching, planning, and implementing communication strategies that build stronger relationships with their customers, but the most successful also dedicate an equally significant amount of energy to communicating with their employees. Legendary former General Electric CEO Jack Welch once said, “There are

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Interviews: Proving You’re a Teammate Worth Hiring

By: Movin’ On Up Wondering what it takes to thrive in the workplace? You’re the perfect job candidate. Your resume is chock full of keywords and metrics showing you know what you’re doing. Perhaps you’ve increased ROI by 40%, averaged seventy words-per-minute, or mastered a certain software program. These are all hard skills, abilities and experiences you

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Unwritten rules determine teamwork success

By: Express Employment Professionals Why do interviewers care so much about teamwork? In 2012, Google launched an internal initiative called Project Aristotle with the goal of pinpointing what makes a great team at Google. Project Aristotle researchers studied a broad range of characteristics of successful groups and teams within the company, including personality, hobbies, relationships

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