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Weekly Roundup: Top Headlines in Talent Acquisition, Jan. 5, 2018

Posted by The ConveyIQ Team

Welcome back to another ConveyIQ Weekly Roundup. Here’s the latest news and updates that made headlines in the HR community this week.
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It’s a new year and time to be inspired! This is the time of year when we feel most motivated and driven to accomplish our goals and resolutions. So, let's make them happen! Our weekly roundup is focused on getting motivated, motivating employees and goals to attain in 2018.
 

Glassdoor

7 Podcasts That Can Help You Find A Job In 2018
If you’re in search of something to get you motivated this year, these podcasts are here to inspire you. Whether you need help transitioning into a new career or just want to get some good sleep the night before an interview, this list has the podcast for you!
 

TLNT

Service Awards May Be Old School, But They Still Help With Retention And Loyalty
Employees are highly invested in their careers and longevity, even though it’s widely believed that many today are job-hoppers. To inspire employees to stick around for a long time, it’s important to make them feel happy, fulfilled and recognized at work. It might be time for a resurgence of service awards. Try to make it a goal this year to honor your employees and acknowledge their accomplishments around loyalty and contributions!
 

Forbes

What We Can Learn From Elon Musk's Unbalanced Ratio Of Failures To Successes
Elon Musk is one of the most talked about CEOs right now as people gush over his drive, success and ingenuity. But before he got where he is, there was a road of obstacles and mishaps. If it weren’t for these setbacks, he would not be where he is today. Author Mark Stone details Musk’s history and where his downfalls ultimately led him. It’s time to embrace failures and mistakes and turn them into lessons and success!
 

Entrepreneur.com

This Author Shares the Simple Changes You Can Make to Work Better With Others
Daniel Coyle is an accomplished author whose new book details his research on teams, military units and even gangs and how they collaborate well and poorly. According to Coyle safety, vulnerability and purpose all contribute to the health of a group and how its individuals work together. Working well with others obviously makes the work day go by faster and smoother, so make it a goal this year to be a good collaborator!

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