The Inside Podcast Ep. 12 | Smart initiatives for preserving employee retention & engagement in a startup with Dr. Karolina Kettler @Popcore
In Ep. 12 of Employer Branding: The Inside Podcast you’ll be listening to Dr. Karolina Kettler, Head of Talent Acquisition & Senior HR Manager at Popcore, share her take on maintaining employee retention when working in a startup, but also about being transparent and empathic in life and in business overall, not just in HR.
The Inside Podcast (Ep. 11) | Overcoming HR challenges through unity, flexibility & innovation with Anelise Cornely @Perdoo
In Ep. 11 of The Inside Podcast, you'll be listening to Anelise Cornely, HR Manager at Perdoo, talk about her role in the company, but also about HR perks, challenges, and other key ingredients that keep her team united.
The Inside Podcast (Ep. 10) | Shaping behaviors inside organizations – the key to a healthy company culture with Magor Csibi @Trend Consult Group
In Ep. 10 of The Inside Podcast you’ll be listening to Magor Csibi, Head of Leadership and Organizational Culture Practice at Trend Consult Group. Magor shares key insights into what exactly makes a healthy company culture - “Culture is like a waterfall. It's coming from the top and it's cascading down. So it's very important that the leader be the owner of the whole process. It cannot be in any other way.”
The Inside Podcast (Ep. 9) | When is it too early for company culture? With Jenny Boldt @Bitkom
When should startups define their company culture? In Ep. 9 of The Inside Podcast you’ll be listening to Jenny Boldt, Head of Startups at Bitkom. Jenny has shared with us her personal take on building a company culture. Tune in to learn more about what makes a startup successful.
The Inside Podcast (Ep.8) | What makes employer branding impactful with Bepo Kapitanović @Mula-Berlin
Regardless of your experience in HR, employer branding, or talent acquisition, in Ep.8 of The Inside Podcast, you’ll be listening to Bepo Kapitanović (Marketing Manager at Mula-Berlin) shed some light on what it's like to be a marketing manager in an employer branding company.
Company culture “FIT”, company culture “ADD”, aspirations & real values
Business leaders came up with the idea of “office culture” back in the 80s, in an attempt to treat employees more like human beings and less like machines completing daily tasks. Step by step, organizations started noticing that people stayed longer when treated well. Productivity skyrocketed because office culture gave employees a feeling of belonging, and hiring people for culture fit became the norm in the years to come.