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69% of Candidates Reconsider Job Offers if The Company Culture Looks Toxic

In case you haven’t noticed, we’re pretty invested in employee experiences and showing corporate culture how to step into the new world of work. Company culture can make or break the organizational success of your business and we’ve got the stats to back it up, confirming that overworked employees are the largest turn-offs for potential new hires.  On behalf of us - Hibob! -  we conducted a new national survey through Pollfish. We surveyed 1,000 employees age 18 and up in the United States to find out what your potential…

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Recognition Roundup: Hibob Listed as Promising Startup

Hibob has been listed as one of the top 50 Most Promising Startups on Calcalist!   The list identifies up-and-coming startups in the Israeli high-tech space, and we’re incredibly proud to have been recognized as a fast-growing company that is successfully making a name for itself as an industry disruptor. Hibob is consistently exceeding upmarket as we meet the needs of high-growth companies engaging their people and developing their culture. We remain fully dedicated to the future of work that is heavily influenced by younger generations entering the workforce, and…

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Our post-GDPR-world: HR’s quick todos

When the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) finally kicked in on May 25th I celebrated the hard work our team here at Hibob had done to make sure we were compliant. After a few days I attended an invitation-only event, co-hosted by Hibob and Comeet. The meetup featured leading experts who taught me a few things about a topic I thought I already knew everything about, GDPR. 1) Haim Ravia, Chair of the Cyber, Internet and Copyright Group, Pearl Cohen international law firm key: Haim gave a short presentation that somehow…

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Women: Success Has No Expiration Date

The good news is that young people, more than during the 1990s or even early 2000s, view feminism as a movement that matters. The bad news, for women who for a variety of reasons haven’t yet hit their professional stride, is that we live in a youth-centered culture in which many young women believe that success can only be obtained while they’re young. Or, if one becomes successful later in life, it’s the product of years of single-minded effort. However, behind the endless parade of glittering headlines about the newest…

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Why Monetising Your Employees’ Wellbeing is a Good Business Strategy

“There is no evidence to show any conflict between economic growth and happiness. And indeed, quite the reverse,” said Professor Sir Angus Deaton, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2015, during a keynote speech at the Business Leaders Summit in Davos, Switzerland, in January. Gone are the days when feeling good about where you worked was little more than a wishful aspiration. Traditional measurements for “being good at your job” - working long hours, being connected to the phone and constantly feeling overwhelmed - are fast falling by…

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Careers are Changing: What Should Companies Do to Adapt?

When I was growing up, my concept of work was based on roles I was exposed to in my daily life: doctors, emergency workers or shop assistants. Even when I got older and better understood the breadth and depth of business and the roles within it, I still never imagined that I would be a  ‘growth manager’ today. To be fair, that’s probably something that didn’t exist five years ago; technology has completely changed the way companies recruit and the way people build and manage their careers. Now that people…

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It’s all about the people

How do you hire and keep great employees? ...OR why did I really join Hibob. The biggest worry that most CEOs and founders have will surprise you. It’s neither finances, focus, nor lack of time. It’s how to recruit, engage, and retain the best people for their business. A recent survey by First Round Capital confirms this. For the second year in a row, First Round reported that founders’ primary concern is talent management. Even more important than sales and revenue, company founders believe that hiring great employees remains their…

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