Finding and hiring the best people can be very challenging in today’s labor market. So what is the best way to tackle the challenge? The best way is to develop a three-prong strategy designed to differentiate your business from your competitors for people: Determine where and how to source potential candidates Determine what you will offer (pay, benefits, and other rewards) Develop an onboarding program to protect your investment Where and How to Source Candidates There are many ways to source candidates, starting with your own company website. Whether you [...]
The CapeSpace team was thrilled to launch our new Coffeehouse entertainment series with an evening of beloved folk songs from the sixties and seventies, performed Pete-Seeger-singalong-style by wonderful local artists Kathleen Healy and Kim Moberg. Kathleen’s set included favorites like Turn Turn Turn, Blowin’ in the Wind, and If I Had a Hammer, as well as a few topical contemporary songs and a sweet and hopeful original piece entitled Small Things which truly struck a chord with the audience. Kim was up next, opening with a lively rendition of For [...]
Do you know the difference between mindfulness and meditation? Caroline Paradis gave us a great introduction to both concepts and led us on a delightful guided meditation. She is currently soliciting interest in a four-session meditation workshop at CapeSpace. Contact Caroline if you are interested https://www.linkedin.com/in/caroline-paradis-2715b93/ Thank you Caroline for a great stress relieving event!
On March 23, we had the great pleasure of hearing Jeremie Mailloux of itWORKS! speak on the topic of cyber-security. Did you know that hackers can crack a six-digit password in one trillionth of a second? That was one of many eye-opening facts we learned from Jeremie, but we also learned practical, effective ways to protect ourselves. Many thanks to Jeremie for an outstanding presentation and to Chris and Joel of itWORKS! for helping to organize the event.
According to WorkDesign Magazine, "Today, most companies see the workplace as a source of competitive advantage, not simply a cost burden." Today's workplace decisions take into account the changing dynamics of workers and the impact of place on how we work. They seek to make real estate work better, not just cheaper. Read more about it here...