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Wooboard

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Wooboard designs SaaS software that helps modernize HR workflows. Wooboard regulary publishes articles about good HR practices and new releases of its software. Tech@reffind.com writes all of the articles.

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Specialties

The Wonderkind blog specializes in Social Media Recruitment, Programmatic Job Advertising, Artificial Intelligence, Online recruitment, Customer Stories, The Talent Attraction Blog, Talent Attraction and Wonderkind Updates.

Pricing

Pricing for Wooboard depends on your company's needs. This will factor in the number of software users and the size of your organization. For all the pricing details check out the dedicated page. Wooboard offers a trial period so you can make sure your HR needs match with the offer.

Security

You want your valuable and sensitive employee data to be in good hands. Wooboard is very aware that security is a key aspect of HR sofware. On the security page your will find all the details. You might want to take a look at the Wooboard privacy policy to get a better understanding on their internal security processes. The terms and conditions page outlines all the details.

Interested?

If you are ready to choose Wooboard as your HR solution or need additional information, you can reach their sales team by phone or email.

Articles

OPTIMISM: THE SURPRISING SECRET TO CREATING EFFECTIVE EMPLOYEES
Even before it became stale and overused, the glass half full/glass half empty metaphor was a terrible way to think about optimism. The problem: it disguises the very feature that makes optimism so powerful in our workplaces (and elsewhere for that matter). Explaining why requires a brief detour into Greek mythology (but only a brief one, so stick with me). Here’s one version of the story of Perseus: Perseus hears a prophecy that he will kill his grandfather so he flees to a city that is so far away that he can be sure he will never run into his grandfather there. Once in the city, he enters a series of warrior games and spears and kills one of his opponents who, once his helmet is removed, is revealed to be his grandfather. What’s interesting about this myth? The prophecy that Perseus heard was self-fulfilling: because Perseus heard the prophecy he acted in a way that made the prophecy come true. And what’s the relevance of this myth? The myth is relevant because optimism too is a self-fulfilling prophecy: optimistic people expect success and this expectation itself makes success more likely. This is what the glass metaphor misses: optimism isn’t just a view on how much water is in the glass but is also a viewpoint that can change the amount of water in the glass. It is this feature that makes optimism so important in the workplace and it is this feature that the standard metaphor misses. The post OPTIMISM: THE SURPRISING SECRET TO CREATING EFFECTIVE EMPLOYEES appeared first on Wooboard.
THE POWER OF PEER PRAISE: THE “WHY” AND “WHO” IN EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION
What can we learn about peer recognition from a Nobel Prize winner in economics and a piece of advice relating to how to raise children. Two things, I suggest. First, employee recognition is likely to be even more important than we thought it was. Second, employee recognition should come not just from management but also from colleagues. How do we get from Nobel Prizes and child rearing to these conclusions? Well that takes a bit more explanation. The post THE POWER OF PEER PRAISE: THE “WHY” AND “WHO” IN EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION appeared first on Wooboard.
TWO BAD WAYS TO THINK ABOUT RESPONSIBILITY IN THE WORKPLACE (AND ONE GREAT WAY)
We have two good reasons for thinking that we need to pay more attention to the issue of responsibility in the workplace. First, an experiment from the 1960s involving electric shocks makes clear just how bad things can get if people don’t take responsibility for their actions (it’s far worse than most of us might think!). Second, it’s more difficult to display the right kind of responsibility than we might think because responsibility can be inspired by at least three figures: children, bureaucrats and leaders. The challenge, then, is to figure out which of these types of responsibility we want employees to display in the workplace. The post TWO BAD WAYS TO THINK ABOUT RESPONSIBILITY IN THE WORKPLACE (AND ONE GREAT WAY) appeared first on Wooboard.
5 CULTURE HACKS FOR A HAPPY WORKPLACE
“Company culture” is a lot more than the values listed on your website or blu-tacked to your wall. Absolutely, company values can be used effectively to shape culture. But when all is said and done, company culture is really the sum of the work attitudes and personalities that every single employee brings to the office. There’s no such thing as a “right” answer. Amongst 100 companies with amazing cultures you’ll find 100 different cultures. Of course, that’s not very helpful if you’re looking for a few culture hacks you that you can do right now, so instead let’s just look to one thing. All great cultures have a high proportion of happy employees. Studies have shown that happy employees are a whopping 12% more productive than their more frowny-faced counterparts. If that’s not a good enough reason to read on, then consider that the odds are pretty high that a lot of your employees are unhappy right now. Recent surveys have shown that on average 39% of employees are unhappy and over 70% of employees are either not engaged or are actively disengaged at work. So, without further ado, on to the happiness hacks. The post 5 CULTURE HACKS FOR A HAPPY WORKPLACE appeared first on Wooboard.
FINDING BIGFOOT IN A FOREST FULL OF BROWN SQUIRRELS
We hope you had a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We’re excited to kick off the New Year with a blog post that’s a little left of centre. We’ve been busy expanding our team and are always so happy to see enthusiastic candidates that go that one step further to show you how much they like the company and want to be a part of the team. One of our new applicants, completely unprompted, decided to write us a blog post based on his understanding of the benefits of employee recognition and engagement in the workplace. We thought that it was too good not to share. Though, to be honest, the title of the post even had us a little skeptical and puzzled at first. So a big Woo to Jeff from Chicago for the following post! The post FINDING BIGFOOT IN A FOREST FULL OF BROWN SQUIRRELS appeared first on Wooboard.

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