eRep Blog

Preemptive Fear is Holding You Back

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
May 10, 2021

If you made a list of the things that made you feel fearful in a week, it's likely 90% or more of those fears are of what could be, not what actually is. Learn how to identify and overcome the source of your greatest fears.

I Am Not An Impostor

By
Jayne Harrison , Contributor
Posted
May 3, 2021

Research shows that 70% of men and women have experienced Impostor Syndrome at some point in their lives. Even those in Director and C-suite level positions experience Impostor Syndrome at some point in their career.

The Future of Work is in Good Hands

By
Dr. Melanie Peacock , Contributor
Posted
April 26, 2021

As a post-secondary educator, I am often asked to describe the characteristics of graduates. The disruption caused by COVID-19 has heightened the angst among employers about how well-prepared those leaving school will be to face new job realities.

5 Foolproof Ways to Predict the Future Success of a Job Candidate

By
Devin Partida , Contributor
Posted
April 5, 2021

Hiring a new employee can feel like a gamble with no guarantee they'll be a good fit in your organization. Here are five foolproof ways you can determine the likelihood of a candidate's success.

Four Experts, One Question: Is the Value of Corporate Culture Worth its Reputation?

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
March 15, 2021

We chose four experts in leadership and HR and asked them one question: Is the value of corporate culture worth its reputation?

AI and Psychometric Assessments: Myths and Facts About Machine-aided Hiring

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
March 8, 2021

The use of psychometric assessments in hiring is sometimes conflated with AI and machine learning. There is some overlap but for the most part they are different animals.

Hitting the Motivation Reset Button

By
David Perks , Contributor
Posted
March 1, 2021

It's taken too long to write this article. Timeframes have been missed, reminders sent. Like so many others, my self-motivation has been lower than normal. If this sounds familiar, how can you hit the motivation reset button for you and your team?

One Thing Determines Business Success Or Failure More Than Any Other

By
Steve Williamson , Dir. Product Development, eRep, Inc.
Posted
February 22, 2021

Statistics paint a grim picture of the many startups and established businesses alike that end in failure. The underlying cause of these failures reveals a surprisingly easy way to avoid disaster.

Best Ways to Empower Remote Employees

By
Reese Jones , Contributor
Posted
February 8, 2021

You may not be in the same physical space as your employers or employees, but these tips can help you feel more engaged and empowered while working in a remote setting.

Can a Personality Test Help You Find the Perfect Hobby?

By
Patrick Bailey , Contributor
Posted
February 1, 2021

Having a hobby is an important part of enjoying the simple things in life. It's a great way to revitalize while doing something that you genuinely enjoy and are passionate about. However, many people still don't know which ones are best for them.