About Ed Hinschen, CEO of Roubler

With over 10 years’ experience at a Senior / Executive Management level within fast-paced, innovative environments across HR Workforce Management. Ed is a passionate business leader with a strong focus on people, continual improvement, sustainable growth & innovation. Ed also has a Bachelor Degree in Business Management and a Masters in Business Administration.

Your Employees Aren’t Taking Time Off — Here’s Why That’s a Problem

As your company’s HR professional, you have a fine line to walk: On one side, you’re the defender of work — the company’s disciplinarian should that work consistently fall short. On the other, you’re the

2018-06-06T13:40:34+00:00 By |Employee engagement|

Is A Well-Designed Office Space At The Heart Of Employee Engagement?

Is your workspace conducive to engaged and enthusiastic employees? As new research reveals office design priorities for staff, we explore the findings and their implications for employers. Read on to learn how a well-designed office

2018-05-24T14:59:18+00:00 By |Employee engagement|

Shape Company Culture Before It’s Too Late: 4 Hiring Strategies for the Best Fits

Misconceptions about company culture are abundant. As long as you define culture correctly, the benefits of strategizing the construct within your organization are clear. Rather than crafting a company culture full of carbon copy employees,

Chatting with hubEngage about Employee Engagement and Company Culture

In a recent interview for hubEngage, I got the chance to talk about my views on employee engagement and company culture, and how they connect to business objectives. I think many of these questions are