Posts Tagged ‘Employee’

Competitive Hiring Tips

Following trends in fashion can be dangerous, but it’s very important in recruiting. The trends we are talking about are benefits, dress code, technology, and market drivers. Here are some trends you need to know before you look into hiring, especially Gen Y and Gen Z candidates Benefits Typical dental packages just don’t cut it…

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How to Make Employee Transitions Less Scary

If you’re hiring, you’re probably doing it for one of two reasons: Because you’re expanding or because you have to rehire. Unfortunately, some employees move on, but how can you make that transition smooth? It can cost up to twice that employee’s salary to find someone. Time (and money) is of the essence. To save…

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Battling Employee Turnover

It can cost you a third of an employee’s salary to replace them if they leave. That’s a lot of dough, but we are really here to discuss turnover and how to prevent it. Fortunately, a lot of the ways employees report on what they need out of a company to stay are common sense.…

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How to Improve Employee Engagement

Keeping employees engaged today is one of the hardest tasks you as an employer will face. Employees are feeling less connected to organizations than ever before. In 2018, only 15% of employees across the globe said they were engaged at work. It’s important to understand the severity of that 15%. Low engagement rates lead to:…

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Hiring Trends you NEED to Know

DID YOU KNOW: The talent pool is shrinking. Why? Confidence in the growing economy has led to major hiring spikes. Now those qualified and happy employees are off the market. This is especially true for the skilled trades. Over the past several years, employers have been taking advantage of the economic boom by expanding their…

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How to Deal with Mistakes in the Office

There are two sides to every job. The good and the bad. It feels good when you are promoting, awarding, or congratulating employees for a job well done. Unfortunately, there will be a time when you have to have “the talk” with one. It’s important to know how to handle mistakes that employees make. It’s…

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Let’s Review

Performance waxes and wanes throughout the year, it’s inevitable. As an executive, low performance is one of the worst things you can hear. But how on earth do you combat it? Sometimes it’s more complicated than a lazy manager or understaffing. Sometimes it’s something in the company itself. It can go back to company culture…

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Compensation: Do it right

It is important when you are posting a job for the workload to match with the salary offered. You wouldn’t have a CEO work for minimum wage, right? But how can you know what is appropriate compensation for every job? Odds are, you haven’t worked in every job in your company, so you’ll have to…

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