Overburdened hiring professionals want to make qualified assessments in as little time as possible, so they have a tendency to fall back on those questions that will reveal everything they need to know about a candidate quickly and effectively.
Now more than ever, job applicants want to know exactly what they can expect if they were to go to work for your company. The competition for highly qualified candidates is intense, so if you aren’t seeking new ways to help potential candidates visualize themselves on the job, you may be missing out on the best people.
Companies that value the benefits older workers bring to the table and develop and launch programs and policies that target their specific needs and interests often can receive a significant economic advantage over their competitors.
An employee time tracking system can potentially generate enormous cost savings opportunities by putting people to work on jobs that contribute more to the company’s bottom line.
IT companies are thinking and talking about diversity, which wasn’t the case only a few years ago. And they are starting to take steps to correct past mistakes by making their workforces more diverse, which will only benefit the industry and, ultimately, consumers.
When was the last time you thought about what Veterans Day really means? You might go to a local parade or shop a department store sale, but for many people, that is the extent of their celebrations.
The first thing you need to know if you want to understand employee absenteeism is what it is. Any employee can miss a day of work. Occasional illnesses or absences are to be expected, and certainly do not fall under the heading of a chronic problem.
You’ve probably heard the phrase “a canary in a coal mine.” In the early days of mining, workers used to bring live canaries into the mines with them. When dangerous gases began to accumulate in the mine, the canaries would die, buying the miners precious time to get up to the surface and out of danger.