In every profession across the globe employers are forced to adapt to never ending, far-reaching business terrains. The substantial influx of technology has accelerated the business world into the 21st century and increasingly assertive trade unions have meant that adapting to change has become the norm for the everyday employer.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of new college graduates enter the job market … only to find that there is so much that they were never taught in the academic environment, such as how to navigate office politics and make a great first impression on the boss.
Absence Management Systems help to minimize these and other labor costs in a systematic, economic fashion. The study also found that 21% of daily productivity loss can be attributed to unplanned absences.
Doing annual employee reviews is often a manager’s least favorite duty. Meeting face-to-face with every direct report employee and giving them an honest assessment of their job performance during the previous 12 months often leads to a lot of stress, anxiety, and – sometimes – bad feelings on both sides. But it doesn’t have to…
The Human Resources department of any organization plays an important role. It recruits and trains new employees, keeps current employee up to date on the latest information they need to know, manages benefits, and helps managers provide the tools they need to supervise and review their current employees. But one thing HR rarely does is…
The freedom to work is perhaps the most important thing to commemorate in America, second only of course to the lives that have been put down by our soldiers and of our soldiers who are currently putting their lives on the line.
Productivity in every facet of a workplace enables employers to maximize revenue whilst simultaneously incentivizing the workforce. So, what is it that drains businesses nationwide of this productivity and how can it be amended?
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.