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Seven Steps to Learning to Like an Employee You Hate

Seven Steps to Learning to Like an Employee You Hate Okay, maybe 'hate' is too strong a word, and there is little reason in the workplace to hate a colleague or an employee. But there are situations where we genuinely dislike certain colleagues, for their conduct or habits, or generally for reasons difficult to define or admit, even to our own selves. + read more


Battling the Theft of Trade Secrets

Battling the Theft of Trade Secrets Industrial espionage and information sabotage has become rather ubiquitous. However, it continues to be a subject kept in the realm of security experts and rarely discussed with general employees. That, of course, may have either good or bad repercussions, but for good measure, we have listed below a few pointers given by the FBI to combat theft of intellectual property and proprietary data. + read more


Check Your Local Law, You May be Required to Provide Paid Time-off to Vote

Check Your Local Law, You May be Required to Provide Paid Time-off to Vote Election Day is NOW, but many small and mid-sized employers may be unaware that in many states, not giving PAID TIME-OFF to employees may be construed as a Class C demeanor, and can attract both a penalty up to $500, as well as other future issues in the employer-employee relationship. + read more


Using a Behavioral Interview to the Employer’s Best Advantage

Using a Behavioral Interview to the Employer’s Best Advantage A behavioral interview is only part of a structured interview process, but is extremely important as many interviewers go overboard and either end up alienating candidates or fail to collect relevant behavioral data about the candidate. There is an overwhelming need to collect relevant behavioral data within the limited time span of an interview as well as to keep certain things in mind to make the best use of a behavioral interview. + read more


Role Money Plays in Employee Retention

Some issues, though common, are rarely simple, and employee retention is one of those. I have heard quotes like “an employee doesn’t leave a company, but leaves his/her boss,” and while in some cases such an assertion may be true, in most cases it is not. This article focuses on correlations between employee loyalty, employee retention, and the role that money (compensation) plays in attaining company objectives. + read more


How Technology is Changing the Recruiting Landscape

How Technology is Changing the Recruiting Landscape Changes in technology have empowered both recruiters and jobseekers, and to a great extent leveled the playing field among all parties involved. No single platform or setting is paramount when it comes to seeking and recruiting talent, but all constitute channels of an integrated recruitment strategy where avenues of jobseeker interaction are nursed according to their importance and employer priorities, but neglected only at the risk of losing relevance. + read more


Hiring a Veteran into a Civilian Workplace

Hiring a Veteran into a Civilian Workplace Veterans can be of invaluable help to a business or company in many ways. The greatest assets of a veteran are credibility, discipline, punctuality, teamwork, and ability to follow and give orders. A veteran may or may not be a computer genius brimming with novel ideas, but a veteran has the greatest chance of adding to the core of trusted personnel within a company – without which core a business workplace is nothing more than a way-house for mercenaries hopping from one job to another. + read more


Big Data: The New Stratagem for HR Recruiting

Big Data: The New Stratagem for HR Recruiting “Is there an easier way to recruit candidates?” This is the question most HR managers and HR professionals ask themselves today. Another question that worries HR professionals is if there is an easy test that could be developed that could determine which candidates could be successful in an organization in the long run. Such a technique, system, or plan does not seem to exist. So what can help you focus on your recruiting efforts or help you send out the right message that could draw in a better and more qualified pool of candidates? Well, all this can change soon with the emergence of Big Data or Big Data analytics. + read more


The Importance of Having an Employee Handbook

The Importance of Having an Employee Handbook An employee handbook is a booklet that documents your expectations from your employees and what your employees can expect from your company. In other words, it states your legal obligations as an employer and their rights as employees. It contains important information on your company’s policies and procedures and has all details that employees would need to know about their workplace. + read more


Career Planning for your Multigenerational Workforce

Career Planning for your Multigenerational Workforce Workplaces throughout the country today are made up of four distinct generations – the Veterans (1922 – 1946), Boomers (1946 – 1963), Generation X (1963 – 1980), and Generation Y (1980 – 2000). Each of these generations has something to offer in the workplace, such as different values, needs and expectations. As an employer, if you are unable to properly manage and motivate your multigenerational workforce, your Company will soon face challenges in terms of retaining skilled workers and you will fail to leverage the true benefits of a multigenerational workforce. To survive this rare challenge of managing diverse generations of workforce, you need to learn about each of these generational groups, their needs and their motivations. + read more


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