With today’s high unemployment rates, many companies believe that anyone would want to work for them. As Talent Puzzle points out in their cleverly crafted infographic (see below), this is not necessarily the case. When hiring new employees we all want to hire the best of the best. In order to attract top talent, there are […]
There is a war out there, and it’s being waged against you over your top talent. Strategies are being used to lure them away. Covert missions are occurring during which they’re being wooed with better benefits and pay. And if you’re not careful, you could wind up on the losing side.
Not only is it hard to make everybody happy, but it’s difficult to keep them all happy. As an employer though, that’s your goal. On top of keeping your clients and shareholders happy, you’re working on a daily basis to keep your employees happy. After all, their happiness is the key to appeasing everyone else.
If you’ve stepped into any workplace in the past few years, you’ll notice a stark difference from the office space of last century. It used to be nose to the grindstone, all work and no play. But the office scene today is the new social scene.
Small business hiring is competitive. You not only have to compete with other startups and small businesses but the big corporations as well. So once you find the right employee, you’ll do anything to keep them.