If you’re like most managers, you probably hold regular performance reviews that are designed to let employees know how they’re doing, and give them a chance to improve on their weaknesses. But what about performance reviews for you, the employer? Wouldn’t it make sense to give employees an opportunity to tell you, as an organization, […]
Questions rule the job search and new hire process. From those in the interview to the inquiries throughout the first few weeks, recruiters and job candidates alike are riddled by many different things. While most questions are answered in great detail, there are a few crucial questions that go unanswered.
Recently, TIME explored the eight qualities that make a boss great. But why stop there? When it comes to the workplace, we all want more than just great bosses. We want great everything.
When crafting effective hiring strategies, employers consider cost, resources and the benefits of using various resources. HR departments spend countless hours developing comprehensive onboarding programs to train and develop new employees efficiently and expediently. The goal: attraction, retention and motivation. Yet few companies consider their firing, or termination, strategies in this process. But effective and respectful firing strategies play an […]
For some employees, the exit interview is the dreaded last step before they can walk away from a job. For some employers, the exit interview is often a perfunctory exercise that yields few actual productive results. Human Resources expert Sharlyn Lauby at hrbartender.com says the ill fate of the exit interview is due to a […]