Interviewing candidates well is a skill that, like any other in their repertoire, a hiring manager must learn and develop. With an ever-evolving job market and increasing turn-over rates, the hiring process for many companies can become a rote process by which talent is pooled, interviews are conducted, candidates are chosen, and a new hire […]
Everyone seems to be compiling their summer reading lists during this time of year (why do we just have a summer reading list? Do we all hate reading during the other 3 seasons?). In addition to your personal ones, consider putting together a set of books to motivate your employees through the summer months.
For many of us, useful feedback about performance is only available during established activities throughout the year, such as one on ones or during performance review time. However, as employees, we never stop learning and developing and feedback for performance reviews can be untimely or very cookie-cutter. As an employee, you have a responsibility to […]
“Leadership Development Plan” sounds like HR mumbo-jumbo… cue employees groaning and hoping that they have a conflict with the scheduled training. In reality, this type of employee development can be a miraculous “cure for what ails you” when it comes to workplace problems. Leadership development, in its most basic form, sets a series of goals […]
Most recruiters and hiring managers understand the importance of a top-notch corporate culture. After all, implementing a culture with great corporate values will make your company more attractive to the kind of job seekers you need to walk through your company’s front doors. These perks can range from nap rooms and unlimited vacations to free […]