Is your eye trained to look for warning signs when reviewing a job seeker’s video resume? Don’t fret if it’s not, but it is helpful to recognize these red flags since they can tip you off that a candidate will not likely mesh well with you or your organization. If you’re ready to sharpen these skills, check out our weekend edition HR vlog! Like this article? Subscribe to our HR digest to receive a weekly email with fresh and informative content.
Employers, do you think you know what your employees want from you? If you do, you may actually be in for a surprise. In this week’s HR vlog I talk about one of our most shared and popular infographics: What Employees Really Want From Employers. If you think the number one thing your employees want is a raise, think again! In fact, what employees want most is… Well, watch the vlog and see for yourself. Like this article? Subscribe to our HR digest to receive a weekly email with fresh and informative content.
Do you know what a toxic employee is? Do you how how negatively they can influence the rest of your team? Well, if you aren’t quite sure, then be sure to watch this week’s vlog below. We talk about how just approximately 5 percent of your employees could be accounting for 90 percent of people’s work-related woes. Only 5 percent! Take a couple minutes and watch our vlog to learn how you can combat toxic employees in your company so your company culture does not suffer. Like this article? Subscribe to our HR digest to receive a weekly email with Continue reading
Did you know that happy workers are more productive workers? Well if you think about it, it makes complete sense. Do you think you would be more productive if you were happy with your job, or more if you were unhappy? That is why keeping your employee morale up is pretty important. So what can you do to work towards this? For starters, you can make sure your employees know that you appreciate them. Remember how much we talked about employee appreciation a while back? Keep this is mind and starting showing your employees you care. You also want to Continue reading
When you have a new position to fill for your company or department, do you want to hire someone that will stay for six months, or for two years? It’s no secret that when you are hiring, you want to hire someone that will stay with the company for a long time. You already know that the average time it takes to hire a new employee is 45 days. If it takes that long to hire an employee, do you really want to have to do it all over again in just a few months? Chances are that answer is Continue reading