A high employee turnover rate means more costs incurred for rehiring and retraining new recruits, not to mention a more error-prone office due to constant changes in the people who handle the day-to-day tasks. To help you avoid a…Continue
Added by Devin Caldwell on December 7, 2017 at 1:21pm — No Comments
Nurses everywhere see patients who have been injured while at work. It is sobering to think that even in modern society, many industries continue to pose staggering health risks on their workers. Whether constructing a tall building or tending a farm, many activities we take for granted imperil the participants.
For those who have chosen to make a living in a dangerous line of work, the risks are high. So, too, are the potential costs to society and those of us in the healthcare…Continue
Added by Rachael Murphey on November 27, 2017 at 5:48pm — No Comments
Your resume is a work of art. Your cover letter is perfect. And no one fits this job better than you.
But here goes the problem:
You're a 100% introvert who, put it nicely, doesn't like ongoing interactions, greetings, handshakes, questions, and being the center of attention. In other words, you can't stand anything related to successful job interviews.
Yes, it's tough. It's stressful, challenging, and terrifying. But no matter how introverted you are, you won't be able…Continue
For your business to work efficiently, it's necessary to maintain the efforts of the human resources department. When the manager's performance goes unchecked or incompetent workers get hired, a number of complaints arise. Pay attention to several, common complaints that affect the HR…Continue
Early finishes, free drinks and office lunches are just a selection of perks that companies have been offering over the years to keep us motivated and attract new employees. However, with more and more companies announcing cut backs to such incentives and with the value…Continue
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Employees who experience no stress associated with performing their profession at work are in the minority. The Stress in the Workplace international survey conducted in 11 European countries with a sample of 58,508 employees and conducted by the international Paylab.com portal…Continue
Added by Daniela Berakova on May 19, 2017 at 9:30am — No Comments
When you have a job outside the home, it can be hard to schedule time to spend with your kids, to clean the house or to enjoy time with friends. Aside from quitting your job, which likely isn't an option financially, you might want to consider looking for a career…Continue
Added by Emma Sturgis on May 5, 2017 at 4:45pm — No Comments
Good habits never go out of style.
In 1989, fax was the fastest way to send a message and jobs were sourced via the newspaper. Today, the range of modern devices, tools and gadgets we rely on offer digital convenience with one drawback: constant distraction. Before any of today's technical devices were…Continue
Added by Chrissy Nicholas Dooley on January 5, 2017 at 9:16pm — No Comments
It's no surprise now that the economy is dwindling. So, either you're going to worry and wait until all gets better (which could take years) or you'll do something proactive for yourself. I suggest the latter way, as it's the one that builds character. It helps you financially survive in everything. Tough times teach us to be…Continue
Added by Ellen Summerhills on September 26, 2016 at 3:30am — No Comments
If you work in a cubicle, chances are, you sometimes feel like a worker bee in a busy hive. Indeed, spending your Mondays through Fridays in a drab, fabric-lined alcove can, across time, be awfully uninspiring. This can be even more evident if your job happens to involve using your creativity. Thankfully, relief is at hand. There are more than a few creative cubicle upgrades you can employ to liven up your workspace. So, when workplace doldrums finally become insufferable, try the following…Continue
Added by Brooke Chaplan on December 22, 2015 at 11:00am — No Comments
If you’ve begun to realize you don’t love your job as much as you used to, take comfort in the thought that getting into a career rut is easy. First, you land a great position. Next, you work for the same company for a couple of years and after a while, you learn that your boss never gives your any raises and you have nowhere left to grow.
If this scenario sounds familiar, it might be time to pull yourself out of a dead-end job and find a new, more rewarding career.…Continue
Added by Brooke Chaplan on November 19, 2015 at 1:24pm — No Comments
We’ve pulled together some key stats from surveys by Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, Forbes and Payscale to find out what is in store for the next…Continue
Added by Christine Marino on August 24, 2015 at 9:59am — No Comments
Everyone has reason to become negative about his/her work from time to time. Workplaces are composed of people with various personalities and attitudes, which can become negative when there are deadlines to be met, and challenging tasks to be completed. There is no set solution to preventing negativity in the workplace, but guidelines should be put in place so the employees are held to a certain expectation of behavior when the environment…Continue
Added by Stacy Carpenter on August 18, 2015 at 12:51am — No Comments
According to a recent Forbes article, over 40 percent of people quit their jobs due to lack of recognition. Regularly expressing appreciation to employees is an excellent way to reduce turnover and increase employee work satisfaction and when you recognize some of your most superstar employees you keep morale high and positive. Below are four great options to show more…Continue
Added by Brooke Chaplan on August 3, 2015 at 4:26pm — No Comments
Caring for your employees isn't just the right thing to do, it can also save your company a substantial amount of money. Taking care of your employees results in less sick days, increased productivity, and greater engagement in the workplace. Almost 90 percent of employers assume when an employee leaves it's because they found a better paying job; however, this is actually only true in about 12 percent of the cases. Losing employees is expensive, and it can be time-consuming and expensive to…Continue
Added by Brooke Chaplan on July 6, 2015 at 1:30pm — No Comments
Here’s the math: 4 days x 8 hours a day = 32 hour workweek.
No catch, no secret “well we work 10 hour days 4 days a week,” but a real live shortened work week. I can almost hear the nervous thoughts and I can confess,…Continue
Added by Katrina Kibben on May 5, 2015 at 5:05pm — No Comments
If you’re a manger of an office team or you own your own company and you have many members of staff working for you, it can’t be under estimated just how important it is to keep up moral around the workplace. Obviously, one of the main reasons that everyone chooses to work is for monetary reasons so making sure that everyone is paid on-time and the correct amount is the first step towards good moral. However, after a while, workers can lose their good moral and this can affect the company’s…Continue
Added by James Richings on April 16, 2015 at 8:16am — No Comments
During years when temporary employment makes up slightly more than 2% of the current workforce (nearly 3,000,000 temp workers) and is continuing to increase, it is fascinating to notice the trends in a booming temporary employment and staffing industry compared to trends in employment as a whole.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that a year over year comparison between temporary employment…Continue
Added by Jonathan Rodriguez on March 19, 2015 at 4:30pm — No Comments