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
I love LinkedIn and use it every day. LinkedIn has changed our profession, revolutionized sourcing and recruiting, and continues to be the #1 go-to site for the majority of recruiters, with no competition in sight. I am glad to share creative LinkedIn Sourcing techniques with my colleagues in blog posts, discussions, webinars, and as part of the Sourcing Certification Program..
Lately, I've been running into some LinkedIn functionality that seems temporarily broken.…Continue
Sometimes employees get sick. Sometimes employees have babies. Sometimes employees' babies get sick. Such illnesses, life events and family crises are an inevitable part of adulthood. So why do 43 million Americans working in the private sector still lack the paid time off necessary to deal with them?
That's a question the Obama administration has mulled since a working families summit in June. And the president recently …Continue
Added by Kim Peters on February 3, 2015 at 2:00pm — No Comments
The reason is that the sheer volume of data needs to be tamed and organized in order to deliver tangible and usable information. I
Is your organization…Continue
Added by Dave on January 29, 2015 at 12:30am — No Comments
The ability to say “no” is almost a talent which can save you from a lot of troubles. But sometimes there are situations when you should say “no” not to someone else, but to yourself. If you can do this, you will spare yourself some stressful moments, improve your self-esteem and learn to better interact with your colleagues.
Added by Jana Rookard on January 22, 2015 at 10:08am — No Comments
Easy. They have each won recognition in 2014 for not only creating a great work environment but translating that commitment to the treatment of their candidates – even the ones they don’t hire.
They’ll also be…Continue
There are problems in using “predictors” of suitability for open positions within a company. Hunter and Hunter (1984) showed that interviewing is one of the worst predictors of future job performance. Using reference checks (.26), education (.22) or biographical data (.37) did not improve the odds too favorably. In fact, even the best predictor, test scores, came out at .57. We could make the…Continue
Added by Donald Sonn on December 10, 2014 at 1:28pm — No Comments
Whether you were let go from your previous job for unsatisfactory performance or you have social media skeletons in the closet, starting a new job with a clean slate is the best…Continue
Added by Dave on November 16, 2014 at 11:12pm — No Comments
Sometimes, no matter how hard an employer or recruiter works to find good, long-term employees or no matter how great the company they work for is, employees are going to leave outside of reasons the employer or recruiter can control.
People relocate, people have babies, and people decide to work for…Continue
Added by Dave on November 13, 2014 at 2:51pm — No Comments
News flash –word of mouth marketing about HR isn’t so good. Most people don’t know what you do or why you do it, especially your marketing team. They have no idea just how much your jobs align. (Lucky for you, we won’t tell them if you didn’t know either).
Think about it. Your…Continue
Added by RecruitingBlogs on September 22, 2014 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Added by Jade Hadden on August 20, 2014 at 6:51am — No Comments
The introduction of a national minimum wage in the UK in 1999 is widely thought to have brought about massive improvements in the fortunes of many people at the lower end of the pay scale.
According to a wide-ranging report compiled by the British government's official statistical compiler, the Office for National Statistics, it has contributed to workers who started their careers during that decade being paid an average of 40 per cent more than someone who took their first job in the…Continue
Added by Jade Hadden on July 17, 2014 at 3:31am — No Comments
I want to start this post by saying that I’m so proud and excited about the response to my first post – Coming Out At Work. It’s really cool to know there are so many people who recognize that…Continue
Trace – Guide to Flexible Working changes
From the 30th June 2014 every employee has the statutory right to request flexible working after 26 weeks of continuous service.
What does this mean?
- Pre 30th June the right to request flexible working only applied to the parents of children under the age of 17 or 18 in the case of parents with disabled children or those caring for an adult. Now any eligible employee can…Continue
Added by Andy Lee on July 6, 2014 at 8:00am — No Comments