We are talking about creating an effective discipline program that is beneficial to both an employer and employee.
New employee orientation—also known as onboarding—is the process by which you introduce a new employee to your staff and management, as well as to the workplace environment.
Your goal is to familiarize your new employee with the company and create a positive first impression. Employee orientation can also be used for employees who are promoted within your company and need a similar type of program.
The most important tasks in conducting job interviews are preparing questions and evaluating candidates' answers. However, there are other key things you can do to ensure a successful interview process.
First, create a comfortable environment for the candidate…
Conduct the interview in a neat, quiet area such as an office or conference room
Today we’re talking about the secrets to successful hiring. Let’s face it… if recruiting were simple, it wouldn’t be such a valued expertise within the human resources field.
4 Must-Haves for Recruiting
First, let’s take a look at your overall recruiting process. You need to have a system in place that allows you to:
We are discussing how to write a good job description. If you're just getting started, these tips can help you understand the essential steps for how to write a good job description. And if you already have job descriptions in place, now is a great time to review them in light of these guidelines–you may discover it's time for some revisions!
Job descriptions are an essential part of hiring and managing employees. In addition to helping you recruit and hire the right candidates, these written summaries serve as a key basis for outlining employees' performance expectations, job training, job evaluation, and career advancement.
The discharge of an employee does not necessarily end the employer’s relationship with…or obligations to… the employee. Benefits provided by the employer as well as benefits mandated by law may in fact cause that relationship to continue.
We're discussing tips on keeping your employees feeling upbeat and productive, and how your workplace--and even the season of the year--can impact your employees in a positive or negative way.
Before we discuss ways to improve your corporate culture, let’s summarize 5 components to consider in your compensation and benefits package:
Make sure your salaries are competitive in your marketplace
Consider bonus or incentive programs
Talk to your insurance broker about cost effective ways you can improve and enhance your health and life insurance benefits
Offer a retirement plan like a 401(k) or Simple IRA
Consider other types of perks and benefits, like a gym membership or free lunch Fridays
We all know you need skilled and dedicated employees to build and grow your business. Attracting the right people is essential to positioning your company for growth and success, but establishing your company as a destination for top talent takes effort.
You've got to lead the competition on two fronts by: (1) offering an attractive compensation and benefits package, and (2) showcasing a corporate brand and culture that both excites and motivates candidates.
It's likely that most, if not all, of your employees bring a personal cell phone to the office. Determining when it is acceptable for your employees to use their personal cell phones in the workplace, and when it is not, requires a careful balancing act.