Are you great at attracting, motivating and keeping employees? Your most important skill is your ability to consistently hire and retain quality employees.
With Halloween, the election, Thanksgiving, Christmas, ski season, and tax season approaching, there is an uptick in available openings for those looking for seasonal jobs. In fact, in order to prepare for peak holiday shopping season, the companies are expected to start recruiting seasonal workers more aggressively, hire them earlier and potentially increase their wages. […]
The word “culture” can be a turn-off for executives and leaders. It may conjure images of unattainable workspaces—pingpong tables, in-house boot camp classes, Google-esque warehouses filled with employees at makeshift desks.
As companies increasingly focus on providing more enjoyable work environments and improving employee engagement, technology is playing a key role in championing those efforts. This is becoming especially important for attracting top millennial talent.
You should eliminate the phrase “it’s not personal” from your repertoire. Adding objectivity in your best practices will help eradicate this false communication.
Consider it a hint of the holiday season to come: Retailers say they expect it to be a bit tougher this year to find seasonal employees because of Michigan’s low unemployment rate and the tighter job market as a whole. Michigan’s unemployment rate dropped to 5.1 percent in August, its lowest point since 2001. That […]
If you view the accomplishments and listen to the leaders of Corp! magazine’s 2015 Salute to Diversity Award winners, it becomes abundantly clear that diversity is far more than a buzzword. For many companies, diversity is viewed as essential to the bottom line.
As an owner or manager, it’s difficult to make the best decisions for your small business by constantly looking at it only from your perspective.
Start thinking pragmatically about how to build the flourishing culture you want in your organization. You and multiple other individuals will make the difference between a culture that lasts and one that does not.
Finding quality employees is a challenge for most businesses. But with a focused strategy, you can get great candidates around the clock. Business consultant Tom Borg tells how.
Good interviewing involves being detail oriented and reminding yourself of the traits necessary to succeed in your own sales environment. Stay focused, kick out the bad candidates, and you’ll find the one you need.
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