To create a culture of trust, bosses need to stop holding so many meetings and spend more time demonstrating commitment to and care for employees, writes John Keyser. “It requires an attitude of servant leadership, truly making helping your team members a top priority, and wanting your team to be a community founded on strong […]
In general employees have to be paid for attending mandatory training sessions. Learn the rules about paying employees for their time spent training.
Being a barista isn’t a bad thing—if you have passion. But being an involuntary 40-year old barista is a place you don’t want your kids to be.
I have worked for hiring managers who relished the opportunity to interview new candidates. Theyâd get all excited – but for the wrong reasons – they were to destroy the poor unsuspecting interviewee. The candidate is in the waiting room, while the interviewer is in their office planning an attack to put them on their […]
So, why the reports of demise? Because many get stuck on the original job board format without realizing that the job board industry has changed. Yesterday’s job boards offered a place to post static content that would expire after a period of time. Today’s job boards are much more dynamic.
With the unemployment rate set to finally plummet toward pre-recession levels, some economists think 2014 is beginning to shape up as the Year of the Raise. For millions of workers, it’s about time.
Successful mergers and acquisitions require transformative, empathetic leaders.
When hiring for your own team, assess your greatest weaknesses and seek someone who will offset those deficiencies, Jay Kuhns writes. The strategy will help you avoid the bias of hiring people similar to yourself, Kuhns writes.
Employers may want to re-think their shifting attitudes towards workplace flexibility when it comes to their younger employees.
Look for the person who believes in the company and is hungry for the opportunity to be a part of something special.
Employers will probably boost payrolls and the jobless rate is projected to keep sliding in 2014 as the U.S. economy strengthens. The one element missing will be bigger wage gains.
If companies shared their cash stash with employees, how much would workers get? A lot.