Promoting Employee Wellness

Posted

It happens at this time of year: As the holidays approach and flu season sets in, employees start to look a little less rested, call in sick, don’t have their usual motivation because their bodies are being pushed too hard by illness and stress. As an employer, you want those who work for you to… Read more »

Strategies to Reduce Turnover in Young Employees

Posted

Turnover costs quite a bit, on various fronts. In the literal sense, turnover becomes expensive: Depending on the industry, it can cost thousands of dollars to replace just one good employee. A higher turnover rate adds up over time. There’s also the cost of lost productivity (finding someone to replace who’s left, time taken to… Read more »

The Hiring Process: Is Yours Costing You Great Candidates?

Posted

All companies want to find and bring in the best possible talent; it makes logical sense. Now ask yourself a question: When was the last time you truly examined your hiring process? If you feel you haven’t managed to attract the kind of candidates you want, you may need to look at your hiring practices… Read more »

Do You Have an Employee Handbook? Three Reasons You Should.

Posted

If you want employees to remember the rules and the ropes, it helps to have a tangible document they can get their hands on — or that you can show them — as needed. As a written record of a company’s policies, regulations, legal statements, and general information, an employee handbook can cover a number… Read more »

When Is The Right Time to Start Looking for Candidates?

Posted

It’s come to your attention that you have to hire new employees – someone has given a notice, or you’ve expanded and need to bring on more people (either temporarily or permanently). So what’s the best way — and time — to start searching for candidates? You have several factors to consider that will help… Read more »