With the national unemployment rate at 4.2% (November 2021, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics), you have a lot of competition out there trying to hire job candidates to fill open positions.
We all form habits and thank goodness we do. Otherwise, our brains would be hyper-exhausted! Habits help us move through our day without making a huge volume of conscious decisions
Giving power to literally everyone to start this legal action with lawyers that are more than happy to profit from it, seems like a sure-fire way to halt business growth at a time that we need it most
You have carefully cultivated your staff. You perform due diligence in your interviews, your background checking and in creating productive team environments. So, what went wrong? Why does it seem as though the negative vibes in your workplace have taken over?
If you own or manage a business that hires a lot of lower paid workers, your work life is probably very difficult right now. Restaurants, travel, entertainment, events and recreation took such a heavy hit
COVID has changed the workforce in so many ways. Business closures, both temporary and permanent, have disrupted business owners and individual careers. Working remotely has changed the corporate environment for both employees and customers. Even as we get back to some semblance of normal, the way we do business has been altered forever.
Depending on the size of your company, your HR department and your budget, it is likely you may question the necessity of performing background screening on your candidates.
If your company is not agile and doesn’t embrace change, you can’t afford to stagnate. Your eye should always be on your next goal, whether that is in your present company or making a change to a new job.
Whether you are working in your company’s office building or your home office, it is likely that a minimalist workspace could be cleaner, more efficient and help with your productivity.
Are you on time? Maybe in your personal life you like to make an entrance and that means not being the first to arrive. However, in business, being on time matters. A lot.