There isn’t much on the news right now that gives us confidence in our immediate future. The stock market, inflation, government gridlock, wars and health issues – you name it, we’re worried about it. And if you’re worried about it, so are your employees. This worry can affect employee motivation, retention and engagement.
As a manager, you probably do performance reviews for the people that report to you, but it’s not just the rank and file that will be getting reviews. Your boss reviews you too! As the time for reviews rolls around, are you looking forward to the opportunity or dreading it?
If you follow TikTok, you have probably already been hearing about quiet quitting for awhile. This trend ranges from setting boundaries at work to make sure you are not going too far above and beyond what you are paid for and may continue to out-and-out passive-aggressive
We all have those moments when we would love to rant about a bad experience we had at a place of business. Whether it is in person or online, a store, the bank, a job interview or a product we bought, we are full of opinions and what we feel has fallen short of our expectations.
The FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center has reported an increase in complaints regarding stolen personal information and deepfake video software being used during online interviews.
Whether your employees are at their first job, the middle of their career or on track to retire, one thing they all appreciate are great managers.
Is it time for you to evaluate your job descriptions and interview questions to see if they reflect what you really need from your staff? Are you using the same tired words and phrases you have been using for years: organized, focused, multi-tasker and a multitude of other attributes you value in an employee?
When looking for ways to cut expenses, many businesses look first to their vendor invoices. Which services can be brought in-house, postponed or maybe even eliminated? It is especially tempting to DIY if you think you can save time as well as money.
Your new employee’s first days on the job matters! Their initial impression will stick with them throughout their time in your company. You want them to feel like they have made a great decision to work for your company and be excited to join your team.
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.