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By Yvonne Nellums, PHR, SHRM-CP on Tuesday, February 13, 2018
This week is Valentine’s Day and love is in the air! Significant others will be showering loved ones with gifts and many offices will be full of flowers, candy, and balloons. During this festive time, coworkers will have a peek into the private lives of many of their peers. But what happens if you find out you have a situation of two employees dating in the workplace... Now what do you do?
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Today’s top talent is employed! They are comfortable in their current jobs and are passive job seekers at best. Most top talent is not even considering making a move, so what can entice them to seek out other opportunities? If you want to lure top talent back into the job market, you will need to provide more than the typical job description.
Having a diverse workforce can provide a greater variety of solutions to problems encountered in your business. Employees from different backgrounds bring experiences, ideas and solutions which can help your business improve. This is why it is critical for employers to have a workplace diversity program.
Summer is here and the young workers are waiting to begin work! This is an opportune time for you to hire some teenage workers and determine which one you would like to retain for the fall rush.
As an employer, you are more than likely familiar with standard interview formats such as one-on-one, group interviews and panel interviews. But are you aware of the benefits of working interviews?
As a supervisor, do you remember the last time you hired someone and needed to develop an “orientation” period but had no clue where to start? LinkedIn's "Onboarding In-A-Box" is a great place to start!