Why is it that retailers get all excited and place all their efforts and resources in attracting a new client, yet penny pinch in trying to obtain a new employee?
Employee engagement begins with the recruitment process. If we get this element of the engagement journey right, then engaging employees is easy!
Behind every exceptionally successful organisation is employee engagement. An organisation can only be a competitive market leader and a driving force in its industry, if it has a team of people who are truly engaged.
Have you ever selected the wrong person for a job? Your candidate interviewed well, their profile was good, but after a few weeks their performance did not live up to their promise. If this has happened to you, you are not alone!
When the subject of recruitment, performance management, training or succession planning comes up, managers are usually forced to concede that a practical statement of what someone has to achieve would be useful.
This job description format encourages a focus on end results and clear measures, or key performance indicators (KPIs), to show when they have been achieved.
Over the years, organisations have adopted some tried-and-true approaches for onboarding senior level executives. In addition to these approaches, there are other, more innovative - even surprising - tactics that can drive even greater results for both the individual and organisation.
Put yourself in your brand new employee's shoes. How welcomed do they feel on their first day on the job? On their third day? What about the third month on the job?
Confidentiality is becoming an increasingly important issue in commercial dealings. In this article we look at some of the issues that arise in relation to obligations of confidentiality.
What any manager really needs is personnel that can get RESULTS.
When interviewing, it is very important to take actual results into consideration. That a person has produced in the past, and is able to prove it, is of great importance.
In the rave to recruit and retain good staff, many business owners often see themselves outgunned by larger enterprises. But there are ways of levelling the playing field.
Smart leaders don’t recruit the best people, they attract them. Why do they do it? They do it because it makes their lives easier, and their companies more successful.
Why performance-based job descriptions attract and retain the best staff.
Use this sample business conduct policy when employing.
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