Hiring

When hiring employees, negligent hiring practices can doom the process. Learn from your colleagues’ successes – and avoid their pitfalls.

Smart interview questions, well-written job descriptions, and sharp interviewing result in hiring employees that work out well, AND make you look good in the process.

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Look into turning your back-office duties over to a professional employer organization (PEO). New trends and fresh players have heightened competition among PEOs, which serve as a "co-employer" and handle recruiting, ...
I declined a promotion to a newly created HR position. It wasn’t a good fit for me. Since the hiring of the HR person, I get a sense my work no longer is valued.
Struggling to fill a key spot? Want to look great to your boss? Consider hiring an interim executive.
If you need a lawyer to handle an employment issue, you can now go online, announce your legal needs and wait for offers from interested lawyers. But as with many things ...
If you're not testing employees for drugs yet, some of your best excuses are going up in smoke. New testing devices are cheaper and less invasive than urine tests. Example: Products ...
I’m frustrated that our info systems manager can’t get me the data I need, broken down in a certain way.
Browse the latest business books and you’ll see dozens of titles on leadership. But these books hide the ugly truth—that part of being a leader is making unpopular decisions.
Alan Shugart, 70, founded Seagate Technology in 1979, building the company into the world’s largest independent manufacturer of disk drives and related components.
Even if a recruiter courts you like a VIP, research your potential employer thoroughly before accepting a job offer.

Get that raise

by on June 1, 2001 9:30am
in Hiring,Human Resources

What’s the best way to get a raise in a tight-budget environment?
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