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.
Like pesky ants, demotivators can infest your workplace and prove hard to eliminate. They rarely disappear on their own, which means you must take steps to root them out.
Many managers work well when they have all the facts. Trouble is, they may not know whether they’re operating with the right information.
When submitting a list of references to a potential employer, don’t overdo it.
When interviewing job candidates, beware of giving too much weight to factors such as race, cultural background, age, level of education, religion and so on.
When submitting references to a prospective employer, don’t just list your old bosses.
If she promises to get back to you, ask when you can expect her call.
When presenting your résumé to a potential employer, don’t just drop it in the mail or send it on line.
you’re selling yourself as a new hire (and it's a seller's market), you can put a gentle squeeze on
employers to grant you the financial package you want.
An increasing number of states are passing laws to prevent employers
from dumping current staff in favor of workfare applicants, for whom
employers can receive tax credits and wage subsidies.
Walter B. Wriston is among the most influential American business figures of the 20th century.
Harvey Mackay likes to say TGIM: Thank God It’s Monday.
A handbook from the National Association of Temporary Staffing Services covers such legal issues as workers’ compensation, unemployment insurance, employment taxes and wage and hour issues
There’s an old rule of thumb that says line managers should always make 10 percent more than anyone reporting to them.
When hiring managers scan a pile of résumés, they often look for ways to eliminate applicants from consideration.