Managers get blamed for a lot of turnover and internal issues, but how much of that is really their fault?
Here are some thoughts on two different sets of interviews — one to dig into why an employee’s leaving, and one to find out why employees want to stay. Exit interviews get mixed reviews among HR pros. But if you’re going to do them, you need to do them right. Andrew Lu, writing on Findlaw’s […]
You’ve slogged through dozens of resumes, set up and conducted multiple rounds of interviews and, finally, you’ve extended an offer to the perfect candidate. Except she decides to go with another company’s offer instead.
When you terminate an employee and they leave quietly without incident, you may think that’ll be the end of it. But “vent letters,” messages in which ex-employees air all their grievances, are becoming increasingly common — and it’s important to know how to respond. Take complaints seriously A few old employees might just want to […]
It can be tough to keep good workers on your staff. Here’s how one HR manager got more employees to stay on board.
In an economy like this one, you’re going to get a lot of job applicants — many who’ll use up your time figuring out if they make the cut. But there’s a proven method that can help you separate the champions from the chopped liver.
Most companies conduct exit interviews with departing employees right before they leave. But some experts say to start the process sooner.
The exit interview is a long-time staple of HR departments. But an increasing number of companies large and small are ending the practice of asking departing workers to sit down for a final interview.
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