As an HR pro, you know one employee can make all the difference. Such is the case at Japan’s Kishikawa train line.
Leadership & Strategy
“Lose weight or lose your job.” That’s what one woman heard from her male boss. And there was nothing illegal about the order.
HR manager Teresa Stevens found that her day consisted of a series of interruptions to answer employees’ questions about HR-related matters. Then, she hit on an idea to end the interruptions and keep employees happy.
The National Association of Colleges and Employers asked 19,000 new graduates what they were looking from their employers. The answers were surprising.
Most companies don’t care if their employees have second jobs as long as it doesn’t cause a conflict of interest. So, can someone be the top elected official in the land and host a TV show at the same time?
Happy employees are more likely to go the extra mile to make customers happy. This Best Buy salesman really wanted to make the sale. (Video)
It’s a rare business that needs an employment contract for every employee. But it can save you time, money and legal aggravation if you know which employees should be under contract and which shouldn’t.
Picking on bosses is always fun, but let’s give them a fair shake and list their pet peeves about employees.
Employees should be able to occasionally reconsider decisions they make at work without fear. But what if they change their minds just because they’re under pressure from others?