It’s an election year. That means candidates are loading up new pieces of legislation, and two of the proposals directly affect how you’ll do your job.
We’ve seen people come up with some creative ways to quit their jobs and express their dissatisfaction with their former employers. But the actions of one ex-employee of a Washington, DC, lobbying group have to be right at the top – or the bottom, depending on your point of view.
If you’re trying to figure out how to make your company look attractive to job-hunters, take a look at what this company did, and then steal this idea (but don’t say we told you to).
They give main five reasons for bailing. And none of them begins with “m” and ends with “y.”
Here’s the one thing you need to look for in your next applicant.
You may know the value of retention. Now you can make sure everyone else in the organization does, too. First, you have to show that retention efforts really are worth the time and bother. Or do they just amount to busy work for HR? The answer comes in 13 words: Organizations with loyal, longtime employees get […]
If a few pending laws are passed, employers in some states soon won’t be allowed to tell employees to keep firearms off of company property. Will your state be next?
We asked 314 HR managers if their company’s part-time employees got some sort of benefits package. Here’s what they said.
One area of discrimination that’s drawn attention is so-called “PIPs” – improvement plans and periods for low-performers. The key question courts are answering: Can you set different probation periods for different employees?Here’s the situation a lot of HR managers face:You have two low-performing employees, one white and the other nonwhite. You and their managers want […]