Archive for the ‘HR and recruitment’ Category

As a business owner, you have to see yourself as the quarterback. Engage with all employees — not just your “star players” — and work to build a trusting team. Your company’s success is built on this foundation of mutual trust.

Going digital is a convenient and effective marketing strategy because of its low start-up costs, extensive reach and popularity.

Many college graduates and young people have a very difficult time in getting the job that they want because they lack the experience for the job. Even worse, the company will only hire somebody who does have experience.

Many workers nowadays have a difficult time getting a raise at their job. It can be frustrating to work very hard and never see an increase in your pay.

Young people entering the workforce often face a frustrating cycle. Employers keep turning them down for not having any experience, which doesn’t allow them to gain any experience to be a better job candidate in the future. What can young workers and college students do to subvert this cycle? Let’s look at some tips to help young people in their job hunting.

It is very difficult for an employee to get along with all of their co-workers. Usually there is somebody who can give us a difficult time and make our jobs difficult. Whenever somebody doesn’t do their job or comes in late or is hard to please it can make things challenging

Here are 7 tips to help you build a happy, motivated workforce. The best thing about them is they’re proven to work. They work for us & can work for you.

Many companies are laying off people and are downsizing so it is imperative that you have something to offer for the company you are working for. Here are some suggestions on how to become a valuable employee for the place you are working for.

When it comes to employment law, organisations have policies and procedures in place for numerous reasons, reasons which include transparency, consistency, fairness and clarity. Accordingly, when an Organisation has a policy or policies in place why are these not always adhered to?

Economists from universities in UK and Germany found that happier people are roughly 12% more productive than their less happy peers. Here are some tips!