Job Posting Essentials
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The Function of Job Descriptions in Maintaining Organizational Control
Why You Shouldn’t View Job Descriptions As Limiting Change
9 Common Problems You Might Be Facing With Your Job Descriptions
Summary: A 401(k) is a plan that lets employees invest a percentage of their income into a retirement savings plan. + read more
Summary: The workforce is constantly changing due to technology, diversity, and other factors, and HR must change with it. Learn more about how HR is changing in these articles. + read more
Summary: Find out to prepare your company’s budget and still make employees feel valued in a leaner economy. + read more
Summary: The economy is looking great this October, and over all this year, with the job market back to where it belongs and growing. + read more
Certified construction managers plan, coordinate, budget, and supervise construction projects from early development to completion. Without these individuals' help, construction projects would be chaotic-complications have the potential to occur from the time ground is broken to right before opening the doors of a new business. And since delays and mistakes cost money, construction project managers are a necessary and valuable investment. We asked a number of construction managers how they met their deadlines to bring visions to reality. This is what they had to say: + read more
Creating and balancing competitive executive reward is one of the trickiest feats. You can't do without it, and you find it difficult to justify - in fact it can affect your business capacity to recruit and retain, if you make even simple mistakes. This article takes a look at why, during designing executive compensation and reward, businesses need to look at competitors, and where they are handicapped by competitive compensation. + read more
It is common to find people in business circles who believe all business growth is good and that businesses either grow or die. However, nothing can be further from the truth. + read more
In his book The E-Myth Revisited (New York: HarperCollins, 1995), Michael Gerber made a succinct observation on the roles of different stakeholders in an entrepreneurial business process. According to Gerber, “the entrepreneur’s job is to create the process, management’s job is to make sure the process is followed, and the technician’s job is to use the process.” + read more
While trying to understand the phenomenon of business growth and how it could be replicated across different business contexts, I came across a book by Edward D. Hess and Jeanne Liedtka titled The Physics of Business Growth: Mindsets, System, and Processes (Stanford, CA: Stanford Briefs, 2012). In the book the authors distilled the results of their more than 15 years of research in studying business growth, and the first chapter of their book describes how businesses themselves are engaged in Fighting the Physics of Business Growth. + read more
A great deal of organization work, like teamwork, is driven by needs that require us to collaborate. Specific business objectives and targets become easier to achieve when there is good collaboration (not collusion or competition) existing between key players in an organization. However, success in collaboration is defined by company culture, perception of the crisis, understanding of collaboration, and traits of collaborating individuals. + read more