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Summary: Read EmploymentCrossing’s 10 Most Popular Articles for Employers in 2020. + read more
Learning how to conduct a job interview and choose the right candidate seems like something that should be natural for anyone who owns a business or has managerial or operational authority. Yet, determining which applicant will be the best fit for your work environment is no easy task. The job interview process is just as much about you getting to know the candidate as it is the candidate getting to know you. This article is dedicated to how a job interview should be conducted and choosing the most qualified talent. You will learn how to prepare in advance to conduct the job interview process, phone interviews, the actual job interview process, some of the best interview questions to ask (and some you should avoid), body language of the candidate, and moving on to the next steps after you’ve identified which applicant would make a great employee. + read more
Summary: Read EmploymentCrossing’s 10 Most Popular Articles for Employers in 2019. + read more
- Boomers are aging and Millennials now make up the majority of the workforce.
- Millennials work hard but they expect much too.
- Knowing how these expectations are changing the workplace will be important for companies that want to retain this generation long-term.
- Old business models no longer work. Culture has changed and companies that understand this, using data and analytics, will be the ones to succeed.
- Even though they are the digital generation, they know that technology continues to evolve and unless they keep up they too will be left behind.
Can Your Work Team Increase Productivity & Profitability? Here’s How to Build (& Sustain) a Great Team
Summary: Building strong and productive teams requires intention and planning. It also requires managers that employees can trust. This article shows you how to create a great team. + read more
Summary: When employees work sick, they may think they are helping their company. This is a mistake! Learn why employees should stay home when they are not feeling well. + read more
Summary: Employees want flexible work schedules. Flexible workplaces have happier, more engaged, and more productive employees. But employers need to make sure it works for them, too. + read more
Summary: Successful companies know that diverse workplaces are advantageous. But making it work requires more than just hiring a diverse staff and writing a policy. You need a plan. + read more
Summary: The difference between a good workplace and a bad one can be the difference between a life that’s happy and a life that’s not: How to know if your workplace is healthy and the consequences if it’s not. + read more
Summary: There’s more to Human Resources than hiring, training, and dispensing policy and employee benefits. This “more” now comes in the form of Talent Management and Talent Acquisition. More forward-looking than traditional HR, this more progressive and proactive approach is a way of optimizing both your talent and your organization, now and in the future. + read more