Just how much information should you share with your employees to increase the level of transparency in your business? Every business owner and every manager has to decide, sometimes daily, just how much information they want to disclose. Do you want to let employees know that the company revenues are changing? What about internal reshuffling or downsizing? It’s important to weigh the consequences of all these actions.
Checking employment references is time-consuming and frequently unsatisfactory in obtaining the necessary information to determine if an individual is a suitable job candidate. Despite legislation that provides protection for references, many employers refuse to offer more than dates of employment, salary history, and job title. If you have the opportunity to reach your candidate's manager, you are likely to receive more useful information that highlights the candidate's skills and contributions.
Sexual Harassment Is Discrimination Sexual harassment is a form of discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Sexual harassment occurs when one employee makes continued, unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature to another employee against his or her wishes. According to an issues report update from the U.S.
Mental health at work is something that people would like to ignore, but just like physical health, good mental health is critical to workplace success. When you understand the sources of stress, you can take steps to ensure that you are healthy mentally. http://bit.ly/2LSVILFpic.twitter.com/KiZBsl2Ls6
Employees leave bosses, not jobs, but what can bosses do to make employees happy? Bosses think they've fulfilled their duty with a paycheck, but that's not enough if you want a happy workplace. There's one attribute employees want more than anything. http://bit.ly/2LtV4Qepic.twitter.com/5NjxS04yQM
You wanted a job in Human Resources because you like people. But, liking people is not enough. There are many skills every HR manager needs to become truly successful. Here are 10 of them—and not one of them is liking people (although that does help). http://bit.ly/2TvwMsRpic.twitter.com/x3mzjGF8zC
Checking references is time-consuming and often unsatisfactory in obtaining the information needed to determine if an individual is a suitable job candidate. Despite legislation that provides protection for references, many employers refuse to offer much. http://bit.ly/2B5GNWPpic.twitter.com/NmuEujmIeI
Halloween in the office is an annual team building, employee morale-boosting celebration that is fun for all. You can celebrate Halloween in the office. Engage employees in team building and relationship building events, festivities, fun, and food. http://bit.ly/2OUWGbDpic.twitter.com/eoWPABGKZm