So, we’ve got our day all set. Schedules are fixed, goals written, tasks assigned, and so forth. Then something happens — or doesn’t happen — and everything seems to spiral out of control. We get next to nothing done.
Companies are constantly screening applicants in the hopes of finding someone of rock star quality to walk through the door. But at the end of the day, most of them discover just one seeming reality: rock star candidates are hard to come by.
The basic company structure usually puts owners at the top of the hierarchy while constituents line up below them. However, there is another organizational scheme that allows constituents to run the trade. We call companies of such nature “employee-owned and operated.”
A large part of a business depends on employees. For one, employees determine the productivity and profitability of a business. While creating or modifying your benefits package, you may want to consider which benefits are more attractive to new employees.
Giving stock options to employees is quickly becoming a regular practice among top companies to help attract talent and boost employee retention. Employee stock ownership also bolsters productivity by giving employees a stake in the company’s success.
A competitive benefits package attracts and retains great talents. It enhances employee engagement while increasing work motivation, job satisfaction and productivity, ultimately leading to business growth.
In the hiring process, one of the areas of interest to candidates are the employee benefits.
Our roles at work can change during different seasons of a company’s history — during a financial crisis, reorganization due to change of owners or leadership, introduction of new technology,
According to a report by Preptel, 75% of job applications are rejected before they are viewed by human eyes. Even if you have outstanding skills and impeccable credentials, your resume still may not get past an applicant tracking system (ATS).
One of the challenges that HR departments face is poor recruitment process. Issues arise when recruitment personnel come up with flimsy job descriptions or fail to select suitable candidates. Sometimes, candidates are picked based on their personal characteristics instead of their professional competence. Bad hiring decisions negatively impact productivity and business growth. This may even […]