Accountability. The term sometimes veers into “buzzword” territory, where people in the workplace know it’s valuable and important, but it’s hard to actually define.
What is a “reasonable relationship?” No, we’re not talking about a healthy and mature relationship with your significant other. In the workplace, a reasonable relationship can mean a few different things. It may be the relationship between your guaranteed salary and what you’re actually being paid. It may also mean the relationship between you and […]
Whether you’ve written hundreds of employment offer letters in your HR career or you’re completely new to the practice, it’s worth reviewing what information should be included in one.
Job seekers make themselves vulnerable by putting their work history and skills out there for judgment, and companies are spending time and resources to find the best person to join their team.