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3 Easy Ways to Keep Employees Happy

By | May 16th, 2017|Categories: Human Resources|

Employee retention is one of the most important elements of success for a small business. After all, if you have just a few employees, they are likely wearing quite a few different hats. They have perfected the balance of everything they have to handle, and have become invaluable to your team. If they leave, you have [...]

The Enigma of Candidates with Criminal Records

By | April 29th, 2017|Categories: Human Resources|

A crucial part of any recruitment process is the background check. You’ve gone through the interview and found the perfect candidate, only to find out they were convicted of a crime. Now, you’ve got to start all over after sending that resume to the circular file. At least, that’s the logical thing to do, right? Turns [...]

How to Find Better Candidates with Better Job Postings

By | April 23rd, 2017|Categories: Human Resources|

When done incorrectly, recruiting can be a massive drain on time and money. Interviewing candidates that don’t fit your business needs or culture can cause you to not only lose a day for the interview itself, but also forces you to spend even more time interviewing other candidates who might be what you’re looking for.  It’s [...]

5 Insightful Interview Questions to Ask Your Next Job Candidate

By | April 22nd, 2017|Categories: Human Resources|

Interviewing candidate after candidate can be one of the most boring ways to spend a day. You ask those same old questions: “Why do you want to work here?”“Where do you see yourself in five years?” And in response, you get the same old answers: “I want to help your company grow,”“I hope to be in [...]

HR Recruitment Statistics

By | March 23rd, 2017|Categories: Human Resources|

How to Fire an Employee – because someone’s gotta do it.

By | May 16th, 2016|Categories: Human Resources|Tags: |

Firing people. Once, back in the days of the Hawthorne Experiment, it was easy, and employees would thank business owners for having hired them in the first place. Then it became kind of awkward for employers, having new "human resources" rules to follow. But now Donald Trump has made it cool again -- you just sit [...]