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Find The Best Employees By Using A Thorough Job Application Form


Find The Best Employees By Using A Thorough Job Application Form Applying for a job usually entails filling out a job application form, which may be the first step to finding a suitable employment. An employer who requires that the job applicant fill out a job application form may be indicating his or her interest in hiring the applicant. In any case, employers require as detailed as possible information from the prospective employee and this may include filling out such details as references, previous...more

The Importance of Job Descriptions For Employees


The Importance of Job Descriptions For Employees Author: Loren YadeskiJob description is a crucial part of every job in every organized working environment. Writing and compiling job descriptions is one of the very important jobs of a human resources person in an organization. It is really important because it covers details of the day to day duties expected from each employee in all departments of a given firm. In writing job descriptions for each position, it should cover such areas as...more

Building A Stellar Business One Employee At A Time by:John Beaton


Building A Stellar Business One Employee At A Time by:John Beaton Top businesses that continually lead their industry clearly understand a simple fact: People are their most vital assets. Every employee plays a key role in the company. In today's climate, your company cannot afford redundant employees. All businesses are run and operated by people. Each person makes decisions every day based on what that person believes and values. When a person makes better value decisions, it generates better results for the company. A quantum shift begins, one that most other businesses dream about. Now, there's a way for every company to turn that dream into a reality.Executives who excel know what their people value. Employees who align their values with their actions make better and more profitable decisions. One way is to ask each person what is important in life. Some will be crystal clear and will be able to tell you, others will have an idea and others still will be uncertain.Executives who lead know what their people value, the strengths they possess and the roadblocks they experience. Employees want to know what causes their roadblocks and how to eliminate them. Companies can develop their people to make better decisions and commitments that...more

Hiring and Retaining Good Employees by:Myron Curry


Hiring and Retaining Good Employees by:Myron Curry Hiring good employees is not only important to business, it's essential. Employees are the heart and soul of a business; they are the mechanism that makes a business run; they are the breath of life that enables a business to be something more than an idea. A business cannot run unless someone (employees, in this case) is doing the work. Any...more

What Your Employees Want You to Know (But You Might Be Afraid to Ask) by:Jan B. King


What Your Employees Want You to Know (But You Might Be Afraid to Ask) by:Jan B. King This is a challenge for every company owner and manager. You have tremendous plans for growth and expect a lot of your employees. But do you know if the company is meeting your best employees' expectations? Are you providing the type of environment that supports high productivity and high quality? Do you really want to know? If you do,...more

Four Employee Behaviors That Can Kill Your Business by:Jan B. King


Four Employee Behaviors That Can Kill Your Business by:Jan B. King I found it important to clarify for employees what "deal-breaker" behavior was at my company. These are the things I insisted would not be tolerated and would lead to immediate or ultimate termination, depending on the nature of the infraction of these hard and fast rules. Here are the behaviors I would not tolerate: 1. Gossip. Rumors can be incredibly disruptive to a company. A lack of information can get rumors started, and frank explanations can usually stop them. However, some employees thrive on the admiration of others when they seem to be "in the know." Define gossip as clearly as you can and tell employees what you expect them to do when they hear it. First and foremost, that you don't repeat it. Along the same lines of gossip, remind employees that all e-mail sent or received on company computers is considered company business and not private correspondence. 2. Violence or threatening or abusive behavior. Termination should be immediate for any employee who engages in any form of violent or abusive behavior. Workplace violence includes threatened or actual abuse and can be verbal or physical. These behaviors only escalate with time and are never excusable. Any...more

Are you in AWE of your Employees? by:Jan B. King


Are you in AWE of your Employees? by:Jan B. King Employers have become so concerned about seeming "unfair" or worse becoming the victims of lawsuits by unhappy ex-employees that they've stopped requiring minimum standards of employees. This can only lead to poor individual and eventually poor...more

Christmas and Business Gifts for Your Clients and Employees! by:Keith Thompson


Christmas and Business Gifts for Your Clients and Employees! by:Keith Thompson Tis' the season for business and corporate gift-giving! If you believe in the law of reciprocity, and if your business is the least bit successful you must; you know that giving back is not only the right thing to do, but it's very smart...more

Rules for Simplified Employee Pension Plans better known as a SEP Plans by:Daniel Lamaute


Rules for Simplified Employee Pension Plans better known as a SEP Plans by:Daniel Lamaute A SEP is a special type of IRA. Under a SEP plan the employer creates an IRA account for each eligible employee, hence the name SEP-IRA. A SEP is funded solely with employer contributions. Employees do not make contributions to their SEP-IRA...more

What do Employees Wish for Most (And How To Get It) by:Karen Fritscher-Porter


What do Employees Wish for Most (And How To Get It) by:Karen Fritscher-Porter What do many employees wish for at work? A bonus or raise. At least that's so according to results from a recent survey developed by OfficeTeam, a global staffing service that specializes in placing administrative professionals. The ...more

How Managers Can Help Retain Their Best Employees by:Susan Cullen


How Managers Can Help Retain Their Best Employees by:Susan Cullen A major problem for employers today is attracting the best talent, and then retaining key employees. Research shows that the key ingredient for retention lies within the manager's ability to understand what employees really want. The survey...more

Are Happy Employees Motivated Employees ? by:Robert J Selden


Are Happy Employees Motivated Employees ? by:Robert J Selden When was the last time you felt excited, motivated and extremely keen to be at work? Chances are it was when you had a job or project that really interested you, you had control over what you did and the way you did it, and you didn't have any...more

Enticing New Employees With Corporate Stability by:Alesia Benedict, CPRW, JCTC


Enticing New Employees With Corporate Stability by:Alesia Benedict, CPRW, JCTC Employment is on the rise and with it, the return to attractive compensation packages and salary levels. After several down years in the employment market that was the result of the normalization of an inflated stock market and the beginning of the...more

Managing Employees Is A Little Like Herding Cats by:Tim Knox


Managing Employees Is A Little Like Herding Cats by:Tim Knox Q: I started my small business about a year ago and it's grown steadily. I like having my own business, but I'm having a tough time managing people. I have 5 employees now and it seems like I spend half my time making sure they are doing...more
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