3 Strategies to Prevent Employees from Becoming Burnt-out and Unproductive

Posted

The recent recession is dwindling, but corporate downsizing has created heavier workloads for staff. A survey by ComPsych was conducted in 2013 to investigate employee concerns post-recession. The study found that weight loss was the greatest concern (39 percent) among those surveyed; however, 26 percent reported that stress was a significant factor. This statistic jumped from… Read more »

Want Better Candidates? Start Constructing Better Job Descriptions!

Posted

A poorly written job description is a fast way to ensure high turnover. The job description should accurately reflect the position and the requirements to ensure a good fit. An inaccurate job description is likely to ensure that the wrong person, possessing inadequate skills, will perform a substandard job … and leave. Jay Goltz, author… Read more »

Evaluating Company Culture before Agreeing to a New Position

Posted

Before deciding whether a new position is right for you, determine your workplace preferences. An effective hiring manager will quickly sell a company position to the chosen candidate who may be lured by an attractive salary or a plush office. If you hated the long commute and the strict office hours of your last job,… Read more »