In this issue:
-Stop Treating HR Like an Ugly Stepchild
-That's Hilarious! (to you, anyway)
In this issue:
-It's a Mutiny!
-Read Between the Lines
In this issue:
-Background Checks: Stay Legal, Hire Smart
When it comes to your workforce, trying to "do more with less" may actually cost you more in the long run. This month's eBook will show you why--and what you can do about it!
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), taking full effect in 2014, brings big changes to the health insurance plans businesses must offer. It is important to make sure you know the facts about the PPACA and understand the options a staffing agency can provide, so that your firm is fully prepared for the new legislation.
One in four American workers doesn't get any paid vacation or holidays! To make matters worse, many employees who do get paid time off don't take it. Does that make us industrious, or crazy? Here's why giving your staff time away from the job is smart business.
In this issue:
-Action! How to Execute Your Strategic Plan in 2013
-2013's Top Tech Trends to Watch
-Stat of the Month
-Leadership Tip of the Month
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As Mad Men's Don Draper once famously said, "If you don't like what is being said about you, change the conversation." This month's edition of Great Ideas shows you the right way to do that using social media.
Itâs Relationships 101. Don't treat your staffing firm like an afterthought. Or a place to turn to only when you're in a bind. If you only communicate with them when you need something, or at the last minute, you won't get the most out of your relationship.
Did you know that only 18 percent of the full-time workforce is actively looking for a new job? And that most employers are only reaching a fraction of that 18 percent? Let's not get bogged down by numbers--this article will show you how to reach that untapped talent pool.
Sometimes candidates look great on paper, or in the interview, but end up being a total bust. Weed out the "THAT guys" of the business world and make better hires by integrating personality tests into your hiring process.
Stop! Don't make another hire without reviewing the items in our Hiring Toolkit below. It's the ultimate collection of information, forms, and tools to help ensure that your next hire is a perfect fit.
Take a quick second to think back three years... How did you run your business? What marketing and sales strategies worked best? What was the demographic makeup of your employees? Now think about how different your answers to those questions are today. The point is that the way we do business and the keys to success are constantly changing. What works today might not work tomorrow. The most successful companies are those who are constantly evolving and adjusting their strategies. To help you with your strategy, I wanted to share an article that contains 10 things businesses need to do today to plan for future success.
This month in Great Ideas, we're focusing on a topic that's critical to the success of any business--being an effective boss and leader.
About 25 million meetings take place in corporate America daily. Can you imagine how much we could get done if we just stopped meeting so much? Actually, the secret is not to get rid of meetings, but to take a different approach. How? Read on to discover how you can become a world-class leader of high performance meetings.
On the hit show "Undercover Boss", CEOs put on a disguise and go undercover in their own companies to discover what's really going on at the front lines in their organization. It's a great lesson for all leaders. Now we're not saying you need to put on a fake nose and mustache, but spending some time "in the field" can be a very enlightening and worthwhile endeavor.
Overcome your biggest challenge
In this issue, you'll find a great article that will show you seven steps you can take to keep your top performers with you for the long haul.
Do You Know Who You are Really Hiring?
Keep your talent from walking out the door
With access comes responsibility--namely, to respect candidates' rights during the screening process. Screening out potential employees based solely upon what you glean from social media leaves you open to potential discrimination charges. So protect yourself and your organization by incorporating these 10 Do's and Don'ts into your social media recruitment strategy.
Jan 2010 Adams and Garth Newsletter