3 Tips for Hiring Temporary Workers

3 Tips for Hiring Temporary Workers

Temporary workers are typically hired to meet short-term business needs, such as to: Assist during seasonal or busy periods. Fill in for an employee who’s on maternity or sick leave. Complete a specific short-term project. Handle temporary increases in...
Quiet Firing: What Employers Need To Know

Quiet Firing: What Employers Need To Know

You’ve probably heard the term “quiet quitting,” which began on TikTok and then went viral online. In short, quiet quitting refers to employees silently rebelling against their employer by doing the bare minimum at work. This rebellion is being triggered by...
What Is Insubordination in the Workplace?

What Is Insubordination in the Workplace?

Insubordination in the workplace is when an employee deliberately refuses to obey lawful and reasonable orders from their employer. Typically, these orders come from the employee’s supervisor or manager. Insubordination consists of three components: The employer...
Improve Communications in Your Company

Improve Communications in Your Company

Effective internal communication has gotten more important since the pandemic and remote work decentralized teams. Better internal communication engages employees, keeps teams aligned, prevents duplicate work and keeps time from being wasted in searching for...

Just-in-Time Learning: What Employers Need To Know

Corporate training delivery has become significantly advanced over the years. One of the most notable transformations is digital learning, which allows employers to administer employee training quickly, conveniently and efficiently through an online platform. The...

How to Handle a Reappearing No-Call/No-Show Employee

A no-call/no-show is an employee who failed to show up for work as scheduled without notifying his or her employer. The consequences of the violation depend on the employer’s policy. Many employers terminate no-call/no-show employees if they haven’t heard...

Quick Tips To Improve Your One-on-One Meetings

Implementing the practice of conducting one-on-one meetings with your employees is an excellent way to begin establishing rapport, ultimately making your employees feel appreciated and improving their productivity levels overall. While most managers are aware of the...

How to Navigate Rehearsed Responses in Job Interviews

The purpose of the job interview is to determine whether the candidate is suitable for the role. But a job interview is an artificial situation. It’s difficult to get a sense of how your candidate will function on the job from their answers to a handful of questions....

How To Avoid Workplace Retaliation Claims

Every year, the EEOC receives thousands of complaints from employees who believe their workplace discriminated against them. Those who file have a wide range of complaints: They may have been denied a promotion or a job, unjustly fired, or paid less than other...

5 Ways To Improve the Employee Experience

When employees have a good experience at your company, top talent stays around longer, and it’s easy to see why. If employees aren’t satisfied with their experience at work, they are likely to leave. A study shows that most HR leaders know the importance...