Finding the perfect candidate with the skills you require can be an exhausting task. Even after countless hours of interviewing, you hire someone that ends up being a bad hire. Bad hires do not just create a disruption in productivity, a Bad Hire can cost your firm money. A new research study from CareerBuilder reveals … Continue reading How to Reduce the Risk of a Bad Hire
Making the decision to terminate an employee of your firm can be a hard task to carry out. Once you have made the decision and informed the employee that they are no longer apart of your firm, proactive measures must be taken to protect the firm’s data. Terminating an employee, whether for misconduct or a … Continue reading Is Your Firm Protected from Sabotage by a Former Employee?
Ethics and moral responsibility have been an issue for centuries. People as well as business sometimes a hard time distinguishing what should be done vs. what ought to be done. From a business aspect, managers have a higher degree of responsibility to uphold ethics and morals when handling company business and dealings with employees, shareholders, … Continue reading Does Your Workplace Have An Ethical Code of Conduct?
How Contract Employees Can Benefit You Hiring a contract employee can benefit you in many ways. Your company may not be ready to hire someone on full time, or you may just need a person for a short amount of time to assist with a temporary project. Hiring employees in the traditional sense can be … Continue reading How Contract Employees Can Benefit You
The revised I-9 form is mandatory for employers to start using beginning May 7, 2013. The I-9 form is used for verifying the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States. All U.S. employers must ensure proper completion of I-9 form for each individual they hire for employment in the … Continue reading May 7th Is A Few Days Away, Have You Begun Using the Revised I-9 Form?