Hiring Isn’t Easy, But a Poor Onboarding Process Can Make it Worse!
Which scenario sounds better to you? 1) An employee comes in for his first day on the new job and already has his phone line, computer or other equipment set up, complete with username and login. His email account has been set up, his access badge is ready, and he has full access to the […]
Six Steps to a Well-Planned Interviewing Strategy
The expression, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression” is never truer than during a job interview. The problem is, you’re probably nervous, which can make it even harder to make a good first impression! Here are 6 things you can do to quell your nerves and put your best foot […]
How Identifying the Interviewer’s Concerns can Help You Snag the Job
Have you gone through several interviews and not gotten a job, despite having flawless credentials, glowing references and a sparkling interview personality? It’s possible the interviewers have some concerns about you they’re not bringing up. For example, have you been unemployed for a long time? Does your resume make you look like a job hopper? […]
Why Micromanagement Doesn’t Equal Increased Productivity
Could you be a micromanager? And why should you care? If you’re a micromanager, your employees are probably pretty miserable. They won’t feel trusted or valued if their work is being constantly scrutinized or you’re checking up on every little thing they do. What’s the difference between hands-on management and micromanagement? Being a hands-on manager […]