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Ask any business owner why they do what they do and most will tell you it’s because they have a passion for it. They have a passion for the industry, the product, or may even be driven by a passion to do something that is entirely theirs. People buy into a franchise network for the same reason, but have the added benefit of established brand recognition, a support network of owners that have experienced exactly what you are going through, and a head start on more necessary (but vital) aspects of the business, like marketing materials, best practices, etc.
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As Jeff Boss explains, there are 5 Signs Your Employee is in Dire Need of a Promotion:
But what happens if you don’t give him or her the promotion needed? The obvious path is the employee will leave the organization and take his or her talents somewhere else.
Cheesy coaching and athletic stories tell us to "envision our end result." Then we will know how to get from Point A to Point B. Although we all scoff at motivational speakers for saying these things, maybe they are onto something. While you are not training for a marathon as you are sifting through resumes (or maybe you are), you can still employ the “picture yourself crossing the finish line” philosophy.
The holidays are here, but that doesn’t mean small business owners have time to slow down.
As the economy has rebounded, the job market has started to heat up and recruiters are also starting to feel the heat. A recent study by SHRM found that over two thirds of HR professionals (68%) are experiencing difficulty recruiting candidates for full time positions. However, organizations that attract highly qualified candidates have a leg up over the competition. One way to make this a reality is to develop top notch recruiting content.
Most HR professionals today have some experience working with HR Tech. In fact, from recruiting, to hiring, to onboarding, to training, to succession planning, software has become an integral part of the employee lifecycle. However, even if you have experience using some type of HR Tech, the idea of selecting and implementing something new can be overwhelming.
As a new year approaches, it’s traditional for people to make resolutions and commit to making changes. On the HR front, 2016 may be a good time for leaders to initiate organizational change.
Why not take a two-pronged approach? Use a top-down approach to make the case for strategic HR in the C-suite and simultaneously, focus on a bottoms-up, grassroots movement to increase employee engagement and create cultural change from within. Here are some tips to jumpstart both initiatives.
Professional sports teams like those in the NFL, the MLB or the NBA have what is known as a “Draft Day.” Every team is allotted the opportunity to select players they deem to be the best fit. Some teams make good decisions; others do not.
Businesses operate in a similar fashion. Every business has certain jobs that need filling, and when the time comes for “Draft Day,” HR looks for candidates that are the best fit. But what if you’re looking for the right candidates in all the wrong ways?