Month: June 2014

How Offering Flex Scheduling Can Help Your Company Grow There’s been a lot of talk about work-life balance lately. If you’re an employer, offering your employees the flexibility they need to manage the obligations of their personal lives alongside their professional lives can make all the difference when it comes to job satisfaction, happiness and […]

5 Steps to Better Hiring Practices If your business is to be successful, you must find the best possible people to help you run it. The best candidates can help you implement your business strategies flawlessly, so your company continues to thrive and grow. So when it comes to the hiring process, don’t slack off. […]

5 Things to Understand About Recruiting and Hiring Millennials “Millennials are lazy.” “Millennials are self-centered.” “Millennials want too much money for too little work.” When it comes to generation Y, also known as millennials, there are plenty of stereotypes and misconceptions. While it’s true that the generation born between 1980 and 2000 is unlike any […]

Is Your Social Media Policy Illegal?  “Working late again. Can’t believe my boss is such a jerk.” “Here we go again . . . another round of layoffs! Let’s see how many people are on the chopping block this time!” Can you guess which one of those social media status updates is illegal? Depending on […]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Dealing With an Unproductive Employee No one ever hires an employee expecting that he or she won’t perform up to standards. After going to all of the trouble to find someone who has the ideal mix of experience, skills and personal characteristics, it’s disheartening to say the least to discover […]

5 Ways a PEO Can Improve Office Morale “The beatings will continue until morale improves!” Have you ever seen that expression on a plaque in a manager’s office? It’s meant to be funny, but in some companies, it might ring a little truer than anyone would like. When morale is low — due to a […]

5 Workplace Trends You Definitely Need to Understand Managing a nimble and high-performing organization requires understanding the outside factors that affect the operation of the organization. You cannot expect to be successful if you ignore current trends and try to maintain the status quo in the face of significant changes in the marketplace, employee expectations […]