Use this checklist to conduct successful job interviews and add top talent to your organization.
An EEOC compliance program can protect and save your business from liability. Here are a few points to consider when creating an EEOC compliance policy.
The Immigration and Nationality Act’s 274A section requires that employers have an I-9 form, or Employment Eligibility Verification form, for all employees, U.S. citizens and not.
Exit interviews offer you the opportunity to see their business from your workers’ perspective. A well executed meeting can help you gain valuable insight that you may not get anywhere else.
Giving a good reference impacts more than the reputation of the candidate – it can affect your reputation, as well. Learn what to say and what not to say before you get the call.
When an account manager leaves your company your client might get a little spooked. Learn what to say to them so that they don’t jump ship too.
Layoffs should never be done off the cuff. Use this list to make certain that everything is in order before you notify your employees.
When an employee resigns, it doesn’t have to disrupt your whole company. Here are a few steps that will be sure to make the change less eventful.
Pulling together all of the necessary documents for your new hires can be a daunting task. Use this list to ensure that you’re not missing anything.
Training can provide the edge to help your business, creating confident and competent employees.