Online job boards, like Glassdoor, are a great way for companies to check out what employees have to say about the culture, pay, and overall experience of working at that specific company. However, a recent Wall Street Journal (WSJ) investigation showed that companies were manipulating employee reviews in the hopes of attracting top talent.
By DeLynn Senna Onboarding is a new hire’s first impression of his or her new job, and it’s important that this crucial time prepares both the new employee and the company for mutual success. With five helpful hints to that end, we present an article by DeLynn Senna, executive director of Robert Half Finance & […]
New hires will always need a helping hand in the beginning. Taking the right steps at this crucial time is essential toward giving them the sturdy foundation on which they can build.
In yesterday’s Advisor, digital recruitment expert Kelly Dingee, offered tips for telling your story online. In today’s Advisor, she presents three companies who are good models for any recruiter. Dingee, director of strategic recruiting at search firm Staffing Advisors, offered her advice at BLR’s Advanced Employment Issues Symposium, held recently in Las Vegas. Dingee also […]
Yes, a thousand candidates a day, says Kelly Dingee, an expert on digital recruitment and engagement. In today’s Advisor, she shares tips and techniques any recruiter can use. Dingee, director of strategic recruiting at search firm Staffing Advisors, offered her advice at BLR’s Advanced Employment Issues Symposium, held recently in Las Vegas. Dingee also writes […]
If you want to motivate your employees to better results, all you need to do is focus on engagement, right? It’s not that easy, says Consultant Nicole Price. Engagement does not simply equal results—personal accountability has to be somewhere in the equation.
The material in today’s Advisor is adapted from “Workplace Security for Employees,” which is one of dozens of courses in the HR Employment Library of BLR’s TrainingToday®. Here’s an exercise you can use during training to test retention of your security information. The objective of the exercise is to review security policy and procedures. Workplace […]
Yesterday’s Advisor featured advantages and disadvantages of having an HRIS (Human Resources Information System). Today, a handy checklist for seeing where your systems stand with regard to personnel records, plus an introduction to BLR’s unique 10-minutes-at-a-time training system. HRIS Personnel Records Checklist The more questions to which you answer “yes,” the better your computer system […]
How to recognize workplace violence warning signs Do the supervisors and employees at your organization recognize the warning signs of a possible episode of violence in the workplace?
Here are recommended items to check to see if your HRIS is up to the mark. (It’s just as useful for those considering HRIS). Records Maintained Does your system maintain the following personnel records: Employee personal data? Marital status? Number of dependents? Spouses and dependents covered by other health plans? Part-time/fulltime? Leased employees? Employees’ skills? […]