Supplying additional information to a potential employer is a good idea, but recently an applicant sent way too much personal information to HR.
Does your organization utilize a human resources information system (HRIS)?
Individuals who want to increase their effectiveness at work and aspire to become leaders should consider taking a higher-risk, higher-reward path. Instead of moving surely and safely up the career ladder, they should cultivate “learning agility,” a quality related to being more extroverted, more focused, more original, more resilient, less accommodating, and—ultimately—more successful.
According to a recent study by Randstad US, more employees leave jobs for career growth than for money.
Every office has a mixture of personality types, from the dedicated hard worker to the dreamer. These personalities don’t always mix well. Today’s Advisor will explore five ways you can maintain a balance among these and other personalities in your office.
Yesterday’s Advisor presented expert Cory Bouck’s definition of “followership” and the roles a follower needs to fill in a dodgeball world. Today, Bouck shares the best career management advice he’s ever received, along with more skills necessary for good followership.
OSHA Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements As most employers are well aware, OSHA stands for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. In general, OSHA regulations require that employers maintain a workplace that is free of recognized safety hazards and do not discriminate or retaliate against anyone who reports injuries or illnesses.
College is meant to be a time of exploration and learning, not a time for backstabbing, cheating, and bad behavior. Those are traits you’re supposed to leave behind … in middle school!
Imagine going through the application process, then the interviews, and finally learning that you got the job, only to be fired from it before you even start working!