Firing employees is never easy, but this Quick-Read will help you set up systems to make the termination process smoother for both you and the employee.
Digital Library > Human Resources Management > Recruiting “Hiring the Disabled Is Shrewd Business” Sandra Brock, owner of First Class Packaging Inc. in El Cajon, Calif., knows firsthand the challenges that disabled employees face. Brock runs a 12-year-old company with $1.5 million in annual sales — and she walks with a brace as a result of polio. Among her 18…
Tight labor markets require creative ways to keep your staff loyal to your company. Continuing education can improve your competitiveness by providing a great perk and keeping your staff on the cutting edge of your industry.
If you’re not expecting a win-win atmosphere at your next contract negotiation session, you might investigate interest-based bargaining. It requires reshaping attitudes at all levels and building trust. The goal of this approach is preserving an ongoing relationship that benefits everyone.
How do you reward your employees with something other than a larger paycheck? Find a compensation solution that fits your company.