When your small business takes off, it’s an amazing feeling. You’ve got more customers, more revenue, and your dreams are one step closer.
When your company starts work on a government contract, you might that you’re spending a lot of extra time on HR. You still have to tackle private-sector HR challenges--such as attracting, engaging and retaining people—but now you also have to deal with a new set of federal HR regulations.
The Great Resignation of 2021 was something of a wake-up call for many employers. Leaders began to appreciate that even the most settled team members could walk out in an instant—and replacements aren't easy to find in a viciously competitive recruitment market.
In an increasingly competitive job market, you have to explore every strategy for connecting with potential new hires. Employee referral programs are an excellent way to find hidden talent in the candidate marketplace.
Employees often shiver when they hear the words “performance management”. It evokes images of stuffy meeting rooms, where you feel like you’re in high school again as a manager looks over your file and assigns you grades.
When you work in HR outsourcing, one of the hardest questions to answer is: what does an HR consultant actually do? It would be easier to answer the question, “what does an HR consultant not do?”