By aligning the HR function with the strategic and long-term business goals, the organization can attract, motivate and retain exceptional candidates and employees which will greatly affect the bottom line. When an intentional strategy is in place, employees will feel more connected, or engaged, with the organization...
Let’s just say it: hiring is not easy. There is a tremendous amount of work that is involved to ensure you are making the right selection for your organization. In fact, that’s why many of our clients come to us to do full-cycle recruiting and recruitment process improvement audits. I’ll let you in on a […]Read More »
We live in a world of “make it work.” When there’s no oregano, we substitute rosemary. Or when we have a cold, we take a Dayquil and get ready to tackle the day. When our company grows too fast, we piece together an HR function. You’ll notice that one of these things is not like […]Read More »
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One KPI You Should Be Tracking! Now that the first quarter is almost over, it is time to focus on how the strategic goals set for 2017 are tracking to last year’s results. Organizations spend an immense amount of time and resources tracking revenue and retention of clients, as well as the value of each […]Read More »
Mitigate Risk with an FLSA Audit December 1st has come and gone, and like many others, you may be relieved that businesses did not have to comply with the Department of Labor’s Final Rule on FLSA White Collar Exemptions because of the Injunction issued on November 22nd by a Federal Judge in Texas. However, with […]Read More »
Around the holidays employers can run into a few bumps when planning a company holiday party… Years ago my colleague Jane, a devout Jehovah’s Witness, had a small handful of observances that we, as courteous colleagues, tried to be mindful of at work. Oddly, the most challenging and humorous of which was remembering not to say, […]Read More »