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As a flourishing profession in today’s stagnant economy, oil and gas jobs are among the leaders in providing their workers with the best standard of living. The petroleum business is a booming industry, yet a worker shortage still exists. Even though there is a high demand for hard workers, having a list of phone numbers and addresses will not guarantee a high-paying job in the oil and gas field, especially if the desired job is to become a roustabout.
Published by Anna K 45 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
This article explains the basic facts about the human resource outsourcing. It connects the story related to HR companies, competitors, trying to prove that a good working environment and managing everything the right way will eventually result with profitable business. But again it emphasize the fact that if employees are satisfied while working that will also benefit the whole company.
Published by Anna K 48 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
The pensions crisis across Europe provides a number of challenges for businesses. In the UK, the government has responded with a raft of legislation, including the mandatory sign-up to company pensions for all employees. This auto-enrolment is being phased in gradually, and requires all employers to opt employees in to a pension. This article looks at what businesses have to do in order to stay within the law.
Published by Gareth Cartman 56 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +2 votes | 0 comments
A careful explanation with examples why one should not hire relatives. Many business have collapsed or suffered criminal sanction to the actions of a family member who was given a position not based on qualifications but on DNA. So far, there have been no genetic markers to prove that business acumen is genetic.
Published by Keith Cobb 57 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +1 votes | 0 comments
Four ideas on how to keep a staff happy and productive when you can not afford to pay them the full emoluments they deserve. The list is not closed, and one should be willing to add other perquisites to keep the staff happy and dispel resentment. An underpaid employee often costs the business more than twice the salary they ought have gotten.
Published by Keith Cobb 57 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +1 votes | 0 comments
Tips on how to behave, dress, and speak at the all important job interview, with focus on the particular company one is applying to, on dressing to conform to their codes and styles, and displaying the right kind of attitude to make those who are questioning feel comfortable in your presence and want you around.
Published by Keith Cobb 57 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
After finishing college, graduates look around for jobs to apply their knowledge and skills to live a decent life. A portion of these graduates will always find jobs in government as this institution offers the most stable occupations in any society. A society could not function without a government to manage its affairs. But what does it take to become a government employee? This article describes what is expected of government employees and the pressures and challenges that a public position e...
Published by Patrick Regoniel 58 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +4 votes | 2 comments
The First of Two Parts discussing the most basic elements of hiring, focusing on the Interview. This article contains preliminary advice on how to conduct job interviews, how to focus on what is important and what is not in relation to the specific job, and how to insure one gets the best candidates.
Published by Keith Cobb 58 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
Abstract: There are many personality types in existence. People of all kinds have to work together in the workplace. While everyone can find traits they have in common with others, each person is unique. In addition, each person has a specific leadership style even if they are not in a leadership position. It's important to understand your leadership style. This article discusses the entrepreneurial director leadership style.
Published by Brandon Spaulding 58 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
Abstract: What is succession planning? Every company goes through personnel changes over time. Companies invest lots of money in employee training. It only makes sense to develop a plan to keep the talent the company spent so much money training. Succession planning is the process of identifying and training lower level employees for potential future leadership roles. This type of planning encourages employees to stay with the company by providing potential advancement opportunities and career d...
Published by Brandon Spaulding 58 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
Abstract: It is critically important for companies to have a system for evaluating employee and team performance. Managers need to consistently manage teams of employees. Each manager needs to understand the importance of a specific set of assessment strategies. Employee performance evaluations focus on the employee. Team performance evaluations focus on the whole team. While both types of assessments share similarities, each has it's own specific methods.
Published by Brandon Spaulding 58 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
Teams are a vital part of a successfully run company. Often times, companies can get projects done faster when they use teams of professionals. Just like employees, team performance needs to be assessed. A successful team assessment strategy involves evaluating personal development, quality of service, financial health, and market success. When the team is performing efficiently in each of these areas, there is greater potential for project success.
Published by Brandon Spaulding 58 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
Abstract:In order for companies to be successful, they must regularly make good decisions and work on developing goals. Each company must decide how to best go about these tasks. However, three tools most companies use to make decisions and develop goals include performance appraisals, team assessments, and succession planning systems.
Published by Brandon Spaulding 58 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
Performance appraisals are important for managing company and employee resources. Each performance appraisal offers feedback that can be used in a variety of ways. Managers need to be aware of what can go wrong when they deliver performance appraisal feedback. There are specific guidelines managers can use to deliver the appraisal and the feedback. In addition, performance appraisals can be used to develop and enhance employee careers.
Published by Brandon Spaulding 58 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
Abstract: Performance appraisals are a critical part of identifying and managing employee and company performance. It's important for companies to manage their resources effectively. A big part of this involves performance appraisals. When the company understands how their employees are performing, the company can improve the use of resources. Performance appraisals can help employees understand how to improve their contributions to the company.
Published by Brandon Spaulding 58 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
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