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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 72 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 75 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 83 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 84 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 84 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 85 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 85 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +4 votes | 2 comments
Flexible spending accounts are valuable financial tools. These will help you save tax money.
Published by Pat Bartels 104 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +7 votes | 1 comments
Ten indicators of employees with attitude problems.
Published by Patrick Regoniel 107 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +7 votes | 5 comments
The article researches the best strategies to hire and retain the top talent. Specific recommendations are given along with evidence to support the recommendations.
Published by Peter Parasciuc 108 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +4 votes | 0 comments
These steps assist companies in setting up an employee wellness program
Published by Fiona McKay 108 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +3 votes | 3 comments
The inherent differences that exist between individuals, groups and nations, as a result of their deep-rooted attitudes and persuasions - all of which come together in the modern workplace, and then impact on unit performance - either positively or negatively to varying degrees - affecting unit performance and output
Published by Colin Dovey 111 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +9 votes | 10 comments
Within each group of people in a Business environment there exists an unseen force known as a the Team Dynamic, which causes businesses to fail or succeed.
Published by Colin Dovey 113 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +5 votes | 1 comments
Conducting induction training is a good way to help new employees integrate into the new work environment. How to help new employees integrate into your new team quickly via induction training? Here are 4 useful points for you.
Published by Sunny 113 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +2 votes | 1 comments
These stress personalities know no professional boundaries—they enter any workplace door that’s open to them. Learning to identify and control one’s stress personality is the key to a better work environment.
Published by Athena Goodlight 114 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +8 votes | 2 comments
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