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Danny Hauger has written 0 Human Resources & Payroll articles, has received +3 recommendations and is currently the #19 ranked expert in this subject.
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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 68 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 69 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 69 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 69 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 69 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 70 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 70 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 70 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 70 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 231 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
What are some of the advantages of a business owner hiring a family member? What are some of the disadvantages of a business owner hiring a member of their family? Should a business owner hire a family member? Should an employer hire their relative? What are some of the risks in hiring a relative? Reasons why you should not hire a member of your own family
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 70 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +7 votes | 3 comments
A meeting to be successful must have employeesÂ’ full involvement and active participation. Meeting organizers must see to it that they donÂ’t end up organizing a dull meeting, otherwise meeting attendees will be hesitant and uninterested to participate as they are overpowered by boredom and would want to find a way out instead.
Published by Marky Chavez 71 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +2 votes | 0 comments
If your supervisor is new, ask him what his priorities and expectations are. His views and visions could be too far different from your previous supervisor. Ask questions, take notes and repeat in your own words the expectations of your new supervisor to make sure that you clearly get what he means.
Published by Marky Chavez 71 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +2 votes | 1 comments
Payroll is a key function within any business, large or small. However, it mostly goes unnoticed - if it's running smoothly. If there are any problems, then it gets a bad name which lasts. This Factoid looks at payroll - from in-house small business payroll to large business outsourced payroll - how it works, and how businesses get more out of payroll systems.
Published by Gareth Cartman 71 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
Human resources are the most important assets in business. Employers should not ignore employeesÂ’ contribution to the success of the operation because without their hard work, a business can hardly succeed. Good communication and smooth interaction between employer and employees are essential factors to keep the workforce more effective and well motivated.
Published by Marky Chavez 71 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
With the right questions to ask a prospective employee, you can select the candidate who fits the position best.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 72 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +3 votes | 0 comments
Recruitment and selection is where strategic employment practices begin. This function is very vital to an organization in that hiring the right individuals to fill job vacancies can save the company thousands of dollars in advertising, recruiting, orientation, and training expenses.
Published by Donata L. 72 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +23 votes | 15 comments
The HR payroll specialist is one of several vital functions of Human Resources. The main role of an HR payroll specialist, is to accurately process the payroll and other relevant data for an organization in a timely manner.
Published by Donata L. 73 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +24 votes | 10 comments
HR compensation and benefits analyst evaluates and analyzes job duties and responsibilities for an organization and then puts together a competitive salary and benefits package that is equivalent to those in the marketplace.
Published by Donata L. 74 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +20 votes | 7 comments
HR Specialist primarily focuses on a specific HR function, whereas the Generalist is involved in all aspects of Human Resources. In other words, the Specialist is hired for the purpose of concentrating on and executing a certain HR task
Published by Donata L. 74 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +25 votes | 9 comments
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Published by Ruby 76 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +8 votes | 1 comments
Using benefits to attract the right talent is a very creative use of resources. When clients know you offer good benefits and that you hire only top-notch employees it sends a powerful message of competence, confidence, and commitment to quality.
Published by Kevin Allen 76 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +3 votes | 0 comments
As the key players of the Human Resources role, the Human Resources managers are required to produce an environment characterized by growing levels of skilled and trained labor and talent.
Published by Conviron Pucate Altatis 78 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +2 votes | 0 comments
Asking consistent questions of each candidate aimed at identifying behaviors that have proven successful at your organization is the best way to ensure effective hiring decisions.
Published by Kathleen Brady 80 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +3 votes | 0 comments
When making decisions for training programs, training and development managers will need to plan strategically adopting programs that will benefit the employees as well as the company.
Published by Donata L. 82 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +20 votes | 8 comments
Human Resources Employee Relation Specialist collaborates with management to promote positive working relationships amongst the employees.
Published by Donata L. 82 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +21 votes | 5 comments
Human capital development is essential and beneficial to both the employee and the employer because it aims at enhancing employee productivity through proper knowledge acquisition.
Published by Charles Emeka 82 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +5 votes | 9 comments
Companies are often unsure about the effect of secret or open pay policies on employee morale and productivity. One current concern of behavioral scientists is the relationship between an organization’s secrecy regarding pay policies and the motivational effectiveness of these policies. If secrecy has an adverse effect on employee motivation and performance, some writers believe, a move to more openness may need to begin. A survey of personnel executives conducted by the Bureau of National Aff...
Published by Yanto Yulianto 231 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments

Intuit QuickBooks Payroll and Paychex are both great services to help manage payroll. Comparing and analyzing the pros and cons of these two services can help you make an informed purchase decision.

Published by Ron McGee 84 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
HR plays an integral role in the success of an organization overall -by recruiting and selecting the best candidates to fill job vacancies. Furthermore, HR continues to work closely with management teams within the company to ensure workforce efficiency.
Published by Donata L. 86 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +4 votes | 1 comments
Applicant tracking software is an excellent solution to the problem of the problematic hiring process.
Published by Kevin Allen 87 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +4 votes | 1 comments
Flexible spending accounts are valuable financial tools. These will help you save tax money.
Published by Pat Bartels 88 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +7 votes | 1 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 93 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +4 votes | 0 comments
The article looks into how to hire and retain the top talent. Specific recommendations are given along with evidence to support the recommendations.
Published by Peter Parasciuc 231 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
The article looks into how to hire and retain the top talent. Specific recommendations are given along with evidence to support the recommendations.
Published by Peter Parasciuc 231 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
The article looks into how to hire and retain the top talent. Specific recommendations are given along with evidence to support the recommendations.
Published by Peter Parasciuc 231 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +0 votes | 0 comments
These steps assist companies in setting up an employee wellness program
Published by Fiona McKay 93 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 96 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 98 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +5 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 98 months ago in Human Resources & Payroll | +8 votes | 2 comments