Your New Employee Lied on His Resume: Now What?
There’s no way to hire right without putting in time, effort, and money. The task often requires coordination (anyone who’s ever arranged a panel interview knows this only too well!), organization, and perseverance. Despite the fact that many job seekers secure positions through the hidden job market, highly qualified candidates don’t just fall out of […]
How Employment Assessments Fit Into the Hiring Process
As a hiring manager, you’ve probably seen it all… the no-shows, the ones who walk in late as if they are on time (no explanation, no apology), the ones who can’t answer a single question thoroughly, to the ones who spend a very, very long time answering your first question. I once started an interview […]
Employee Attrition Vs. Employee Turnover: What to Do About Both
Losing employees can be costly for your business and stressful for your HR department, management team, and other team members who have to take on the workload they’ve left behind. There are different reasons why an employee might leave your organization, but those reasons will usually fall under two main categories—employee attrition and employee turnover. […]
7 Tips for Addressing Employee Performance Problems
When things aren’t going great with a new (or even a seasoned) employee, it may not be fun to address their performance problem, but letting it slide isn’t doing them or you any favors. There are times when it is clear that you, as a manager, need to step in. For example, Frank has neglected […]