Most of us have worked with team members who are abrasive, bullies, and condescending. Their mere presence instills fear, and everyone walks on eggshells wondering if they are going to be the next target.
So, why do they still have jobs? As an HR Manager, I can tell you most
Onboarding helps new employees adjust to the social and performance parts of their jobs so they can quickly become productive members of the company. Effective onboarding is critical, yet so many organizations get it wrong. The first few days or weeks will leave a lasting impression on new hires and
While I was recently job searching for a new role, I unfortunately had negative experiences with some abysmal Recruiters. But, I also have read some unreasonable job ads that are potentially discouraging good candidates from even applying in the first place. So, I wanted to follow up on my past
A recent survey by Robert Half found that only 39% of all workers negotiated a higher salary during their last job offer. The survey also found that men were more likely than women to negotiate and that employees aged 18 to 34 were also more likely to negotiate (April 2018
“I can’t wait to complete my annual performance evaluation form and have that meeting with my manager. It’s incredibly motivating to rehash events that happened up to twelve months ago and discuss my shortcomings, mistakes, and accomplishments,” said no employee ever.
“I am so much looking forward to