Tag: Training and Development
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
You are diligently working long hours, crushing deadlines, and receiving excellent feedback from colleagues at all levels of the organization. Maybe you have taken on more responsibilities and/or joined a cross-functional team that is beyond your scope.
Most of us believe we deserve and are worth much more money
Yes. You can!
When we think of career development, we usually think in terms of vertical or upward movement. This could include a new title, a bigger paycheck/bonus, a higher level of responsibility, a team to manage, etc. However, in smaller companies, this option may not be available because
My favorite interview question. As an HR representative I have interviewed thousands of candidates over the years. I love this question.
Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone. This isn’t a trick question. However, the reaction of candidates is an interesting case study in human behavior. Some are comfortable answering the question
Years ago, people would accept a job and stay there throughout their whole careers…20, 30, even 40 years. Those days are long gone. I personally think it’s a win if a company can keep an employee for two years or so.
People leave jobs for all kinds of