UPDATE: Since we wrote this blog post we’ve added staff onboarding checklists to Staff Squared. They automatically manage all of the onboarding processes so you don’t have to. Check them out! So, you’ve hired someone new. Now, you have the complicated task of helping them to adjust to the business
One of the best things that you can do as an employer, for the continued success of your business from a recruitment and staff retention perspective, is to find out why employees are leaving. It always happens. Every business has a staff turnover rate, though some are better than others.
The best workforce is one that is made not of near-identical employees, but of varied and diverse workers that complement one another. There is strength in difference, but this can mean that getting everyone to agree can seem like an impossible task! Creating a consensus Getting your staff to support
Are you ready to completely change the way your business HR is dealt with? Moving to HR software after years of paper-filled ring binders, Excel spreadsheets, PDF files and packed-full folders will be the making of something great. But, you’ve got to do it properly. There are things to think
Following on from our blog post about Skills Assessment Tests, here is an example of one. By providing a selection of tests, you can build a broader picture of the applicant and potentially narrow down your pool of potential interviewees. In an Excel spreadsheet, how would you calculate the total
Can an employer tell you what to wear? When Nicola Thorp was recently sent home from work, it was because of her refusal to comply with a company’s dress code request. She was asked to wear shoes with heels between 2 inches and 4 inches in height, and was sent