Becoming an officially recognized great place to work is a dream come true for employers. It means your employees love you, and more and more people want to be part of your company’s growth. Recruiters don’t have to worry much about sourcing candidates: Your ideal candidate is just waiting for a chance to join the
In today’s job market, it might seem like the advantage rests squarely with employers, what with record numbers of unemployment. But that’s not necessarily true. Superstar players in your industry will always be in high demand — their standards and expectations are only increasing thanks to the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. To recruit the
As a job seeker, you’ll find yourself negotiating compensation and benefits at some point during the interview process. While most zero in on things like salary, vacation time, and health insurance (with good reason!), there’s another important piece to think about during contract negotiations: equity compensation. It may not help you afford rent in the present
Today, technological advancements have enabled us to carry out interviews at our convenience, and virtual interviews are among the best examples in the case when time and location are considered. With that in mind, the 9 following tips may be a valuable addition to your hiring manual to hire first- rate employees. What Are the Most Common
While all professions are challenging in their own way, there are some jobs that require even more focus and awareness than usual. In these jobs, a moment of distraction can be problematic, expensive, and even dangerous. To pursue a career in one of these professions, you need to make a steadfast commitment to your job.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an unprecedented shift to remote work for companies around the world. This has created plenty of logistical challenges for employers and a strange new reality for many employees. While some staff relish the freedom, flexibility, and increased free time remote work offers, many are also starting to feel the
This week, we revisit not only a series I’ve previously written about but also an issue I blogged about in my first-ever “EntertainHR” post. Spoilers Ahead The last time we checked in on our Workin’ Moms, Kate Foster (Catherine Reitman) walked out of a super-important business pitch to be with her son, Charlie, who was in the