The consensus is that the Great Resignation is not over. Whether it is “quiet quitting” or simply employees seeking a higher salary, employee turnover is still an issue. This places a burden on HR to replace workers within shortened timelines. Furthermore, this affects the bottom line, as SHRM reported that on average it costs a … Continue reading The Great Resignation Continues, and What HR Can Do About It
What Dogs Teach Us About Hiring
Robert Kiyosaki, the creator of the Rich Dad poor dad series hysterically used Canines to describe sales personalities in one of his books. Following his lead, I use them to describe hiring candidates.
Are you really winning the war for talent retention?
Losing hurts – especially when it’s the other person who decides to move on. “Regretted turnover” is a metric that some companies now use to track how many employees choose on their own to leave. Turnover is costly in general, but losing top talent can also cause significant, even irreparable damage to your business. The … Continue reading Are you really winning the war for talent retention?
These days, recruiters are worth the money
When it comes to sourcing the right interview candidates, I’ve never been keen to use recruiters. But I recently changed my mind. My company, Metal Mafia, has an excellent candidate screening process, a super training program, and a very successful team of employees to show for it. But hiring has always been a difficult task … Continue reading These days, recruiters are worth the money
How to run an effective meeting
Meetings can be a huge time suck. That’s why it’s in everyone’s best interest to do all they can to keep them productive. Want to do your part? Stop saying these eight unproductive things: 1. Let me give you some feedback on that… Feedback in and of itself isn’t a bad thing–when it’s constructive, feedback … Continue reading How to run an effective meeting