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Tips for Writing an Excellent Job Posting

Tips for Writing an Excellent Job Posting When it comes time to choose the wording and details of your job posting, it can make or break the success of the posting itself. Here are some tips to help you improve your chances of getting it seen and increasing your exposure to the right candidates on Hound. + read more


Are You Inspiring Loyalty Among Your Employees?

As a leader/boss, you must inspire loyalty among your employees, or you will face a constant drain of resources on training personnel who leave your organization too soon after their training on the job. Inspiring loyalty among your employees helps lower the chances that they leave your company for a better offer or use your company as a stepping stone to better pastures. + read more


Are You an Ethical Employer – What Example Are You Setting?

We live today in a world where people often try to get away with anything as long as it is making a profit. “This is business”, you might hear them say; or, “all is fair in love and war”. Very often ethics are sacrificed at the altar of profit. Some think that business generated by bending unwritten moral laws is okay because it makes a profit. + read more


Leaders – It Takes 3 Things to Make a Great One

A leader will always get more loyalty and productivity from his people (in this case, employees) than a boss. Hence, today the focus of most organizations is how to get bosses to work as leaders. This sounds difficult, but it is not. If you look closely, there are actually three aspects you need to focus on to emerge a leader and replace the boss attitude. + read more


5 Tips to Make Staff Appraisals Build a Positive Attitude at Work

Appraisals are meant to measure the effectiveness of employees in their jobs. They give both the employee and the employer a clear picture of what needs to be done to optimize productivity. Here are five tips you can use to ensure that you can use staff appraisals as excellent motivation tools to improve productivity at the workplace. + read more


5 Strategies That Will Ensure Top Productivity from Your Employees

To be successful in driving your company to achieve its goals and mission, you need to know how to keep the productivity levels at the optimum levels. As the boss, you should be able to make your employees give their best consistently. However, it is not as easy as it sounds. Here are 5 smart strategies that will help you optimize the productivity of your team: + read more


7 Things You Need to Check When You Want to Hire New Personnel

7 Things You Need to Check When You Want to Hire New Personnel The recent recession has taught many employers how to work with a sparser workforce. Employers and employees alike have learned that more can be done with fewer people. If you are planning to hire, here is a checklist that will help you find the right candidate: + read more


5 Simple Yet Effective Ways to Resolve Conflict at the Workplace

As the manager, you will come across many employees who clash with one another so seriously that it impacts productivity. You need to intervene to ensure that you continue to get the best out of your employees. Here are a few tips that will help you when you face such situations: + read more


Is Texting Affecting Productivity? 5 Tips to Handle It Right

Most organizations have rules about personal phone calls, using the internet for personal purposes such as Facebook, personal emails, etc. Yet there is little in the rules and regulations about texting. Normally, texting is better than talking on the phone as it is less disruptive. However, if it is done in excess, it might affect productivity. Therefore, you need to find ways to keep it in balance. Here are a few tips to guide you in this task: + read more


Conducting an Interview – Questions That You Should Ask

Conducting an Interview – Questions That You Should Ask Conducting an interview is not easy. It takes a lot of preparation to be able to ask the right questions and not to be intimidated by anyone who stares right back at you during an interview. Did you know that very often the interviewer is as apprehensive about the interview as the interviewee? + read more


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