There’s no question social media in the recent years has become a huge phenomenon in our generation. Over 70% of the United States population uses some form of social media platform. However, can it really hinder you from landing a job or putting food on the table? The short answer is, of course! Some recruiting experts stated;” You can tell more about a candidate from their social media accounts than from a resume.” Why is that, you may ask? People are no longer watching the news; they’re scrolling through their news feed. We put our entire lives online, the good and unfortunately the bad.
Employee recognition has, and always will, matter. It boosts morale and helps to motivate and engage your employees. As a result, employees show more loyalty and dedication to their jobs.
Take a moment to think about the skills or experiences you rely on in the workplace. Is it your education, or your mastery of a certain computer program, or perhaps your knowledge of certain aspects of your industry?
The end of the year is quickly approaching, and that means companies are beginning to think about annual performance reviews for their employees.
You’ve found a great hire, and you’ve extensively on-boarded and trained them. Now what?