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Normally, there is a 70 percent increase in online job applications on the first Wednesday after New Year’s Day, but with business confidence at a 12 year high and unemployment at one of the lowest levels ever, the start of 2018 will result in a higher than average New Year/New Job employee churn. To keep […]\nThe post Employee Retention Alert appeared first on Humetrics.
Negligent on-boarding is the #1 cause of costly, short-term employee turnover. In essence, negligent on-boarding is wasting the time and money spent to recruit, screen, and hire a new employee by not giving them the guidance, tools, training, time and attention they need to quickly become productive, committed, engaged members of the team. If your organization […]\nThe post Are You Guilty of Negligent On-Boarding? appeared first on Humetrics.
Want to keep your top talent happily engaged and on board for the long term? Want to inspire all your employees to reach their full potential? It’s easy! All you have to do is show ’em that you care. Here’s another simple question you can ask several of your employees this week. You’ll garner some […]\nThe post Employee Question of the Week appeared first on Humetrics.
A recent survey by the Association of General Contractors reports that 70 percent of respondents are having a hard time hiring the hourly craft workers that make up the bulk of their workforce and they have to turn away work. More interesting, however, is that, even in this tight labor market, 30 percent are not […]\nThe post Which Group Are You In? appeared first on Humetrics.
Want to keep your top talent happily engaged and on board for the long term? Want to inspire all your employees to reach their full potential? It’s easy! All you have to do is show ’em that you care. Here’s another simple question you can ask several of your employees this week. You’ll garner some […]\nThe post Employee Question of the Week appeared first on Humetrics.
Most of the time, it’s better to ask “What happened?” rather than “Why?” That’s because “why” places blame. So, the next time you’re trying to figure out what went wrong so it doesn’t happen again, instead of asking: “Why did you…?” Ask: “What happened (or what caused you to)? P.S. Hire Tough; Manage Easy!\nThe post The What Before the Why appeared first on Humetrics.
To get a good read on a job applicant’s attitude toward taking responsibility, ask: “What do you think accounts for your success so far?” After the person answers, ask the more important, follow up question: “What’s kept you from being even more successful?” The person will either take personal responsibility or blame some circumstance or person. […]\nThe post Need a Responsible Person? appeared first on Humetrics.
Want to keep your top talent happily engaged and on board for the long term? Want to inspire all your employees to reach their full potential? It’s easy! All you have to do is show ’em that you care. Here’s another simple question you can ask several of your employees this week. You’ll garner some […]\nThe post Employee Question of the Week appeared first on Humetrics.
“Just get ‘er done,” may have its place, but it’s not during training. When you train for speed (whether it’s waiting tables or making sales calls), you hinder understanding and quality. Always train for process (not only the hows, but the whys) and the speed will follow. P.S. DON’T FORGET: Hire Tough; Manage Easy!\nThe post Get ‘Er Done? appeared first on Humetrics.
A new survey finds just over half of the respondents have not gotten a bump in salary over the past 12 months, despite a tight labor market that’s making it harder for employers to find workers. On the other hand, employees with more education and higher incomes are more likely to have received a raise, the […]\nThe post Raises: 52{1cc97b75afcc1733b507c34351f97c6aa8eecb3e41e408a9e382165f1a1e02f5} of surveyed workers didn’t get one in the past year appeared first on Humetrics.

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