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Before you interview your next candidate, ask yourself the questions below and think about how you would answer. Even though no applicant may actually ask you these questions, these are the ones they really want the answers to. So, when a promising applicant doesn’t ask, tell them these are questions you often get and give […]\nThe post Even If They Don’t Ask… appeared first on Humetrics.
Could you reduce the pain from today’s record turnover by getting some of your very best to come back? It is often possible because studies show “72 percent of past employees would return to the company if the opportunity arose” and “almost one quarter regret their decision to leave.” Turns out, the top reason for […]\nThe post The Grass Is Not Always Greener appeared first on Humetrics.
When was the last time you evaluated your employees’ workload or looked at your own workload and evaluated if they/you are spending time on the right things (those with the highest pay back)?   Need a great speaker for your next meeting? Give me a call; let’s talk! Mel Kleiman, Founder & President Humetrics (713) […]\nThe post Has It Been a While? appeared first on Humetrics.
Are you giving more work to your best employees because you know they’re the ones who will get things done on time and correctly? If so, make sure you also recognize and/or reward them for the extra effort. It doesn’t have to take the form of a raise or bonus, though you might want to […]\nThe post Valued Employee Retention Tip appeared first on Humetrics.
  In today’s rapidly changing world, you need to be continually asking yourself and your employees these questions: Should we be doing this job differently? Do we have the best tools to get the job done? Would additional training would make us more efficient or effective in getting the job done? Should someone else be […]\nThe post Key Questions appeared first on Humetrics.
Well, it’s really none of my business, but it would be a great question to ask every applicant. The person’s answer may not be a reason to hire/not hire them, but it will give you interesting insight in to how they think and who they are. Here’s why… https://www.mnn.com/your-home/at-home/stories/6-reasons-make-your-bed-every-morning Need a great speaker for your […]\nThe post Do You Make Your Bed Every Morning? appeared first on Humetrics.
Summer is coming to an end and many of your part-time and summer employees will be leaving for school. Before they disappear, it’s your job to make it easy for the good and great ones to come back. Some ways to do this: Make them feel appreciated now Give them an unexpected reward for doing […]\nThe post Don’t Let the Good Ones Get Away! appeared first on Humetrics.
My grandkids just came back from camp and, every year, they seem to love it more and more. Of course, they don’t want summer to end or to have to go back to school. How would you guess your employees feel coming back from summer vacation? Wishing summer would never end and they wouldn’t have […]\nThe post Roll Out Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer appeared first on Humetrics.
Referrals.   Why are referral applicants such great new hires? First, because the referred person already has a friend at work and, secondly, they know what it is going to be like working for you because their friend told them all about it. Here are six ideas to help you get more referrals:   When […]\nThe post The number one source of great employees is… appeared first on Humetrics.
Many pollsters regularly measure and report on employee engagement. Gallup does so regularly. Gallup deems workers as “engaged” based on their ratings of: “key workplace elements that predict important organizational performance outcomes, such as having an opportunity to do what they do best each day, having someone at work who encourages their development, and believing […]\nThe post What Exactly Is “Employee Engagement?” appeared first on Humetrics.

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