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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.
What better interview questions to ask a job applicant than those about the criteria employees are actually evaluated against when it’s time for an annual performance review? And what better way to evaluate a job applicant than against that same criteria? Here are two examples of how you might take a performance review metric and […]\nThe post Performance Review Forms = Great Hiring Tools appeared first on Humetrics.
Ever wonder why one of your best people really quit? The following list is even truer today than when we first published it as a Hiring Hint in 2013! 10. Don’t make each new hire feel welcome and valued. Employees are most impressionable during the first 60 days on the job. Every bit of information gathered during this […]\nThe post The Top 10 Ways to Get Your Best People to Quit 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.
It goes without saying that, for all kinds of good reasons, every employee needs to know exactly what your organization’s expectations are. Just one of them is because, when this is the case, your performance review forms only need three measures for each criteria: Does not meet expectations Meets expectations Exceeds expectation   (Check out some […]\nThe post Managing Expectations with Performance Review 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.
Your employees will put up with imperfect, but one thing that they’d like in return is for you to care. Recruiters and hiring managers often make big promises, but delivery and/or the reality of the job frequently miss the mark. Sooner or later, this can lead to a situation where a broken promise causes an […]\nThe post Who Cares? appeared first on Humetrics.
In the search for qualified employees, this Colorado company discovered what it was doing wrong — and the key to successful recruiting: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/small-business-hiring-workers/\nThe post If You Want to Change the Outcome, Change the Way You Look at Things 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.
If your organization is like most, you probably put your most senior, experienced people in charge of training all newbies. And this is probably just fine, but only if you are getting the results you want. If not, you might want to try the following ingenious approach… An area manager for a nationwide employer found […]\nThe post On the Job Training: Who’s in Charge? appeared first on Humetrics.

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