The COVID-19 pandemic has completely revolutionized how, when, and where employees perform their jobs. According to a recent Gallup Poll, about half of all full-time employees worked from home either part-time or full-time during the first 3 quarters of 2021, and there is much evidence to suggest that remote work in some form is here to stay.Read Article
Want to attract (and keep) right-fit candidates? Start with a top notch job description.
Opening your organization to a pipeline of job candidates is a critical step in growing a deeper bench of talent. Drawing the eye of prospective applicants is as important to your company’s growth as developing the hires you have already made. Having accurate, detailed job descriptions helps build on both fronts: They help you to find qualified candidates and guide your efforts once employees are in place.Read Article
Making your first few hires as a small business owner is a big deal. On the one hand, each successive hire opens up new opportunities for you to delegate work, focus on strategic tasks, and add complementary expertise to your business. On the other hand, there is the time-consuming and difficult responsibility of managing people and shaping your company’s internal environment.Read Article