If you are an employer, chances are that you are aware that employer-employee relationships are essential for a well-run business. Although you may have this awareness, it may just stop there. Having an awareness is wonderful, but having a policy and procedure in place to continue to build upon that awareness is necessary…
As an office manager or business owner, you are undoubtedly busy. There are the every day tasks of managing an office or overseeing a business and then there are the unexpected surprises. Overdue deadlines, inventory issues, production problems are all an additional part of your everyday office life. Keeping up with whether or not employees are performing up to par is whole other category…
Have you ever heard the old adage about catching more flies with honey than you can with vinegar? Well, not to compare employees with an insect, but you get the bigger picture. More often than not, it is so easy to tell an employee what needs to be corrected and what they are not doing properly than to commend him or her for a job well done.
Recruitment is when employers actively seek people to undertake a specific job. Recruiting is undertaken in a number of ways. Some employers will advertise jobs in national and local newspapers, others will use the services of a recruitment agency and still others will attend business fairs while actively looking to recruit people for a specific role.
Internal recruitment is the often used practice of selecting among existing employees to fill a vacancy.
Sometimes the vacancy is advertised throughout a business, usually on its weekly or monthly internal newsletter or intranet. On occasion the practice is invoked because someone in the company is being made redundant in their current position and sometimes it is a way of promoting a certain employee sideways rather than up in the organisation.
If you are new to the idea of using a recruitment agency then you might not know what to expect from one. Simply put a recruitment agency has two sets of loyalties, first of all they promise to supply prospective employers with suitable staff, secondly they undertake to find work for the people who sign on to their books.
People’s experience of recruitment agencies may vary widely. Some will keep in touch and routinely inform you what positions they have found on your behalf and how the process is developing, on the other hand there are agencies who ask prospective employees to send in CV’s and fill out other forms but then give no feedback.
Employers are always looking for the right staff to fill the job vacancies that they have on offer. Finding the right staff means that recruitment and selection processes are a key factor in the success of any business.
Internet Marketing Avoiding the Biggest Mistake
There are countless websites, blogs and brands doing the rounds on the web but only a select few that ever really make a big splash and fulfil their potential. Why is this?
3 Mistakes To Avoid In Internet Marketing
When it comes to internet marketing and growing your business online, there are things that you simply need to avoid, otherwise you may be wasting your time.
Unfortunately, these are very common mistakes and if you are able to avoid these, you will be able to have an edge on your competition.