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Category: HR Advice and Tips


How to Identify and Eliminate Your Bias When Hiring

December 24th, 2020

“Bias” is a preference for one thing over another that isn’t based on reasoning or logic. Everyone has biases. For instance, you may prefer the smell of cinnamon over nutmeg because cinnamon reminds you of your favorite aunt, or you may prefer State U over U of State because you’re a State U graduate.  Biases… Read more »

Looking to 2021: Setting Goals for Your Team

December 17th, 2020

The new year means a new outlook for managers and the teams they lead. Here’s how to set goals for the coming year that engage your staff and encourage them to achieve their best.   Ask “Why”?  Knowing that you want to set goals is different from knowing why those goals are necessary. Being able to communicate the “why,”… Read more »

How to Write an Eye-Catching Job Description

November 19th, 2020

First impressions make a huge difference. For job candidates, a company’s first impression is made in its job description.   Job-seekers may scroll through dozens or even hundreds of job descriptions in a single sitting. To grab their attention, a job description needs to be clear, thorough, and speak in the company’s voice.   Here’s how to… Read more »

Improving Retention With a Referral Program

November 12th, 2020

Employee turnover is one of the most costly occurrences in staffing. When an employee leaves the organization, that organization must spend additional money to find a replacement worker. They also lose the productivity gained from having that worker’s position filled, as well as productivity from other workers who must abandon their own tasks to cover… Read more »

How to Deliver a Negative Performance Review

September 10th, 2020

No manager likes to tell people how they’re doing badly. Giving a negative performance review can feel like navigating a field of landmines. You need your staff member to understand what’s gone wrong and how to fix it, but you also need to avoid triggering such overwhelming negative emotions that they can’t hear what they… Read more »