HR News Articles 2012
It’s not surprising in these turbulent economic times that the career transition business is thriving. Working with companies to assist their employees at notification meetings and on-going throughout their transition to their new roles is a lucrative business these days. Just as career transition companies and coaches differ in their approaches to these assignments – from one-on-one coaching to on-line tools to group sessions to a combination of all three – so, too, does the approach of the manager to the process of termination....read the full article »
The principle of outsourcing consists in entrusting some other company with activities one does not wish to perform oneself anymore. Outsourcing has been existing for a long time under the form of subcontracting. Yet, the main novelty of the last years is linked to the fact that outsourcing does not solely apply to manufacturing....read the full article »
Recruiting passive candidates is no easy matter, but essential if you want to consistently hire great people for critical positions. From beginning to end, the process for finding, recruiting, and hiring passive candidates is fundamentally different from the one used for active candidates..... read the full article »
by Lou Adler January 10 - 2012
You can’t recruit and hire passive candidates using the same workflow, nor the same recruiters, used for active candidates. As shown in the pie chart, 83% of fully-employed members on LinkedIn consider themselves passive when it comes to their job-hunting status.......
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The main reason to use HR consulting is simply to save time. We all have a finite amount of time and it`s often better to outsource things like payroll and risk management policies. Of course, human resources is the best way to go for this type of outsourcing, since it tends to be of a rather delicate nature and you don`t want just anyone going over employee information in order to do the payroll...... read the full article »
Written by Lou Adler
Monday, 30 January 2012
even highly motivated people with a track record of success can develop bad attitudes and become disruptive workers when they don’t work well with their boss, when the job promised is different than the one taken, or the resources needed to do the job right are not provided.....
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