It's not enough to just know what you want to ask or how you plan on evaluating responses - it's also essential that you know all about your company and position before interviewing someone who may become your newest colleague!
Situational leaders recognize that common pitfall in approaches to people management. Situational leadership is an adaptive style that encourages leaders to analyze situations and choose the leadership style that will best fit their goals in that circumstance. Situational leaders are flexible and can switch between leadership styles to align with the evolving needs of an organization and its employees.
Why are so many Americans quitting their jobs? And what can be done to stop this "turnover tsunami?" This blog post will answer those questions with some tips on how to stem the tide of the Great Resignation before it takes over your workforce!
Small talk with a job candidate can go sideways before you know it. Knowing how to make a candidate feel comfortable by being personable while avoiding the legal pitfalls that can accompany standard "small talk" is a necessity. This blog post will cover 9 of these dangers and what you can do to avoid them.
It is the end of the year - the most wonderful time of the year, right? Sure, and the time of year when your HR to-do list may surpass your holiday shopping list! Let us review year-end steps and best practices.