Here, the authors share how to proceed with hiring a new employee. When you can or cannot proceed with a contract.
Culture first gained a foothold in business through Peters and Waterman’s “In Search of Excellence”. They identified culture as an organization’s strong and sustaining systems of beliefs. Perhaps a simpler way to think about culture is in terms of how an organization makes choices, develops it values, its ethics how it trains, recognizes and rewards its associates, its spirit, and not to be overlooked, how it treats its clients and customers. More simply put, culture is the ideology of the organization.
In any organization that has two or more individuals there is likely to be conflict from time to time. In any successful environment there is bound to be conflict, disagreement, and promotion of disparate ideas. Where there is creativity, there exists the chance of conflict. There are some guiding principles that, if applied effectively will result in positive outcomes.
Here, the author shows the importance of sexual harassment prevention methods.
Here, the author shares how to look at your employees as your greatest asset.
Really good employees, have ideas, do more than their “job” requires, take responsibility for what goes right and what goes wrong, and are motivated to do their best. These committed employees respond positively to the following 7 keys to employee commitment:
Here, the author shares a few strategic insights that are usually overlooked.
In this blog, the author shares how to hire the right people for not having regrets later.