e've all heard employees say, "meetings are a waste of time." Moreover, most managers have actually shared in that sentiment a time or two themselves, and it's easy to see why. Without proper direction, meetings can get derailed fairly quickly. Unfortunately, because this stigma exists, many employees today simply find reasons to skip staff meetings altogether. Here are 3 top reasons why employees bail on staff meetings:
We’ve all felt the effects of understaffing from time to time, whether it comes in the form of exhausted employees or as disgruntled clients trying to grab attention from an understaffed agency.
The fact is, staffing needs require careful planning, because it does affect all aspects of a business or agency. It can be a tricky balance, though.
The best managers are those who coach their employees to become, not just better workers, but better people. They provide everything their team members need in order to achieve success. This is especially true when it comes to handling those employees who may be falling behind.
A lot of business needs and business practices change with the seasons. Often, when this happens, employers look to hire extra, or seasonal, employees to help maintain productivity and workflow; its common practice. As you begin to search for and hire seasonal workers, though, there are a few special considerations that you need to keep in mind. Many laws and regulations that apply to full-time employees also apply to seasonal and part-time employees. Here’s what you need to know:
In today’s job landscape, hiring demands are up, but budgets are down. Companies no longer have unlimited resources to throw at and attract high-quality new hires, so hiring employers must find the best new hires available in a shorter amount of time with little to no budget. Thus, you must reduce your cost per hire.