In the United States, the average workplace has around 10-12 holidays where the office is closed. This means that, on average, one week every month in a typical company is a shortened four-day workweek. Although holiday weekends are largely positive for companies - research shows shorter weeks c ..
The holidays are often a busy time for businesses, and human resource professionals. Instead of the usual "permanent" hires, human resource departments often spend their time hiring temporary employees. These seasonal employees come on board during the busy holiday period, to provide necessary e ..
November is upon us, and it's almost time for the Holidays. The holidays bring joy and time with our families and communities, and they also come with special considerations for human resources to consider in the workplace. Here are some factors to consider and ways you can ensure a holiday seas ..
The holiday season is soon to be upon us with lots of corporate gatherings and events to attend. The first and most important rule to remember is that no matter how fun and festive the event, it’s still business and your place of work. Here are some offices tips and guidelines to ensure ..
Holiday Parties and Corporate Events are a great way to show appreciation to your employees for their hard work and dedication in a very personal way. It gives everyone a chance to socialize away from the office setting, relax and enjoy. Here are a few suggestions and holiday ideas for upcoming ..
How your peers, employees and customers view you often defines the level of success you reach. Staying on everyone's good side does not make you a credible person worthy of respect. You must work for an impeccable reputation. Act in these 10 ways and prove yourself as a person of high character. ..
In 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) became law in the United States. According to ADA, businesses can't discriminate in employing individuals due to disclosure of a visible or invisible disability. If a disabled individual is the most qualified candidate, businesses must hire them ..
Change is inevitable. If you decide to remain stagnant, you get left in the mire. The ability to adapt is a characteristic that often determines who continues to climb the advancement ladder and who remains stuck on a lower rung. Teach yourself flexibility so you can make the adjustments a high- ..
We've built such a stigma around the "That's not my job." mentality that often managers and employees alike are crossing job performance boundaries that they should not. The workforce is a competitive environment, and for the most part people genuinely want to succeed at their job and please the ..