Category: Human Resources

Why Use Personalized Human Resources Approaches Over Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial intelligence is becoming a powerful force in many fields, and some companies are starting to experiment with using it in their Human Resource departments. While we applaud technological advances, we strongly believe that artificial intelligence lack a certain human touch needed for Human Resource matters. When you work with people-staffed Human Resource departments, you get the following qualities: Nonverbal Communication. People have

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Human Resources: Connect with Potential Clients Through Inspiring Language

Perhaps the most important role of business leaders is to assist employees in bringing the most out of themselves. One of the most powerful tools supervisors can use is their language. Employers want to, of course, be positive when speaking with workers but, they can go further and gain additional benefits when they use a set of specific words. Thoughtful motivational speech

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Human Resources: Running a Successful Group Interview

Does your Human Resource Department hire for a number of positions that involve regularly working with teams or customers? Or do you often hire a number of people at once for the same position? If your answer to either of these questions is yes, your team might want to consider hiring using group interviews. Group interviews are an excellent option for interviewing

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How to Manage an Employee with a Negative Attitude

There is no room for negativity in your workplace. You work hard to establish a dynamic, empowering environment for your staff so you expect your employees to behave in a positive manner. When you do have a staff member who demonstrates apathy or is often critical, you must take action. Learn how to manage this type of difficult employee. Have a tough

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How to Handle a Verbal Altercation Between Employees

While leaders would rather no conflict ever occur between employees, it is bound to happen on occasion. You need to learn to effectively manage verbal altercations among workers. Resist the temptation to ignore a negative event and, instead, treat it as a challenge that can potentially improve communication and teamwork. Follow these steps to handle a human relations problem. 1. Allow for

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How to Handle the Most Difficult Human Resources Task

The most difficult part of any manager’s job is when they must terminate employees. Forbes magazine warns managers that this experience will be emotionally charged, so it must be properly and proactively handled. Following the advice below will help HR managers smoothly and respectfully conduct themselves in ethically and legally appropriate ways. Documentation Preparation The easiest way for a disgruntled employee to

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How Outsourcing HR Can Help You With Risk Management

Risk Management is a vital part of managing any business. Not having the right policies in place can be very costly for your company. If you haven’t yet considered the importance of risk management and how outsourcing your human resources department can help you with this, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s take a look.  How Outsourcing HR Can Help With

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Human Resources: Managing The Two Week Notice Resignation Period

For personal and professional reasons, employees will sometimes move on from your company. Resignation notice periods vary depending on your state and contract signed with the employee, but in most cases, it’s traditional for employees to give a two week notice. This time period gives the employee an opportunity to finish current projects and Human Resources and management to start finding new

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How to Build an Impeccable Reputation

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. Always behave in a transparent manner. Show the real you

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Human Resources: Complying to the ADA

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 and make reasonable accommodations. Is your Human Resources Department up to speed on ADA law? Here’s a

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