Monthly Archives: May 2012

What questions do you wish your employer had asked but never did?

43% of employers survey their employees annually to measure employee satisfaction.  Most employee engagement surveys ask questions about the following:                         Mission and purpose Communication and feedback             Teamwork             Customer service and quality             Perception of career and … Continue reading

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Employment and the EEOC’s Updated Guidance on Employer Consideration Arrest and Conviction Records in Employment Decisions

The Society of Human Resource Professionals did a survey of employers and found that 72% conducted criminal background checks on all job candidates. This can be a huge barrier to employment for any job candidates with a criminal record. We … Continue reading

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Making the transition from being an entrepreneur to an employer

For anyone that has started their own business making the transition from a one-person operation to bringing on additional people can be tough. Once you are actually making enough money to hire someone, you still have to figure out the … Continue reading

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