While We Are interviewing some employees to make a survey about the work environment and what they actually think the best place to work in, One of the employees said that she just quit her job at a commercial bank, when I asked her why that happened? She replied “My Boss didn’t know how to motivate me, he didn’t even try; all what he ask for is the work that should be done, but never ask what make us motivated to do work appropriately!”
In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing world, small business owners, who are super busy exerting every possible effort to grow their businesses, barely have the time to manage all of the other responsibilities that accompany owning a business, and find it challenging to manage their people in a proper manner, stay in compliance, and keep their businesses running smoothly. That is when costly mistakes can happen, putting businesses at risk!
Today, we will shed light on the top 5 HR and employee management mistakes that can cost you serious sums of money, and get your small business into a great deal of trouble:
9 Strategies For Regaining Your Work Life Balance
Read about nine strategies that, taken together, can help to change course without abandoning the destination and help you restore your work life balance.
You can't prepare for every question that will come up at interview,but you can anticipate most of them. Here are some of the deadliest questions, and ways of handling them.
Don't provide huge amounts of detail about jobs you did more than
10 years ago.
Make sure your email address is businesslike. For example - email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
conveys the wrong impression and does not appear serious
In today’s market it is quite common for prospective employers to accept applications and resumes online rather than having them mailed or delivered in person. It is important that you present your resume effectively in order to catch the attention of the recruiter or hiring manager and encourage him/her to seek more information about you.
Marketing yourself to others is not quite as easy as it might first sound. You’re good at what you do so others will surely be able to pick up on this, right? Wrong.
Perhaps once it was that simple to get recognition for your achievements, but times have changed. There are now more young people out of work than ever before, and it’s certainly not because they aren’t skilled. In fact, they’re more educated than generations that came before them and yet, the number of graduates who are able to translate this academic route into a job role is dwindling.
With more highly qualified people available for work, the jobs market becomes incredibly competitive. And this doesn’t just apply to students, although it is inevitable that they will be hungry to get on the jobs ladder just as much as the next person seeking employment.
So you’ve made it through the interview and have been offered a job, but should you take a little time off before starting to relax and unwind or jump right into maintain a continuous income? Depending on your mindset and place in life, each option might be tempting in its own way. Here are several questions you should ask yourself before making your decision and some tips on how to answer them.
We all only have 24 hours in a day. How do you spend your day? Do you spend it wisely or do you wish for time back? There is only so much you can do and time management is a must. The most important thing, however, is choosing how to spend your time wisely.
Wish you had 25 hours a day? Life in today's modern world is busy, to say the least. People often wish that there were more hours in the day. The good news is that you can generate at least an extra hour by eliminating time-wasting activities and habits. Here's how to lengthen the day's precious hours.