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15
Feb

5 Simple Ways to Make HR Easier

Working as an HR professional may look like an easy job – on the outside. But being on the job itself is truly challenging as you deal with managing the company’s employees daily. What the rest doesn’t know about HR is its importance beyond recruiting new employees. You should always work with an intention to understand every person you deal

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10
Feb

7 ways to avoid Payday Cash Flow Problems

Every business is kept alive with its lifeblood known as cash flow. One single obstacle that’ll destroy its steady ins and outs can lead to problems that may affect payroll, that may lead on later to unhappy employees, and end up with a dying business. No one wants to work in a company that’s about to crash. As an HR

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6
Feb

5 Helpful Steps to Getting New Hires Productive Fast

Change is a constant thing in the corporate world, but unfortunately for Sam’s company, the latest change wasn’t of the good kind. Sam works as an HR Manager for a BPO company, and one of their clients recently made a decision that sent attrition rates soaring for an account. Thankfully, the company had an efficient team to handle the hiring,

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3
Feb

How to pick the best payroll schedule

Choosing the best payroll schedule plays a major role in every company. It doesn’t just help you figure out when you should pay the employees, but determining the schedule that best fits the company can affect its net income based on its payroll and payroll taxes. It also affects employees as these are the people who’ll always respond to any

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2
Feb

5 Ways to Show Your Team Some Appreciation

Culture can make or break a company. This is what Jake realized a few weeks after moving into his new office. He took on his old job as an HR manager in a new corporation after he quit his old job to change cities. This new job subjected Jake to a very strict work ethic. It was so strict, in

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1
Feb

5 Ways to Make Onboarding more Fun!

Onboarding is a crucial part of a new hire’s time in your company. If anything, it tells them a lot about what it is they’re getting into. Will your company give them a good impression? Or will you simply convince them that being part of your company isn’t worth their heartfelt efforts?   Are Your Onboarding Programs Producing Engaged Employees?

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31
Jan

9 reasons you need to perform background checks

As an HR, it’s a rule of thumb that in selecting the right applicants for the business, you should go deep in every detail about who they truly are more than seeing what’s on the surface. Sure you can take note of that confident smile, neat look, and firm handshake, but are you sure about what he/she shows on the

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30
Jan

5 Excuses Every HR Manager has heard for Absent People

As an HR manager, one of the most critical jobs is monitoring employee attendance. The data should always be accurately recorded as it will affect a huge part of your work in keeping the payroll system up-to-date without misses. And just like for everything else, nothing is perfect and you can guarantee yourself that someone will be absent – whether

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25
Nov

Seven Fun Ways To Get Quality Company Feedback From Employees

Steel sharpens steel. For your company to remain at the top, you need to get honest company feedback from your employees. In fact, research suggests that companies who get feedback actually perform better and are able to retain employees up to 14.9% better. According to data, companies that actively engage their employees get 25% yearly increase in revenue compared to

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23
Nov

Three Simple Ways to Maintain Company Culture

Google implements a company culture of “Do No Evil” with an emphasis on innovation. Google’s executives do this through a process known as the 70/20/10 Model. Employees dedicate 70% of their time to fundamental job tasks. Then they move on 20% to core-related projects. They also allot 10% to new initiatives. What other company cultures do you think can lead

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