Keeping Employees Motivated
Keeping employees motivated at work is truly a constant battle for managers. In fact, a recent Gallup survey found that only 13% of employees worldwide are engaged at work on a regular basis. Distractions are the common enemy of us all; and, the all too familiar issue of failure to prioritize is no small beast and it frequently runs rampant in many companies.
Using First Impressions Wisely in Recruiting
Every day, first impressions shape how people interact with each other and how they feel about those interactions. They influence how people engage with all aspects of the world around them–including recruiting. Given how much of recruiting comes down to understanding and evaluating people in a limited amount of time, one could argue that much of a recruiter’s job depends on how well he or she has mastered the ability to get an accurate first impression.Read on.
We are struggling to ensure our communications are being heard by all employees. What could we be doing wrong?
Communication with employees is extremely important. As much as you communicate, you will likely never be told your business over communicates. However, we are a society that is on information overload. We have to cut through that overload to be sure the important messages are heard.Read on.
Federal laws prohibit the interception of another's electronic communications, but these same laws have multiple exceptions that generally allow employers to monitor employees' email and internet use on employer-owned equipment or networks. As a result, under federal law, when private-sector employees use an organization's telephone or computer system, monitoring their communications is broadly permissible, though there may be exceptions once the personal nature of a communication is determined. Read more.
Employer's Duty to Protect Employees' Personal Information
It is tax season, which means that criminals are busy trying to steal people's tax information (e.g., names, addresses, social security numbers, income information), which they can use to file fraudulent tax returns and steal tax refunds. As an employer, you likely maintain your employees' tax information and, thus, are a target. Indeed, criminals regularly target employers and hack their databases or pose as company executives and send a phishing email asking for all employees' W-2s for accounting purposes.
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