A Recruiter’s Video Interviewing Handbook


Hannah Morgan, job search strategist and founder of CareerSherpa.net , has coached job seekers on using video interviews and believes it offers benefits for both employers and candidates. Video interviews offer a thorough understanding of qualifications and culture compatibility, while reducing time spent screening and vetting candidates. Eliminate travel time and expenses. The post A Recruiter’s Video Interviewing Handbook appeared first on Yello.

What You Should Know About Leadership Development Training

Workplace Psychology

The second mistake is a tendency to try to cram too much content into the training and expecting participants who attend the leadership development program to instantly become an instant expert or a “leader” (i.e., Compass: Your Guide for Leadership Development and Coaching.

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8 Best Practices for Managing the Late Employee

Tandem HR

Everyone gets stuck in traffic, misses an alarm, or has a childcare issue from time to time. Make sure your attendance policy is in your employee handbook. Your employee handbook is the perfect location for this policy. BLOG HR support management coaching

10 Places to Find Ultimate this Quarter – Q2 2017

Ultimate Software

Check out the latest places to find Ultimate: At #SHRM17 , HR expert and influencer Mike Haberman experienced UltiPro Perception™ for the first time. Maren Hogan , Chief Marketing Brain of Red Branch Media , attended and spoke at our San Antonio Workshop.

I Will Teach My Daughter Not to Be Afraid

Workplace Psychology

About a month ago, my wife and I became parents for the very first time. I had a choice to attend Baylor University or other colleges. I had a choice to attend law school or say no. I chose law school (but I chose out of fear and attended by default because I didn’t know what else to do with my life). Attitudes & Emotions Coaching Happy & Unhappy Meaningful WorkEmbed from Getty Images.

Sold Out: A Lesson on Event Content (and the Future of HR)


This summer at SHRM I was looking through the sessions in the app in an attempt to figure out which I wanted to attend, and I saw this one right up front. I think we should take more time to coach and support than regulate and demand.

HR documentation: A step-by-step guide


During this time, it’s a good idea to also ask new hires to sign a detailed job description listing their title and responsibilities to avoid any ambiguities later on. If appropriate, offer one-on-one coaching or devise a performance-improvement plan. Attendance issues.

HR How to: Preparing For The Coronavirus


Sick of it all: As part of your planning, you’re also going to want to crack open your employee handbook and turn to the section that outlines your sick leave policies. Stores are stripped of toilet paper and there’s not a bottle of hand sanitizer in sight.

Paying non-exempt employees: How well do you know the rules?


Since he’s a non-exempt employee, he will be paid an additional 16 hours of pay for his travel time. When and how to pay non-exempt employees for training, travel time, overtime and on-call time can be confusing. On-call time. If employees go to a lecture, meeting or training program , you’re not required to pay them if all of the following four criteria are met: They’re attending training outside of their normal working hours.

10 Data-Driven Ways to Improve Employee Engagement


Just look at the number of Google searches around the topic during that time period: Source: Google Trends. You’re going to have a difficult time improving team engagement if you’re not measuring it! Coach Leadership. I realized my job existed all this time to save my own life.”

9 quick tips for handling overly social employees


Refrain from micromanaging your employees’ time, and instead focus on whether the work gets done. Employees who are really busy with deadlines don’t have time to spend half an hour at the water cooler gabbing about last night’s game. When you have one Chatty Cathy or Charlie, remember to coach him or her in private, never in front of others. But visiting at someone’s desk for such a long time creates the perception that work isn’t getting done.”

Three Ways to Make Seasonal Hiring Easier


Are workers full time, part time, or independent contractors? You can make seasonal hiring easier by following the same procedures you’d use for a full-time employee. Track hours and attendance for each employee, so you have documentation if there’s ever a question about whether or not laws were followed. Go through your employee handbook and look at each benefit.

How to Help Your Employees Return From Disability Leave


Pro tip: Include a section about disability leave in your employee handbook and have all employees review it during their onboarding. Isabel Duarte, a leadership coach, suggests asking the employee how they want to be communicated with while they’re out.

Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic with Top 3 Articles Each]


Employee handbook: 6 must-have policies for your manual. Full-Time vs. Part-Time Employees: What You Need to Know. 10 Tips For First-Time Supervisors. The 11 Recruiting Conferences You Need to Attend in 2020. The Employer Handbook.

Providing outplacement to laid-off employees: 5 perks and 5 pitfalls


They might help prepare a script or even attend the termination meeting. One-on-one coaching. Especially if employees have been there for a long time, you may feel your company has a moral obligation to help them find new paths. Set a deadline to begin services within a month, or some other agreed-upon time frame, after termination. Avoid including outplacement promises in employee handbooks , employment contracts or any official documents.

Working Girl - Untitled Article

Working Girl

Last week I attended UNLEASH2018 in Amsterdam and enjoyed catching up with former colleagues who have helped shape the HR tech industry as we know it today. And for HR partners who have no time for – or interest in - screening applicants for hiring managers, it’s also win-win.

How Better Employee Management Leads to Better Employee Engagement


Organized and smooth onboarding is a huge deciding factor in the length of time an employee decides to stay with your company. If employees feel that they are an inconvenience or not worthy of their manager’s time then engagement plummets. Meeting or talking regularly, in time specifically set aside for a 1:1, can solve a lot of disengagement issues. Great employee management means development and coaching and ensuring a feeling of progression, whatever seniority.

WIRTW #392 (the “miles and miles and miles” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

Exploring pros and cons of pets at work — via HR Hero Line Career Coach: In violent times, here’s how to bring peace to the workplace — via Monkey Cage Career ADHD: Is Employee Tenure Still Important? — Yesterday afternoon was the Fall Play-In at my daughter’s school.

my new employee applied for another job and I’m on the search committee, and 4 other questions

Ask a Manager

I have one direct report, an exec admin/receptionist, and several indirect/part-time reports. It hasn’t been the smoothest transition, as she’s needed more coaching in the role than I expected based on her experience, but overall I think it’s going okay. But we rarely happen to be out all at the same time. Send your boss an email and say this: “I’m hoping we could set up some time for a phone call in the next few weeks to talk about how things are going.

Talent and Performance Management Survey Summary

HR Daily Advisor

The number one response was, “they accomplish the intended goal most of the time” (46.9%). Survey takers were asked over what period of time they maintain a system for predicting staffing and talent requirements. Time management. Not enough time for training.

How Can #HR Support Trump? (a serious question)


You know, just as well as the rest of us HR Pros, THIS manager, displaying THIS behavior, would be placed on a performance improvement plan, mandatory leadership coaching, or demoted. Or remember the time he made fun of the reporter with a disability?

WIRTW #477 (the “just another brick in the wall” edition)

Ohio Employer's Law

via Eric Meyer’s The Employer Handbook Blog. Should Employers Fire Employees Who Attend White Supremacist Rallies? — via Work Place Coach Blog News. Why Your Boss Makes You Punch a Time Clock — via Evil HR Lady, Suzanne Lucas.

board member keeps bringing her kids to meetings, unofficial salary offers, and more

Ask a Manager

The meeting will include reviewing the employee handbook, explaining policies and procedures, and reviewing the employee’s work plan. ” However, I would brace yourself to hear that she can’t attend at all if she can’t bring them and decide ahead of time how you’d want to respond to that. I asked for some time to think about it, but I am troubled. How can she re-enter the workforce and characterize her time spent involved in an MLM?