It’s disheartening to learn that an employee is choosing to leave your organization. Turnover leaves your HR team and organizational leaders scrambling to find a replacement, and if the employee leaves the organization on a sour note, the experience can be especially awkward and even leave some professional relationships in jeopardy.
It’s a fact of life we can’t avoid. Whether it’s working in a professional environment, learning in the educational realm, or interacting with friends or family, at some point in time we all have to face criticism.
In a previous Astronology, we explored the basics of a Human Resource Information System, or HRIS. As we mentioned in that article, such technology can be beneficial in assisting with HR administration.
The month of May involves a flurry of graduation ceremonies. These graduates are more than likely already applying to work for your organization.
Whether it’s every day or for a special project, at some point of time we all have to do some form of collaborative teamwork.
The quick answer to this question is yes. Technology has changed the way we train our employees in many ways. In addition, thanks to technology we have new ways to communicate updated information in regards to employee performance and work procedures.
Teamwork is unavoidable. While many people enjoy the collective experience of accomplishing goals as a team, there are many who find this facet of work challenging.
In the November 8th issue of Astronology®, we addressed the topic of what to do when you have an employee that is willing but unable to perform his or her job functions.
Although the economy appears to be unsettled with unemployment moving towards the 6% mark, there is an increasing reliance on temporary employees to meet production and service needs.