1. Every candidate has an expiration date. Candidates must be contacted within 24-48 hours of receiving their resume. If not contacted promptly, candidates lose interest and employers lose credibility. Each candidate has been prepped to… Read More »The 5 Secrets That Every Hiring Manager Needs to Know
Hire the right person or recognize that you have the wrong person in the job and do something about it right now. This is one of the most critical elements to the bottom line of any organization. Human capital. You need to be very careful in the hiring and selection of every single employee. There must be a strong job match in terms of cognitive abilities, thinking style, behavioral traits, interests, work experience and cultural fit. Never fear to replace someone who is not meeting the needs of your organization. The cost of keeping someone that is not the right fit can do more damage to not only your organization fiscally but to the morale of your existing team.
If you are an employer take my advice immediately: obtain Employment Practices Liability Insurance, today!!!!!!!!! You already have Workers Compensation, Liability, Errors and Ommissions and many other types of insurance to reduce your risk; however… Read More »Firing an Employee: Do This First!!!!
So here comes a new year with all the hopes and aspirations that a new year brings. What are you going to do this year to further your career? Why didn’t you do it this year? You procrastinated.
If you want to compete in the business world, you need world class talent. How do you find the very best available talent, right now? Certainly not by using an outside recruitment firm. After all… Read More »Why Employers Should Never Use An Outside Recruitment Firm
In the senior housing market or any industry, the hiring of a new employee in a key position is a gamble. Has the following ever happened to you? You have a critical job opening in… Read More »Healthcare Employers: Follow Your Instincts by Bernie Reifkind
Hey Employers: do you have employees that are Multislackers? Do you have some employees that are constantly whining and complaining because they are “over-worked”, “under-appreciated”, “under-paid”, “over-whelmed, “over-this, ” “under-that”, over and over and over, etc? Did it ever… Read More »Multislacking by Bernie Reifkind
I just wanted to say thank you to each and every Veteran and to let you know how much America appreciates your service. We cannot thank you enough. It is because of your service to… Read More »Thank you to all of America’s Veterans by Bernie Reifkind