Millennials often seek a higher purpose when it comes to their work. When trying to keep Millennials happy, remind them of your company’s mission statement, and how they contribute and are crucial to the greater cause. They like to know they are of worth. Forty-nine percent of junior Millennials (or Millennials in graduate or junior positions) reported in a Deloitte survey that their personal values or morals were very influential in their decision-making at work.
The good news is that I am expanding my health care recruitment business to ad two Executive Recruiters to my staff. Through the years I have rarely run an advertisement on any job but I was in the mood to experiment.
I doubt seriously if any employer ever feels good about having to fire an employee. Even the worst employee imaginable can cause a great deal of anxiety for the employer doing the firing. Why? Terminating an… Read More »The Top 5 Signs: When To Fire An Employee
What do these 5 words or topics have in common? Facebook, Google, Youtube, Yahoo and Animals are the top 5 most googled words on google. Why is that important to know? It’s not. However If you enoy lists… Read More »Facebook, Google, Youtube, Yahoo and Animals
Consider that most of the time, we get what we pay for. Not just in the case of goods and services, but in human capital. Sometimes we cheat ourselves by “cheaping out” and paying less- but then we are prone to receive an inferior product or service. The same can be said with stellar and im-pactful employees.
If you’re a candidate, this article is not for you (or did you not read the title?) If you’re an employer the following information is critical to your success. There is only one reason why… Read More »For Employers Only: It’s About You, No Matter What.
Micro-managing is a vital part of an employer’s job. An employee’s work environment is not a popularity contest. It’s about successfully fulfilling the ongoing tasks at hand in the way in which you as the employer sees fit.
Some people work better if they are micro-managed and are held accountable all day long. Other’s do not need as much hand holding but nonetheless, micro-managing assures you that a job is getting done the way that you want it done.
After an interview I usually follow up with both the employer and the candidate to debrief and find out how the interview went. My first question is usually to ask how long the interview went. Obviously if the interview was less than 10 minutes long than chances are great that the interview was a disaster.