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If you are an employer, the absent employee can throw a huge monkey wrench into the machinery of an operation. No matter what day of the week. A “no show” can be a “no go” for many employers.
As a business owner of a healthcare executive search firm, I can state first hand that very few things about my business infuriates me more than employee absenteeism.
Who is right? Does it even matter?
What does matter is the misunderstanding. The lack of clear concise communication. Maybe confirmation prior to the meeting could have prevented this mishap. Prior confirmation can be critically important to prevent potential miscommunication.
Have you ever considered that employee retention just might be a death trap to the growth of your business? Are you holding on to people that should have been terminated long ago? Business, just like life changes every day and hopefully your goal is to grow your business. Things change.
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.
“Do it right, the first time” is one of the most profound sages of advice that anyone could ever receive. It is essential that a health care organization in need of critical staff to use a… Read More »Health Care Recruiters: Getting it Right The First Time
It’s probably the most uncomfortable moment during an interview. It’s the exact moment when an employer knows that the candidate is not the right fit, for whatever reason. For most employers that moment can be within the first 5 minutes of an interview.
As a healthcare recruiter I am always fascinated by interview questions that my healthcare clients might ask while interviewing my candidates.
One of the best interview questions that an employer can ask is: “What book or books are you currently reading.”