It’s time again. Time to hire another employee. This time you are bound and determined to hire the “right” person.
Just about every manager can think of one employee (usually more) that they never should have hired. Many managers just don’t know how to hire, simply because they have never been trained to.
There are many mistakes that can be … Continue reading
In the world of bad management, styles differ: from the loud and radical CEO, who can never yell too loudly, to the timid middle manager, afraid of uttering a word of constructive criticism. Countless employees experience such leadership horrors in the biggest national corporations and in the smallest enterprises. No matter where the disgruntled employee works, the message remains the … Continue reading
The trust of your employees is a major concern to the manager who wants to accomplish great things. Trust makes every person’s work easier, as it forms the basis for openness between management and employees. And open communication is an essential ingredient in any successful workplace.
The foundation of a trusting relationship between a manager and employees is that manager’s … Continue reading
Today marks your anniversary with your company. You view yourself as a dedicated and responsible employee who has been on time, completed assigned projects and followed company policy. Now it’s time for a raise, right? Wrong.
While your clean record may be commendable, it’s hardly outstanding. And unfortunately, where promotions and raises are concerned, being good isn’t good enough. You’ve … Continue reading
When an office runs like a well-oiled machine, it’s easy to see that a good manager is in charge, guiding a slick staff with a wise hand.
But how did the manager find and choose that slick staff that functions almost as one unit? Here are some tips to aid in hiring top-notch achievers:
* Look carefully at the resume. … Continue reading