You want your business to retain talented, productive individuals, but you may be overlooking the needs of an important segment of your workforce: working parents. Helping these employees achieve a work life balance can have a dramatic impact on morale and performance. How the Challenges of Working Parents Can Impact Your Business The obligations of […]
When a trusted and long-time employee quits, moving on to bigger and better things, your work environment may suffer a few days of sadness. Soon enough, however, a replacement comes in, and the world moves on. As an employer, it may initially make more sense to focus on your employees who are here to stay, […]
Transcript of HR Podcast Episode #27: Employee Theft Statistics and What You Can Do To Protect Your Business An estimated 50 billion dollars are lost annually from US businesses due to employee theft. Stats show that, a whopping 75% of all employees have stolen from their employers at least once. Furthermore, statistics show that nearly […]
Read the Transcript Watch the video Workplace theft statistics bear out the fact that a whopping 75% of all employees have stolen from their employers at least once. In today’s HR Podcast episode, I share details about employee theft statistics and share with you what you can do to lessen your exposure to employee theft. […]
“You’re fired.” On Donald Trump’s reality show, he simply utters the words and the contestant says a polite “Thank you, Mr. Trump” before leaving. But if you’re a supervisor, you know that real-life terminations don’t often work like that. There may be tears, accusations, and, in the very worst and rare cases, violence. But when […]
Transcript of Podcast # 26: How To Reward Employees Thanks for tuning in to Easy Small Business HR’s Employee Hiring and Managing Tips. Similar to episode #24, this podcast focuses on another very popular blog topic: how to reward staff. I’m thrilled that so many small business owners and supervisors recognize how important it is to […]
One of the best, yet under-valued actions that you can take, whether you are the owner of a small business or a manager in a large corporation is reward your employees for a job well done.
Transcript of ESBHR Podcast #23: Supervisors : 7 Reasons Why You Can’t Afford to Ignore Poor Workplace Behavior Listen to the audio. One of the things that I’ve found to be consistent when working with supervisors is that there is a reluctance to deal with behavioral issues in the workplace. This of course is not surprising […]
Unfortunately, at some point most supervisors will find the need to write a letter of termination for an employee who is not meeting expectations or who has violated the company code of conduct. There are a few factors to take into consideration before you begin to write a termination letter.
An estimated 50 billion dollars are lost annually from US businesses due to employee theft. According to the International Foundation for Protection Officers, approximately 75% of all employees have stolen from their employers at least once in the duration of their careers.