Low-Balling a Job Offer Will Cost You More Than Their Salary!

Client Resources | March 20th, 2019

Obviously, companies don’t want to overpay for anything, but the effort to keep labor costs down shouldn’t result in a company consistently making low-ball offers to applicants. Low-ball offers actually cost businesses far greater than what they save, and it’s crucial for hiring managers to realize the significance of paying… Read More

Do You Know the True Cost of a Bad Hire?

Client Resources | February 20th, 2019

Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh once said that bad hires cost his company more than $100 million. While your company may not be racking up a similar number, it’s hard to argue that bad hires are an unnecessary cost that companies should be doing everything they can to eliminate. More than… Read More

The Best Apps to Prepare You for Performance Review Season

Client Resources | December 5th, 2018

Company leaders should look forward to giving performance reviews. They’re a chance to recognize good performance and improve employee efficiency through constructive feedback. However, there are often issues with a conventional performance review system. Reviews are infrequently held, but employees increasingly say they want more regular reviews. Furthermore, traditional reviews… Read More

4 Benefits of Offering Supply Chain Professionals a Flexible Work Schedule

Client Resources | September 17th, 2018

Many working professionals today want a flexible schedule, and yet fairly few organizations are offering this to their employees. Meanwhile, millions of Americans are opting to work gig-economy jobs because they want more control over their work and personal lives. If your company doesn’t offer flexible work hours and options,… Read More

Onboarding Best Practices for New Hires That Will Produce Immediate Gratification

Client Resources | August 22nd, 2018

Onboarding is the process of bringing a new employee into an organization and work community, as well as connecting a new hire with the tools and information essential to becoming a contributing member. Onboarding new hires at an organization ought to be an organized system that lasts around one year,… Read More

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