This Thursday marks the beginning of fall — can you believe it? If you’re like us, you may have already had a pumpkin spice latte or 2 to celebrate early. Have you heard about companies that have candidates go through as many as 12 interviews? Find out what the risks are of conducting too many interviews and what the magic number is to aim for. If your company offers remote work, it’s essential to clearly define your company’s definition of what remote work is to candidates. Check out this story to discover how to properly list your virtual job openings. Finally, once you do find your perfect employees, discover what makes workers stay with a company long term to ensure you hold on to them.
Small Business and HR Compliance dates this week:
American Business Women’s Day: Honor the accomplishments of the businesswomen across the nation. #AmericanBusinessWomensDay
Fall Begins: Get ready for pumpkin spice lattes! #FirstDayOfFall
Rosh Hashanah: Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year, and one of Judaism’s holiest days.
The cost of employee turnover can be as high as 100%-300% of an employee’s salary. Discover strategies to help you retain your top workers.
Keep Your People: What Makes Employees Stay with a Company Long-Term?
Many companies today are struggling to find and keep employees. A growing skills gap and a generation of Baby Boomers nearing retirement age are complicating the issue. Companies that figure out the magic equation of how to keep employees long-term have a clear advantage.
So, what causes these workers to job-hop rather than pick a company and work there until retirement? What makes employees stay with a company long-term? We have the answers.
The CDC maintains that COVID-19 “remains an ongoing public health threat.”
The CDC Updated Its COVID-19 Guidance: Here’s What It Means for Your Workplace
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued updated guidelines on preventing the spread and minimizing the health risks of COVID-19. Now the agency has eliminated precautionary quarantine and is focused on preventative measures.
Check out this review of what’s changed and what remains the same in handling the pandemic to help you continue to keep your employees and workplace as safe and healthful as possible.
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