Overcome the challenges of finding skilled labor and talented employees without having negative impact on firms.
“Generation Y” usually refers to young Americans born between about 1980 and 1999. While their predecessors from generation X were marked by cultural leaning toward irony, skeptical optimism, and the first emergence of a uniquely late-20th-century work ethic, gen Y has defined its own set of values in response to those of its slightly older […]
Ideally, the right compensation rate for any position will fall on a precise, narrow line, not quite high enough to incur risk or overstretch the company budget, but not quite low enough to invite stepping stone hires or let talent slip away. First, you’ll need to establish a range. Your initial range may be wide […]
Human resource professionals often encounter an all-too-common scenario, especially during periods of high unemployment: A candidate who seems perfectly qualified, or even overqualified, accepts a position and receives a few months of training before leaving the company to take a better position elsewhere. The new hire was well educated, friendly and promising, she learned quickly, […]