Need-to-Know: 4 Ways Your HR Department Can Properly Vet New Employees

Many people can make it past a job interview only for the company to realize they aren't a good fit. Vetting candidates ensures that the experience, background and person the new employee has presented fits what they put on their resume. Finding someone who not only suits the company culture but is also competent and qualified for the position takes time, but it will ultimately reduce greater risk and save more time in the future. If you want to make sure new hires are the perfect fit for the...
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Five Tips For Dealing With An Upset Employee That Needs To Be Fired

An unfortunate part of being a business owner or manager is having to tell your employees news that they do not want to hear. Many times, this news would have to do with termination or a disciplinary notice. Upon hearing this news, an employee may react angrily. Often times, the anger will be directed at you, the manager, or the business owner. In situations like this, there are clear steps that a manager should keep in mind in order to prevent a tense situation from turning into an explosive ...
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