Knowing everything you can about a possible new hire is imperative to a company's success. Finding out what kind of employee a person will be in under an hour means you have to ask the right questions. Read on to find ten questions you should consider asking at an interview.
You are looking for the best employees you can possibly find. For some business owners, using independent contractors is the best option. This guide will help you distinguish between contractors and employees, and break down the pros and cons of independent contractors.
In these days of high-stress job scenarios, happy employees seem to be a rarity. More likely than not, employees are instead wrought with job stress that culminates into feelings of being overworked, underappreciated, or fearful they may lose their employment entirely.
In every office, not everyone will get along. You'll always have employees who will butt heads and supervisors who share their feelings about another supervisor just a little too openly and candidly with subordinates. So at what point does a person cross the line from having a bad day to becoming the workplace bully?
In today's booming tech environment, leading innovators recognize interns as the future of their companies. That's why they're willing to pay them premium compensation, offer them extravagant perks, and let them actually get their hands dirty and work.