Non-Performance Reasons to Recognize Your Employees

Non-Performance Reasons to Recognize Your Employees   It’s important to show your appreciation and recognize your employees when they achieve their goals, go above and above with their efficiency, or receive positive feedback from customers. However, you shouldn’t always wait for a worker to impress you with their performance before praising them for their contributions...

New California Law Requires Job Postings to Include Salary Ranges

  New California Law Requires Job Postings to Include Salary Ranges   Thanks to a new salary transparency bill that Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law on Tuesday, pay ranges will soon be listed on job listings in California. Nearly 200,000 businesses with 15 or more employees will have to begin posting wage ranges on advertisements for tasks...

How Ongoing and Diverse Training Benefits Businesses

Employee training is a crucial business strategy that is frequently neglected and undervalued. It’s possible that business owners may not invest the necessary time in properly training people, and that the staff will just want to get to work after learning what is necessary. Training is sometimes viewed by small organizations with little resources and few...

How To Master Cold Calling

  Reaching out to potential clients via cold calling offers both many advantages and difficulties.   The practice of calling prospective clients whom you have never spoken to before is known as cold calling. Some advantages of cold calling include strengthening your marketing and enhancing your sales pitch. Cold calling has a number of drawbacks as...

“Quiet Hiring”: A New Method of Hiring

“Quiet Hiring” In today’s world, “Quiet hiring” is the new method of hiring for many employers. Companies like Google are trying to hire people who work in overdrive, despite the fact that some people want to be on record as working in cruise control. More specifically, Google employs “quiet hiring,” a covert recruiting approach. It...

HR Workflow: Steps for Efficiency

HR workflow steps for efficiency is key to managing an employee’s life cycle as an HR professional. Being in charge of such a great deal of responsibility requires someone who can manage the work efficiently and be organized. HR professionals can effectively manage their daily workflows and see better results for themselves, their employees, and...

Retention Revolution: Turn the Great Resignation into A Success

  RETENTION REVOLUTION   With the employee retention revolution happening a majority of businesses in every state have been affected by the Great Resignation. Additionally, new-age leaders fail to understand the connection between employee retention and satisfaction – most especially at a time of centralized and decentralized workforces. Through its technology, ThoughtExchange, the only enterprise...

When Should You Conduct an HR Audit?

Is your team performing routine HR audits? HR practices, systems, and policies that are ineffective can be detrimental to your company. If these criteria are not constantly examined, a company may find itself in violation of labor regulations. For example, suffering severe consequences for failing to implement an employee safety program. An HR audit can...

How Do I Know if I am HR Compliant?

  You are well aware of the importance of remaining compliant for the success of your business. While sometimes it’s easier said than done, it’s not always easy to keep up with everything.  Human Resources is the most important aspect of a business. In addition, you must make sure that your employees are taken care...

What Does it Mean to Be HR Compliant?

There have been many companies that have been fined, fined further, canceled their licenses, closed their operations, and had their licenses revoked for noncompliance. Reports show that businesses have lost an average of 4,005,116 US Dollars in revenue due to non-compliance. So, what does compliance actually mean? An organization’s commitment to compliance involves adhering to...

The Four Day Work Week Bill & What It Means

There has been so much chatter lately about the bill that congress is trying to pass for a four-day work week. Now, you may be thinking “Oh, that’s great!”, not necessarily for a lot of people. It’s a very fine line of who’s all for it and who’s all against it.    It’s probably now...

The What, Why and Benefits of Consultative Selling

Consulting selling is a sales technique in which the salesperson acts as a consultant to determine the customer’s needs. Rather than trying to sell a product, consultative selling focuses on establishing a relationship of trust between the salesperson and the customer. Consultants have been referred to as value-added vendors, need-satisfaction sellers, and professional sellers over...

Starting A New Job & When To Ask For Time Off

It’s coming up to summertime and vacations are being requested, but what do you do when you just started a new job? Perhaps you have a yearly summer beach vacation you take with your family and need the time off. You don’t have to abandon your travel plans because you’re a new employee. Here we...

Top Mistakes to Avoid as a New Manager

New managers will always make mistakes. Ownership is not always easy especially for new managers who are now new leaders who will feel the burden of their mistakes. Problems are not so easy to fix because repairs often involve hard work and extra hours. The real way is to avoid mistakes as much as possible....

Why You Should Consider Staff Augmentation Training

Would you consider starting a learning development project without the people you need to finish it? The hiring company benefits from staff augmentation. Employees in-house can continue dealing with the existing workflow without having to change anything.  Staff augmentation allows you to increase the expertise of your learning departments without having to hire full-time employees....

Modern ERP Consulting & Why It’s Valuable

PLANNING, IMPLEMENTATION, MIGRATION   WHAT IS ERP CONSULTING? Accounting, human resources, sales and inventory management are all considered part of enterprise resource planning (ERP), which is a set of integrated and integrated business applications used to manage and automate numerous business functions. Additionally, depending on your ERP choice, you may be able to take advantage...