HR / Staffing
Improve staffing selection, performance management, personnel policies, and employee development.
Working from home has become increasingly popular throughout the course of the pandemic. This week, Jeff Kahler shares some ways to be successful while working from home.
The time of paper applications is over. This week, Jeff Kahler discusses navigating a virtual workplace and the best ways companies can now recruit, interview, hire, and train employees.
COVID has been used as an excuse for a lot of things, including punishing employees. This week, Jeff Kahler describes his daughter’s experience with a manager who took out his anger on her.
Employees are leaving their current jobs en masse and hunting for dream jobs. This week, Jeff Kahler breaks down the issues with this new “search for greener pastures” mentality.
What better way to celebrate International Podcast Day than trying new foods and making a game out of it? The clock is counting down.
Studies show nearly 85% of college graduates with an autism spectrum disorder are unemployed. This week, Jeff Kahler asks: “Who?” “What?” and “How to do you bring these diverse assets to your team?”
Anyone can be hired to fill a position and retain a job, but the question is always: will they remain a loyal employee in times of discomfort or adversity?
Whether you like it or not, conflict – and therefore conflict management – is a part of life. This week, Jeff Kahler breaks down the difference between “peacemaking” and “peacekeeping.”
Coaching and Feedback are great buzzwords, but when you stop think about it, aren’t they often a little easier said than done?
This week, Jeff Kahler interviews Joe Rovinsky and Thom Greco, to explore CovidSafe™, the certification behind reopening.
Abuse should never be tolerated in the workplace. Jeff Kahler breaks down the four types of offenders you may run into and how to handle them.
When done well, performance reviews can be incredibly valuable. In this episode, Jeff Kahler shares what does and doesn’t work in a review.
In life and in travel, you must know where you’re headed before you can begin your adventure. The same is true in your career and the careers of your employees.
What’s standing in between a thriving team and constant turnover? And why are managers to blame for this?
Onboarding a new employee is more than hours of boring orientation and filling out forms. What do you show your new hires with the act of onboarding?
How can you avoid last minute negotiations when making a job offer? Can you use your instincts to hire someone? Who else can you rely on during this process?
The quality of an interview can ultimately influence employee retention and turnover rates. Believe it or not, there’s an art to interviewing, and a successful interview will support a culture of convenience.
Your employees are your most valuable asset. The employee recruitment process is the first step in building a team that works together effectively toward your company’s goals.