The Power of a Positive Workplace Culture — for Full-Timers and Contingent Workers
"Devoting time to your total workforce helps you grow and scale by attracting, developing, and retaining top talent, who are in turn more productive and loyal. When your people — whether internal and full-time or external and project-based — feel valued and supported, they will ardently share your vision and work hard to help your business succeed. More and more, employees and contingent workers alike are looking for positive workplace cultures. People today want to make a positive impact on their companies and their communities. An emphasis on corporate social responsibility, volunteering, and health and well-being is key.
So, where do you start in creating a positive work culture? Well, start by listening to your people. What do they need to succeed in their roles? What do they look for in leadership? how do they want to grow and engage with your company in the future?"
James Lee, COO of SAP
EMPLOYEE REVIEWS ARE AN OPPORTUNITY NOT A OBLIGATION
I know a lot of managers dread the labor and time intensive activity of the Employee Review process but this really is a great opportunity for the organization on many levels!
Questions That Are a NO NO To Ask Candidates During a Interview
Here is a list of questions that a Company can get in trouble for asking a candidate on a interview and some of these are not so obvious.