Are you are responsible for finding the best people for your company? Do you feel like you don’t always find the right people or that you are always paying a ridiculous amount of money to your temp agency or headhunter? You might be going about it the wrong way… During our Breakfast and Brain Power session […]
Looking for the perfect candidate can be time consuming. Many come into the interview and answer the questions in the same way. So, how do you determine which one is right for you? During this workshop we will discuss what [and maybe more importantly how] to ask the right questions during an interview. What are some […]
Have we all heard about it? The fact that Burger King would like to work with our competitors. (if you were more busy with your stocks, that is ok, here is the link). And I have to admit I am jealous! Wouldn’t it be great if I could work together with all my competitors to […]
When an organization designs their Human Resource Function they are better off with creating two organizations to get the best of the two worlds HR is serving
You didn’t get into business to become an HR expert [and most people don’t]. However, over time things change and you realize that staying on top of all the compliance issues while managing employee engagement seems to be in the way of doing business. Join us for breakfast where we will not only feed your […]
Interviews: no one likes them but we all have to do them… They make you nervous and stress you out for days. Don’t you wish that interviewing for your dream job didn’t have to be so distressful? As a recruiter and interviewer, how about if I give you some tips on how to successfully answer […]
Small Business Human Resources Implementing big company processes into a small organization on a budget A few years ago I became involved with a small, owner-operated construction company that was building our dream home. One day when I was visiting the construction site, Ridgeview Construction Owner Shane Carter, invited me to join him for lunch […]
When it comes to the performance review, managers often make the mistake of cramming it in towards the end of the year. With work piling up to be completed before the holidays, it can be a very stressful time for employees who are now faced with a career review meeting to see if they qualify for bonuses. This means that when it comes to career discussion, you might want to break up the review into meetings that occur at separate times of the year.