Displaying items by tag: HR
Flexible work schedules are slowly becoming the new norm. Ever since the pandemic first started, remote work has become more standard across many industries. While remote work offers several benefits, there are still some drawbacks to keep in mind. Our custom HR solutions to common remote challenges can help you navigate hybrid or remote work so you can stay productive and motivated.
Whether you like it or not, Human Resources is an integral part of your business. Your HR systems carry a lot of weight for your organization and can significantly influence your bottom line. If you want to see your revenue increase quickly and sustainably, you'll need to leverage custom HR solutions for your business.
Owning a business sounds like an idyllic dream to many. You get to be your own boss and control every part of your business. However, owning a small business comes with a lot of challenges that you may struggle with, such as recruitment, workplace policies, and so on. You can successfully and smoothly navigate those obstacles with HR consulting services for small businesses.
Colorado is burning. This year, our state has experienced its three largest wildfires in recorded history, with two of those fires still active as of this writing. Last week, one of the wildfires grew 100,000 acres overnight. Towns were evacuated. National Parks were closed. Houses were lost. People died.
Last week I talked about how to terminate an employee in my blog How To Fire An Employee. This week, I want to cover the logistical steps to take after you have had the termination conversation with the employee.
Many times when managers come to HR professionals and say they want to terminate an employee, HR asks if they have any documentation about the issue. That is typically when management rolls their eyes and grumbles something under their breath about HR being difficult and always saying “no”.
“It’s just a party where our staff can let their hair down! Don’t take it so seriously! The hot tub will be fine.”
Not long ago that was the holiday party sentiment. Companies wanted a festive atmosphere where the employees and management could get together socially and enjoy each other.