Category: Job Description

Here you will find all content related to job roles – from what is required, the demand, the day-to-day grind, salary expectations, and so on.

What is Employee Management & How to Manage Employees Effectively

Employee management is easier said than done. And we all know it. Managing employees is the most challenging part of a manager’s day-to-day responsibilities. However, seeing as employees are crucial to your company’s success, management is something you have to get right. What are the fundamental aspects of employee management? Selection. You have to choose […]

Are You an HR Manager? This is How To Know If Your Organization Needs an Employee App

The ability to communicate with employees simply and easily is one of the foundation stones of productive and efficient work. Organizations always try to tackle the difficulty of reaching the entire staff, synchronizing everyone and getting data from the work-field in a simple, fast and credible manner. In the last 4 years, we saw a […]

What is an Employee Experience Manager? Here’s Why You Need One

No one can easily sum up what employee experience is – ask anyone and you will get a million different answers. In short though, employee experience is when we treat our employees like our customers, in order to give them the best experience in their day-to-day work grind. This is not just a one time […]

What’s An Internal Communications Manager?

In the United States, the internal communications manager position is a very well known position in the organization and is manned while the company is still just starting up, even before recruitment, training and welfare directors. This is a very important position that regards several fields in the organization. In today’s fast-moving working environment, both […]

The Complete HVAC-R Industry Salary Survey for 2018

The future of HVAC-R will be a very exciting (and green) one. Regardless of your job title, HVAC-R is becoming a more technological industry, which requires a new skill set. Wi-fi thermostats are just the beginning. The HVAC tech of tomorrow will still need to know how to connect a mixing valve but they’ll also […]

8 Ways to Optimize Your Employee Shift Scheduling and Avoid Being Another RyanAir

Employee shift scheduling should be a breeze, right?! You don’t want scheduling to take up much of your time but it still does. Your average manager spends 3.14 hours a week making up the employee schedule. Even major brands and large corporations get massive scheduling migraines, and have been known to make million-dollar errors in […]

How to Give Your Employees a Raise Using the FLSA Overtime Rule Amendment

Whatever you might think of the current overtime wage rules in the Fair Labor Standards Act, their impact on the US employment market cannot be ignored. As the market changes, so do regulations. These changes to the policies set by the DOL affect millions of employees and employers nationwide, and ignoring them can get businesses […]

Why You’re not Connecting with Your Deskless and Dispersed Employees

In all honesty, communicating with deskless employees has never been easy to begin with. Technology has done a lot to help but even as our work culture increasingly shifts toward mobility, teleworking, and the freelance economy,  communication challenges have also evolved, multiplied, and become very complex. Not to be over dramatic, a small business can still clear […]

Retail experience personalization for brick and mortar tips

7 Ways Shopping Experience Personalization Can Increase Brick & Mortar Revenue

If you’re an old geezer like me, you might remember the theme song of the 1980s sitcom “Cheers”. It says that “sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name”. When it comes to retail, most clients want just that. According to research, 46 percent of shoppers will buy more from a retailer that […]

How to Choose a Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) Provider? The Ultimate Guide

How to Choose a Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) Provider? The Ultimate Guide

Days spent with position unfilled: 45 Hours spent reviewing 200 resumes: Feels like forever Hours spent re-reviewing the 50 or so you didn’t toss straight in the bin: Too many to count Hours spent setting up interviews with ten semi-finalists: Don’t care anymore as long as they show up Hours spent on interviews: It feels like one long […]

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