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Why Your Job Descriptions Should Focus On Activities

Here’s how to write a job description that will attract the right candidates. “Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it.” – Greg Anderson Why Focus on Activities? People are hired to perform value-adding activities, says Omer Molad, co-founder and CEO of Vervoe; making hiring about merit rather than background is imperative.  While companies have different approaches to how…

Biggest Employee Relations Trends of 2019

New workplace challenges arise every year.  A lot of technological advancements have made their ways in the workplace since 2017 including microchips in employees and allocating them to expense health and wellness programs.  2019, however is bound to bring a lot more changes.  From the daunting task of welcoming a new generation into the workforce to meticulously understanding how your company collects data about the employees, these are the 3…

Is it Safe to hold a Holiday Party for Employees?

A holiday party is a common way to thank employees for their efforts throughout the year.  However, given the current legal climate, it’s important to plan these events carefully.  As an employer, you may be held legally responsible if an intoxicated employee gets into a car accident on the way home from the event.  Inappropriate employee behavior can result in harassment charges, worker’s compensation claims, and other legal liabilities for…

Office Parties: How to Avoid Disciplinary Actions the Morning After

Office parties are a highlight of the year for many; a chance to socialize, have fun, celebrate achievements, and share food and drink with colleagues. However, they also pose a potential recipe for an HR disaster. Alcohol, over excitement and being outside the office environment can lead to companies facing HR issues afterwards. How can a business plan ahead and minimize the risk of disciplinary actions, and even tribunal claims, the…

How Can I Resolve Interpersonal Communication Problems?

Improving communication involves a multifaceted approach depending on the situation and the people involved.  Given that communication is a two-way process, employers should establish ways for their workforce to communicate with them.  Never assume that you know what your employees are thinking.  Rather: Encourage employees to ask questions in company, small group, and individual meetings. When holding small group meetings, consider mixing employees at all levels to get a variety…