Alfred Dual, HR Business Partner at Xenium HR, joins the Human Resources for Small Business podcast to discuss the book The Leader Who Had No Title: A Modern Fable on Real Success in Business and in Life by Robin Sharma.
Are you still engaging in recessionary thinking in a post-recessionary economy? After this period of growth stagnation, it’s time to take a fresh look at some old beliefs to make sure you are making decisions based on facts of today. It may be time to rethink these 3 beliefs and adjust to today’s job market.
PayScale recently released their 2014 Compensation Best Practice Report, which reveals movement in the economy. Companies now seem to be in a position to add new talent to their workforce in order to compete in the marketplace.
The following transcript is from an interview between Brandon Laws and Lacey Halpern on the podcast episode entitled: “Corrective Action and Performance Improvement Plans”
On February 10th, final regulations were set to ensure that applicable employers provide quality, affordable coverage to employees under the Affordable Care Act, which will take effect in January 2015. A streamlined process is expected to follow for further guidance on complying with employer information reporting.
Lacey Halpern, HR Business Partner at Xenium HR, joins the Human Resources for Small Business podcast to discuss how to create and implement corrective action and performance improvement plans.
During this episode, Lacey and Brandon discuss:
The following transcript is from an interview between Brandon Laws and Jan Foster on the podcast episode entitled: “Applicant Tracking Systems – Resume Filters, Job Postings and Employment Branding”
Employees confined to a desk all day may be living a sedentary lifestyle, which has been proven to cause an increased risk for heart disease, high blood pressure and depression. These health risks have gained the attention of employers who now place emphasis on Wellness Programs in the workplace to promote healthy habits for their employees.