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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Five Tips For Information Security During Layoffs

    A laid off employee is a tremendous threat to the information of a business. Before any pink slips are handed out make sure your information, both paper and electronic, is secure. The news is getting more positive for the economy and it looks like the U.S. is coming out of...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    How To Terminate An Employee Without Facing Lawsuit

    Employers should be careful in terminating a worker to avoid costly lawsuit. Generally, employers can fire anyone unless there is an agreement or contract that states that a worker can only be terminated for certain reasons. Unlike in other countries such as Japan, Canada, Italy and UK which require employers...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Simplify Your Hiring Process: One Less Headache

    Recruiting is a misunderstood art form. For the shortsighted hiring managers out there, the word recruiting brings to mind hours of distraction that could be better spent on their "Real job". One thing the recession has taught us (particularly the mortgage crisis) is that any decision based solely on short...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Performance Appraisal Interview - Not Unlike A Job Interview

    Just as you would prepare for a job interview, preparation is key for ensuring that your performance appraisal process goes well. Your performance review becomes a permanent record in your employee file, both in terms of how you rate yourself as well as your managers' evaluation of whether you've achieved...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Staff Retention: Top 10 Tips

    The 'Job for life' is not a term often used now, but employers need to consider the importance of employee retention as it affects turnover, productivity and the business's long-term success. This paper provides some tips to help you keep your staff. Recruit the right people. It seems a simple...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Time To Terminate An Employee? Rules For Handling The Unpleasant Task

    Documentation is the single most effective defense if a suit is filed. Handwritten notes are fine. There should be specific instances noted in the employee's file concerning performance issues with as many details as possible. Performance reviews that document conversations about areas needing improvement and plans to meet those goals...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    While Others Are Firing, You Should Be Hiring

    In tough economic times, most organizations' first and most predictable reaction is to cut expenses; in today's service economy, the largest expenses are manpower-related. The result is that thousands of talented employees have been released into the marketplace. This increase in talented unemployed workers creates a great opportunity. When others...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Are You Hiring The Best Candidates?

    Now more than at any time in recent history, it is vital that you hire only the best candidates for new positions due to growth, expansion or venturing into new markets, services or products. It's no secret that there are hundreds of thousands of unemployed nationwide. Many of these potential...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Human Resources And Recruiting During The Recession

    Defining a clear human resources strategy is key to long-term success during the current economic downturn. Some companies have to make the difficult decision of who to let go, while others face the daunting task of sifting through a mountain of job applications for any position they have open. For...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Importance Of Retention

    Talented executives are often motivated and attracted by the prospect of personal development as opposed to high compensation. Top talent attracts other top talent - companies with talented executives are more likely to attract other such candidates. It often happens that a company full of top talent will grow faster,...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Employee Handbooks: 5 Pitfalls

    Although Employee Handbooks are a must for most employers, whether they have a binding effect is another story. California presumes the employer-employee relationship is "At-will" (i.e. employers and employees can sever the employment relationship at any time with or without a reason). Yet the reality is that employees can get...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Human Resources And Recruiting During The Recession

    Defining a clear human resources strategy is key to long-term success during the current economic downturn. Some companies have to make the difficult decision of who to let go, while others face the daunting task of sifting through a mountain of job applications for any position they have open. For...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Importance Of Retention

    Talented executives are often motivated and attracted by the prospect of personal development as opposed to high compensation. Top talent attracts other top talent - companies with talented executives are more likely to attract other such candidates. It often happens that a company full of top talent will grow faster,...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Employee Handbooks: 5 Pitfalls

    Although Employee Handbooks are a must for most employers, whether they have a binding effect is another story. California presumes the employer-employee relationship is "At-will" (i.e. employers and employees can sever the employment relationship at any time with or without a reason). Yet the reality is that employees can get...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Time To Terminate An Employee? Rules For Handling The Unpleasant Task

    Documentation is the single most effective defense if a suit is filed. Handwritten notes are fine. There should be specific instances noted in the employee's file concerning performance issues with as many details as possible. Performance reviews that document conversations about areas needing improvement and plans to meet those goals...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Staff Retention: Top 10 Tips

    The 'Job for life' is not a term often used now, but employers need to consider the importance of employee retention as it affects turnover, productivity and the business's long-term success. This paper provides some tips to help you keep your staff. Recruit the right people. It seems a simple...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Performance Appraisal Interview - Not Unlike A Job Interview

    Just as you would prepare for a job interview, preparation is key for ensuring that your performance appraisal process goes well. Your performance review becomes a permanent record in your employee file, both in terms of how you rate yourself as well as your managers' evaluation of whether you've achieved...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    Simplify Your Hiring Process: One Less Headache

    Recruiting is a misunderstood art form. For the shortsighted hiring managers out there, the word recruiting brings to mind hours of distraction that could be better spent on their "Real job". One thing the recession has taught us (particularly the mortgage crisis) is that any decision based solely on short...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // Jul 2009

    How To Terminate An Employee Without Facing Lawsuit

    Employers should be careful in terminating a worker to avoid costly lawsuit. Generally, employers can fire anyone unless there is an agreement or contract that states that a worker can only be terminated for certain reasons. Unlike in other countries such as Japan, Canada, Italy and UK which require employers...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Five Tips For Information Security During Layoffs

    A laid off employee is a tremendous threat to the information of a business. Before any pink slips are handed out make sure your information, both paper and electronic, is secure. The news is getting more positive for the economy and it looks like the U.S. is coming out of...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Are You Hiring The Best Candidates?

    Now more than at any time in recent history, it is vital that you hire only the best candidates for new positions due to growth, expansion or venturing into new markets, services or products. It's no secret that there are hundreds of thousands of unemployed nationwide. Many of these potential...

    Provided By HRResource.com

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    While Others Are Firing, You Should Be Hiring

    In tough economic times, most organizations' first and most predictable reaction is to cut expenses; in today's service economy, the largest expenses are manpower-related. The result is that thousands of talented employees have been released into the marketplace. This increase in talented unemployed workers creates a great opportunity. When others...

    Provided By HRResource.com