Posts Tagged‘employees’

Why Employers Should Be Considering Education Verification During Hiring

Bringing on new hires can be both time-consuming and stressful. It is tempting to rush the process and quickly fill a vacant spot on your team. However, when the hiring process is rushed it can sometimes mean that important details are overlooked. Ensuring that your potential new employees are qualified is essential to long-term success. Verifying basic qualifications like education may seem like a hassle right now, but if you rush over these important details it could cost you lots of precious time in the future. Why Are Education Requirements Important? When a job qualification contains a minimum level of…

How Happy Employees Leads to More Revenue

If you walk into any business in any town on the planet Earth, you can pretty much immediately tell whether the employees are happy or not, just based on body language. But did you know that you can also tell how profitable the business is? More and more studies are showing that the happier employees are, the more profitable the business is. Let’s discuss how you can keep happier employees, and create more profit for your business.  Get Your Employees Engaged When you think about employees’ level of engagement in the context of their happiness, we often picture an overworked…

How To Improve Employee Experience

Every successful business person will tell you that employees are the lifeblood of their organization. The employee experience will affect every aspect of your operations, impacting your customer relations, your bottom line, and your productivity rates. The term “employee experience” refers to every interaction your employees have with your business, from the moment they submit an application to the day they leave your organization. There are many ways to improve the employee experience to ensure that your company has the happiest, healthiest, and most engaged employees. Create a Company Culture Your company’s culture, values, and principles should guide every interaction an…

How to Prevent Employee Theft

When you recruit employees for your business, whether personally or via an agency, you expect a certain level of trust.  Most people do not want to think of their employees as disloyal, however it is a sad fact that 33% of all cash and goods theft is committed by staff.  Here are some simple ways in which you can prevent employee theft. Make Background Checks Mandatory When hiring on new staff, make it compulsory for new recruits to allow you to perform a background check.  In fact, nine out of ten employers now require background checks.  You will want to…