he ways in which companies do business and manage employees are constantly changing and evolving. Various trends seem to come and go. What about 2016? What type of trends can you expect to become more commonplace this year?
Despite the fact that the majority of the world’s population are women, in many places around the world women still struggle for parity in terms of social, economic, cultural and political status. Even in the US, women still earn less than men who do the same job in many professions.
Have you ever noticed that the worst jobs in the world are those in which nothing ever changes. Workers who go to the same place every day, do the same tasks, work the same days and hours, and leave at the same time are often the most frustrated, bitter and unhappy people within an organization.…
Businesses that were prepared for this kind of disruptive weather event could rely upon their absence management and emergency action plans to keep workers away and stop production, or prepare to keep going through the worst of the winter weather, depending on their requirements.
As the workplace becomes post-industrial, we see bullying becoming a means to exert psychological prowess over co-workers rather than physical intimidation.
To the everyday employee, the department of human resources seems a vague and unnecessary aspect of company protocol. Many see the department as a drain on company funds and a definitive example of grossly misplaced time and effort. However, human resource managers, CEO’s and company owners nationwide would vehemently disagree.
Whether most workers admit it or not, much time wasting occurs at work. From an employer’s perspective, if workers are being paid wages and doing things that are unrelated to their job – such as streaming video or checking their social media accounts – that’s the same as stealing.
Most employers will concede that ambition is an invaluable trait they like to see in employees. Oftentimes, employees who are intent on forwarding their positions in a company or otherwise are hard workers who are eager to be challenged and don’t shy away from additional responsibilities.
Anyone who is running a company or managing a department knows that it’s not an easy job. A good manager has dozens of balls in the air at any given time. He has to deal with supervising and training employees, filling job vacancies, overseeing production and administration, managing costs, and keeping an eye on employee…
The people who love Thanksgiving really love it. They spend the entire month of November preparing for the festivities. They research recipes in cookbooks, at the library, and online. They craft homemade centerpieces and watch cooking shows to learn how to deep fry a turkey or make a turducken.