July 16th, 2015

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How much do your employees know about your company? While you most likely included a company history or manual with each new hire’s training packet, chances are slim that they actually read it—let alone remember the information. But knowledge of the organization’s history, goals and external connections sets employees up for success and ultimately improves the bottom line.

Company history is an essential foundation of company knowledge, but goal alignment is a key process that allows…

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July 16th, 2015

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Want to prevent hiring headaches and maximize success when hiring new employees? Use external people, processes and firms. Hiring with fresh eyes provides an outside perspective that will open up your organization and hiring initiatives to innovative ideas, critical thinking and cross-functional involvement.

Outsourcing your hiring efforts gives you access to expertise and professional knowledge unavailable in-house, meaning you can save time by avoiding inexperienced prospects and better…

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July 16th, 2015

A consistent practice among many companies, annual reviews can be dreadful, inconsistent and meaningless for both the employer and employee. More than three-quarters (77%) of organizations conduct annual performance reviews, according to the Society for Human Resource Management/Globoforce Survey: Employee Recognition Programs. But when was the last time you updated yours?

To start, consider switching up the time of year annual reviews are performed. Many tend to fall during project-heavy or…

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July 16th, 2015

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Business owners and CEOs are often removed from the daily operations of their company and employees—a disservice to them as high-level decision makers and mentors. While annual performance reviews remain a valid form of measurement, informal and seasonal lunches provide a laid-back conversation where both sides of the table can benefit from understanding each other’s concerns, triumphs and goals. Here are five reasons why executives should take the time every season to eat lunch with their…

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July 16th, 2015

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If your company hires summer or seasonal employees, you understand the aches, pains and benefits of the process. Summer hires require a specialized recruiting, hiring and training strategy due to the short-term and low-intensity work. HRinMotion, LLC is here to help you throughout the process.

Hiring: Start early and begin with clear job descriptions that align with your organization’s mission. Because you’re competing with numerous other seasonal opportunities, start with previous…

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