7 Tips on How Managers Can Improve Employee Communication

Good communication is a central theme in all successful organizations. Whereas in the past employees had to almost fear managers, now it’s a lot different. For example, managers of the past often sat in their offices as a far-away figure, now managers practice open-door policies and they often work side-by-side with other employees. While managers used to make all of ...

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Just-In-Time Cafe Podcast – Featuring IHRIM’s Board Member, Ekta Vyas

Just-In-Time’s featured guest is Ekta Vyas, the director of Human Resources for Stanford Children’s Health / Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford. Tracy and Ekta discuss great tips for transforming Human Resources—and every organization has HR processes that need work. In the News, we’ll let you in on behind-the-scenes prep for our Women in Leadership discussion, “Advocating for Ourselves,” at the ...

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This Is The Tech Every Hospitality HR Manager Needs For Success

Relentless turnover challenges the sanity of even the most composed hotel manager. I would know: after owning two restaurants that employed 70 people at peak times, the constant battle against turnover triggers plenty of stressful memories. We tried offering health insurance and a living wage for BOH employees, but the economic realities of the low-margin restaurant business made this nearly ...

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7 Ways to Improve The Effectiveness of Employee Onboarding

Over half (53%) of employees say they would like their job better if they received more comprehensive training, and formal onboarding programs improve retention by fifty per cent. Therefore, statistics present a compelling case for refining your onboarding procedure. The costs of hiring a new employee are significant, in terms of both time and money. Fortunately, modern HR professionals can ...

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Streamline Your Hiring Process with Predictive Analysis Techniques

In the past, interviewing panels had to make judgment calls about the people they recruited and hired to key positions. Their information was limited. They had the application, which served as an indicator of past performance to review. They also had the candidate’s interview to get a feel for the applicant’s personality. As any negotiation classes will tell you, whenever ...

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