Employers Adapting to New Work Models as Hiring Plans Remain Unsteady

September 8, 2020 – Employers in the U.S report improved hiring plans for the fourth quarter following the 10 year low reported in Q3, according to the latest “Employment Outlook Survey” released today by ManpowerGroup. Overall hiring intentions improved in 37 of 43 countries since last quarter, though 41 declined year-over-year. Within the U.S., 20 percent…

Onboarding During Covid-19

So—assuming your organization has gone remote—how do you onboard at a distance in the middle of a pandemic? If you’re among the lucky few organizations that are still bringing in new people, read on for some tips on how to tweak your standard onboarding process to adapt it for these times. Before the start date:…

Three Tips for Hiring The Right People

Although it is currently an employer’s job market, that does not mean hiring decisions will come easily. With great power comes great responsibility. There are a lot of what I call “great talent deals” as many candidates now compete for fewer open positions. However, it is imperative that employers do their due diligence to make…

5 Steps To Reopen Your Workplace, According To CDC’s Latest Guidance

  Article Link: https://www.fisherphillips.com/resources-alerts-5-steps-to-reopen-your-workplace-according       The Centers for Disease Controls and Prevention (CDC) just released guidance to assist employers in making decisions regarding reopening during the COVID-19 pandemic. Besides continuing to follow the recommendations issued by state and local health departments when determining the most appropriate actions to take, you should pay particular attention to these…

Going Back to Work While COVID-19 Is Still Spreading

Article Link: https://www.consumerreports.org/coronavirus/going-back-to-work-while-covid-19-is-still-spreading/ By: Laura Entis     Many people in the U.S.—including doctors, nurses, bus drivers, and grocery clerks—have not stopped working throughout the coronavirus pandemic. But among the millions of others who have been furloughed or teleworking for a month or more, some are now being asked to return to work. That’s especially…

5 Tips on Preparing for a Client Presentation

Article Link: https://www.ringcentral.com/blog/tips-to-prepare-for-a-client-presentation/   While many of us conduct a large portion of our daily business using computers and phones, in-person presentations remain an important component to successful selling. It’s still essential for business owners to know how to prepare for face-to-face time with prospective clients. Here are five easy ways to ensure that you’re…

Top 5 Construction Trends Impacting the Industry in 2020

Article Link: https://lpcorp.com/blog/top-5-construction-trends-impacting-the-industry-in-2020 Each year, innovations and issues emerge that impact the construction industry, and this year is no exception. While it’s just the start of the new year, we’ve listed a few of our predictions for areas of focus and attention across the industry in the coming year. If you operate a construction or…

6 Tips To Work From Home Successfully During Lock Down

Article Link: https://www.forbes.com/sites/biancamillercole/2020/03/16/6-tips-to-work-from-home-successfully-during-lock-down/#4c14844d8bd1 By: Bianca Miller Cole   I have been working from home since my first corporate job at Accenture in 2010 so I understand the expectations from a organisational and a personal perspective. But there are some of you out there who have never had to work from home and believe me, there…

Five Steps to a Successful Negotiation

By: Steve Bookbinder Typically, there are five general steps every negotiation process should have: Preparation and Planning Defining the Ground Rules Clarification and Justification Bargaining and Problem Solving Action and Implementation We will briefly expand upon each step and then provide three strategies you can leverage to enhance and personalize this process to your selling…

Five Steps to a Successful Negotiation

  Five Steps to a Successful Negotiation By: Steve Bookbinder Typically, there are five general steps every negotiation process should have: Preparation and Planning Defining the Ground Rules Clarification and Justification Bargaining and Problem Solving Action and Implementation We will briefly expand upon each step and then provide three strategies you can leverage to enhance…

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