employee lifecycle Tag

The fear of unemployment most often gets the best of you when you are looking for a job. When the average job opening attracts about 250 resumes and only 2% of those applicants are actually called for an interview, it almost seems impossible to get...

When employees are the most important part of an organization best practices are key to staying on the path for success and in order to remain competitive and drive growth an organization must keep up with the changing organizational management practices. Talent management used to...

Although the initial creation of an employee handbook can be a daunting task, having one (and keeping it updated) brings countless benefits. A strong employee handbook is the key for setting guidelines between an organization and its employees. The employee handbook is a guided pathway...

Employee retention is hard to come by and when employees resign, an exit interview is a common practice performed between the departing employee and the organization. The information gathered during this interview gives invaluable data to decision makers which can prove to be useful in...