Employment Enterprises Blog
Imagine if your conference was less than a week away and your staffing agency pulled out of the contract. That was the harsh reality for the Event Planning service that was handling the NBA All-Star Game when it was hosted in Washington, D.C.
If your company is growing quickly and hiring at a rapid pace, then it could be difficult to keep up with all applicable HR laws and regulations. One that affects organizations with 50 or more employees is the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) EEO-1 Report file. Read below for the answers for the Who, What, When, Where and How of this important compliance survey.
Debra Skinner is Temporary Solution’s expert in recruiting staff for higher learning institutions throughout the State of Virginia. Debra has been with the Fredericksburg office for 25 years. She joined the team right after college and over the years, has developed a successful and effective sourcing, interviewing and hiring plan for Universities and Colleges throughout the State. These jobs range from Executive Assistants, all levels of Administrative personnel, Accounting and Finance, Customer Service and Housekeeping/Custodial positions.
Every company has difficult employees and low performers, but it's important for managers to understand how to deal with these workers effectively. If not managed properly, difficult employees undermine the concept of teamwork and negatively impact the whole team. Read on for our tips to deal with difficult employees.
Let's be frank, managing interns can feel like you're a babysitter. Maybe you experienced the issue yourself or heard compliants from Human Resources colleagues. But believe me that the constant questions and the confusion over filling out orientation paperwork could slow down the efficiency of your HR team.
Committing to not only creating, but running an HR compliant internship takes some homework. Take notes on our tips below.
Whether your organization has an established internship program or is creating one from scratch, it’s critical to make sure the program is a win-win for both interns and employers.
But where does this practice of internships come from? Its origins actually aren’t from the corporate offices or the modern economy, but rather from the Middle Ages. Yes, hundreds of years ago, long-term apprenticeships were established to allow a worker to learn a craft from a “master.”