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Are You Fully Leveraging Your EFAP?

Are you fully leveraging your EFAP?

Did you know there is a way you can support your employees as they address life’s challenges in a safe, non-judgmental and confidential manner? It’s called an Employee & Family Assistance Program (EFAP) and it is an important component to…

How To Compete When You Can’t Pay Them More

How to Compete When You Can’t Pay Them More

In an ideal world, we’d all have an endless queue of experienced, well-educated, “perfect fit” applicants beating down the door and throwing their resumes in our direction in their desperation to join our teams. In the real world, it’s becoming…

Supporting Employees Through The Tough Stuff

Supporting Employees Through the Tough Stuff

The thought of team members experiencing personal tragedy, loss or difficult life changes isn’t something most of us like to dwell on. Whether it’s the loss of a family member or co-worker, or the death of a well-loved pet, though…

Compensation – When Is It Okay To Ask?

Compensation – When is it Okay to Ask?

By now, you’ve likely heard about the controversy that arose when a SkipTheDishes HR representative cancelled a candidate’s interview after she asked about wages and benefits. The talent acquisition coordinator who had conducted the preliminary interview called off an already-scheduled…

Are You Paying Your Employees Enough?

Are You Paying Your Employees Enough?

Let’s be honest—the majority of employers want to get the best talent for the least amount of money, and every employee wants to be compensated well for their skills. But with all the secrecy surrounding compensation and total rewards, getting…

To Bonus Or Not To Bonus?

To Bonus or Not To Bonus?

That is a question that we get a lot! Christmas brings about the topic of bonuses every year. Should I give a Christmas bonus? What if we haven’t had a good year? Will staff start to expect it each year?…

Show Me The Money!

Show Me The Money!

Paul walks into the boss’s office. “Sir, let me get straight to the point, I know the economy is really down, but I have a couple of companies after me, and I would like to ask for a raise.” After…

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