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    Anniversary Performance Review Form

    This Anniversary Performance Review form is used to accurately assess an employee’s strengths, accomplishments, and areas of improvement opportunities, as well as his or her interpersonal dynamics. It lays out short-term and long-term goals. Finally, it is used to help determine the employee’s future career development path. Anniversary Performance Review Date: ______________________________ Name: ______________________________ Position: ______________________________Company: ______________________________Department: ______________________________Date: ______________________________Manager: ______________________________ Manager/Individual ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Employment Application Form

    This Employment Application form is used to capture a prospective employee’s personal and professional information at a glance. It seeks the name, address, type of work desired, previous work experience, military service history, education, and references. It states that the Company may conduct a background investigation,and releases the Company from any liability resulting from such investigation. It also states that there ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rated: +2
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    How to Manage a Global Office

    How to Manage a Global Office
    Undercover Boss has become a new hit show, largely because it demonstrates the value of a basic management principle, first proposed by Peters and Waterman known as “managing by walking around”. But today’s global business world taxes a manager’s ability to apply this principle. Most of us don’t have corporate jets to fly us all over our company but it is ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rate This
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    Reassure Top Performers in Times of Change

    Reassure Top Performers in Times of Change
    I’ve been writing a lot about high potential, high performing employees lately. Although some hate the use of labels, I’ve referred to these employees as “hipos”, “A players”, and even “self-licking lollipops” (ugh!). A lot of managers make the mistake of thinking that during times of change, their top performers would be the least likely to need reassurance. That’s a major ...
    Published almost 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Assure Good Hires with Assessment Tools

    Assure Good Hires with Assessment Tools
    Good hiring correlates directly with organizational success. After all, people are the ones who devise and implement strategy, generate revenue, produce product, serve customers and manage the operation. Hiring the wrong person, one with the wrong skill set, personality, attitude or ethics, can have far-reaching implications. As an HR professional, recruiter or hiring manager, what can you do to improve your ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rated: +7
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    Do We Get Talent Management?

    Do We Get Talent Management?
    So there's good news and not-so-great news about talent management (TM): On the positive side, organizations - especially top performers - recognize that operating in silos restricts their ability to respond quickly to changing business needs. A holistic approach to talent management has become mission-critical. Some organizations have already plunged full speed into integrated TM, but with mixed results. The bottom ...
    Published over 9 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Building a Compelling Employer Brand

    Building a Compelling Employer Brand
    Talented individuals, who have a choice of employers, behave like consumers selecting products, and employer branding is the method by which you attract and acquire them. People have affinities for brands. People who use Apple computers, iPods, and iPhones respond to the brand’s hip image. You feel different driving a BMW than a Hyundai in part because you associate yourself with ...
    Published about 10 years ago | Rated: +2
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    How to Interview Candidates, Part 1: Preparation

    How to Interview Candidates, Part 1: Preparation
    Interviewing has been called an art, and there's no doubt that it calls for insight and creativity. But it's also a science, requiring process, methods, and consistency to produce truly accurate and effective results. Look at it this way: Your art will flourish within the sound framework of a systematic, scientific approach. "Having a preplanned structure ensures you're asking the right ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Are You a Talent Magnet or Talent Poacher?

    Are You a Talent Magnet or Talent Poacher?
    Some companies consider it unethical and bad business practice to recruit out of a competitor’s talent pool. Others disagree, saying that it’s a legitimate and necessary part of doing business. I’m no expert in external recruiting, so I’ll leave that debate to the experts. However, what about the concept of “internal poaching”? What’s wrong with a manager hiring a star performer ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +1
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    How to Interview Candidates, Part 2: The Interview and Beyond

    How to Interview Candidates, Part 2: The Interview and Beyond
    Your preparation for the interview (discussed in "Part 1":http://hrpeople.monster.com/training/articles/26-how-to-interview-candidates-part-1-preparation of this series) has equipped you with a number of questions that will help you get to know and evaluate candidates. But there's plenty more to do before, during and after the interview to ensure your success. Follow these tips: h3. Before the Interview [widget:newscareer_advancement] h4. Put candidates at ease: Interviewing ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rate This
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    How to Interview Candidates, Part 3: Keeping It Legal

    How to Interview Candidates, Part 3: Keeping It Legal
    Fair hiring laws were enacted to give every candidate a fair shake in the interview and selection process. Yet more than 40 years after the first of these guidelines became law, job candidates today still are asked questions that are illegal, insulting, and irrelevant to job performance. The keys to eradicating this kind of behavior are ongoing education and consistent interviewing ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rate This
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    Ten Imperatives for Strategic Sourcing

    Ten Imperatives for Strategic Sourcing
    Great companies maintain their competitive advantage by almost unfailingly “getting the right people on the bus”. The first link in the chain is sourcing. Top sourcing and recruiting professionals implement and even invent “next” practices but they also have a solid grasp on the fundamentals. They are forecasters, strategic planners, savvy marketers, analysts and futurists. A profile of today’s top sourcing ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Managing a Culturally Diverse Staff

    Managing a Culturally Diverse Staff
    According to Census 2000 one out of every four Americans identified themselves as a member of a minority group, up from one in five 10 years ago. This means that workplaces are becoming more culturally diverse, which often requires managers and others to continually rethink the ways they work with people. “Cultural competencies are not something that you can learn in ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Hiring People with Disabilities: The Tax Code Is on Your Side

    Hiring People with Disabilities: The Tax Code Is on Your Side
    Hiring employees with disabilities is a great way to bring diverse perspectives and skill sets into your organization. But how much does it actually cost to bring them on? And what sort of assistance is available to help you? The US Department of Education and Monster Government Solutions are working together to give you a chance to get the facts on ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Disciplinary Action Form

    This Disciplinary Action form is used by an employer to document a warning to an employee for his or her unsatisfactory performance. It details the shortcomings and clearly states consequences for non improvement or recurrence. It is signed by both the employer and the employee being warned. Disciplinary Action Form [gate] Date: ____________________ Name: _________________________________ Dept.: __________________________________ Disciplinary Action: Verbal__Written__Written & ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rate This
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    Older Workers: The Employer Perspective

    Older Workers: The Employer Perspective
    Everything old is new again… or will be, according to labor force projections and enumerated in recent studies by the Center for Retirement Research (CRR) at Boston College. As more and more boomers find it necessary, or desirable, to stay in the paid workforce beyond the traditional retirement age, companies are beginning to wake up to the fact that the days ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Employee Separation Form

    This Employee Separation form is used to document a terminating employee’s name and identification details, reason(s) for terminating, and effective date. It also documents the appointment details of a confidential Exit Interview scheduled with a representative of the Human Resources. It serves as a checklist for termination of other HR and payroll benefits and deductions. Employee Separation Date: __________________ Employee: ______________________________________ ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rate This
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    Linking Selection and Development

    Linking Selection and Development
    Many organizations spend considerable resources collecting information on candidates before making a hiring decision and then discard or permanently file away this information after an employee is hired. But information used for hiring decisions can often be used to accelerate employee development and performance. Selection and development processes typically begin with the same basic action: Gathering information on a person's strengths ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rated: +1
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    Leaders, Watch Out for Blind Spots

    You’re driving down the highway and need to make a lane change into the left lane. You glance at your rear view mirror, side view mirror and look to your left. All is clear, so you put your turn single on, begin to make the change, and all of a sudden, you hear a horn blow. You turn again to the ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +3
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    EEO Self-Identification Form

    This Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Self-Identification form serves to fulfill the governmental recordkeeping and reporting requirements for the administration of civil rights laws and regulations. This is a voluntary self-identification form used to collect confidential gender and ethnic information. All information collected is kept strictly confidential and is completely voluntary. Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Self-Identification Form Qualified applicants are considered for ...
    Published about 11 years ago | Rated: -3

Poll: How do you feel about crying at work?

Poll: How do you feel about crying at work?