Congratulations! You’ve worked hard for over a decade and graduation is officially behind you. But, now what? It’s time to enter the workforce. As informative as college may be, no college course can truly prepare you for what to expect during the first few months of your first job out of college. What should you do on your first day? Your first week? Or even your first month? Consider these tips to put yourself on the path to success.
When it comes to offering employees a counteroffer, every situation is unique and needs to be addressed subjectively. Sometimes it’s best to extend a counteroffer, and other times, an employer needs to wish the employee well and let them go.
Under the guidance of Hillary Massey of law firm Seyfarth Shaw, and Michelle Roccia, WinterWyman’s EVP of Employee Engagement, we’ve put together an overview of some notable parts of the updated Mass Equal Pay Act.
Workplace culture has become a very important component for employees considering their longevity at an organization. Here are a few suggestions every company should consider to create a workplace that will attract, engage and retain employees.
Hiring managers frequently ask me how they can improve their hiring practices. One of my main suggestions? Sell your company and the role as much as the candidates are selling themselves. If you want to compete for the best talent, here are four things to include in your hiring process.
A new bill being considered in New York City would fine companies who forced employees to check their email, texts, etc. outside of normal work hours. I’m not a fan of government overlords, but I do think it raises some interesting points.
When thinking about your company’s hiring practices, it’s crucial to consider the experience your candidates are having — from start to finish. There will come a time when they share their experiences with the people in their networks, and you want them to have good things to say.