A good interview is no guarantee that an applicant’s going to get the job. And often, doing something memorable can actually give you a leg up against the competition. But what these applicants thought would be memorable was actually just downright inappropriate. [Read more...]
Given the chance, these three types of people will destroy your organization, unless you do something about them.
A leading business consultant lists the behaviors that prove your human resources department is hurting your company.
Yes, unemployment is still at near-record levels, but many manufacturing execs say they want to hire more workers, and prospective employees don’t have the necessary skills. [Read more...]
Setting the right tone in a performance review can be tough — especially when the supervisor doesn’t have a lot of experience evaluating workers. [Read more...]
Do you have a moonwalking specialist on staff? It might not be a job requirement for most manufacturing positions, but one worker chose to include it on his resume. Here are some more off-the-wall resume blunders. [Read more...]
Interviews are a great way for employers to really get to know a potential new hire, but this may not always be a good thing for the candidate. [Read more...]
When you have a he-said/she-said situation, three obstacles can prevent you from getting the right evidence to make the right decision.
We’ve listed outrageous interview questions before, and everyone has a story of that interviewer who asked a crazy, out-of-the-blue interview question. Here’s another round of weird questions job-seekers were asked. [Read more...]
In an ideal world, all employees would be able to handle disputes like adults, and all bullies would grow up and learn appropriate social behavior sometime before graduating high school. In the real world, workplace bullying can lead to much larger problems, including on-the-job violence or the loss of top talent. [Read more...]