Posts from July 2018

When your business started out, it was probably just you striving to make it a success. But after a while your efforts paid off, and now you have a team of people working together to make your business a success. But when you start to bring other people into the business, your company will develop a culture – a way of working and behaving that is unique to your business. Most of the time it’s great, but sometimes company culture can turn bad, tainting the effectiveness, motivation and happiness of your employees, as well as projecting a negative image into the marketplace. It’s not really something any business wants. That’s why it’s important to spot the designs of a bad company culture early, and know how to fix it before the change becomes permanent. 
When you hire a new employee, you might think that signals the end of the hiring process. But you couldn’t be more wrong. You see, the hiring process doesn’t really end until the employee has started, settled into their new job and shown no signs of leaving at the end of their probation period. Instead, once you’ve made the offer and it’s been accepted, you move into the onboarding process. This is the phase where the employee will transition into working for your business. There’s a lot that goes on here, and if you want to make sure you keep that employee for longer than 3 months, you need to have an onboarding plan. If you’re not sure what that should look like, we have a couple of tips for you. 
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