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Workplace Best Practices
Every workplace is different, and all employees are different. Snelling recognizes this, and we invite you to visit our workplace research section to learn best practices on issues ranging from improving communication to managing the generation gap in the workplace.
At the beginning of every month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) releases an employment data report for the previous month. This report contains a ton of actionable information, if it was not just so hard to understand. Therefore, Snelling is providing this ““cheat sheet” to help you better understand key terms found in this key governmental report.
Many companies hold off using temporary workers because they fear co-employment lawsuits. However, the truth is that hiring a temporary worker through the “right” staffing firm is no more risky than directly hiring an employee. Employers can never completely avoid lawsuits, but they can minimize them ― with the right partnership. Read our article to learn 5 steps you can take to avoid co-employment issues.
Unhappy or dissatisfied employees can drain the energy from your workplace. You might know something is wrong but cannot quite put your finger on it. Read our article to learn 6 key signs to spot an unhappy employee and how to turn the tide.
Employee engagement and job satisfaction are crucial to a business’s success or failure. But how do you measure this? The answer is an employee satisfaction survey. Read our article to learn how to best design an administer them.
How will the provisions found in the ACA influence employer-sponsored health insurance. A recent survey sheds light on that subject. Check out our article to learn more about employers’ plan to continue or discontinue coverage.
Hourly, industrial workers are less likely than any other group of workers to have access to the most common flexible workplace solutions. These workers face distinct scheduling challenges that can alleviated with some unique flexible solutions. Read our article to learn more..
Co-employment is an inherent part of the staffing firm/client relationship. It is not a scary situation; employers simply need to educate themselves on the rules and issues involved. Read our article on co-employment to learn more.
In order to succeed, we all must be able to write, speak and listen effectively. In the workplace, listening is used at least three times as much as speaking, and four to five times as much as reading and writing. Learn more.
For the first time in recorded history, there are four generations in the workforce. Much has been made of this phenomenon in blogs and articles across the Internet, but the topic is much more nuanced than a simple list of generational differences. This article will help you understand all the hype behind the “Generation Gap” and how you can build effective working relationships within one of the most diverse labor pools in history. Learn more.