Millennial Employees: Changing the Face of Insurance Sales

Everyone seems to be talking about the new generation of millennials and how they are shaping the culture of the U.S., but few understand the far-reaching effect of a new mindset and skillset being brought to the table. A millennial generation is a group of tech-savvy individuals raised around and dependent upon the internet for almost everything. This group sees the world differently from the baby boomers and older generation, and these differences impact how they act and operate within the work environment.…

Latest 5 Trends That Will Shape HR In 2020

2020 is officially right around the corner. With it, we can expect big changes in the world of Human Resources (HR). From filling the demand for new talent to fighting for diversity, there are a lot of changes on the horizon. The good news is that many of these trends are positive things that will drive the industry further into the future of innovation and progress. How will the trends of next year differ from what we’re all experiencing right now?…

How The Retail Industry can Tackle Unemployment

Unemployment is a problem for both the government and the public. For the public, the issue of relying on benefits to cover day-to-day costs can be stressful. Meanwhile, the government has the issue of the public having less expendable income as a result, which then weakens the economy. But for many, trying to get out of unemployment can be difficult for a variety of reasons, from disabilities to high street stores closing in waves. In particular, the threat of unemployment is weighing heavily on retail staff.…

How to Choose The Right Member of Staff to Handle Your Online Presence

For your company, the importance of maintaining a strong online presence is inescapable. According to research published last year and reported by People Management, 70% of jobseekers would resist applying for a position before researching the online reputation of the company offering the role. Furthermore, as 56% of jobseekers would avoid applying to a business lacking an online presence, you can’t simply choose to omit online marketing efforts entirely. Therefore, you need to be careful who you appoint to the role of managing your online endeavours; look for someone who… Has a thorough understanding of your brand What is your brand about?…

How Should Employers Cater for Older Workers

The U.S. jobs had released a report in July 2017, that revealed around 19% of people aged 65+ were working at least working part-time during the second quarter of 2017. This recording of employment to population ratio is the highest it’s been in 55 years. On top of that, the Labor Department’s good employment report has recently records that the number of individuals aged over 85 who are still working is also increasing. If you’re an employer in the US, then there is a very good chance that there’ll be at least one elderly citizen within your workplace.…

Difference in Men and Women’s Pay in The Legal Sector

The problem of inequality in pay seems to finally be gaining some form of address, thanks to the government requirement outlined earlier this year. The requirement meant firms with more than 250 employees had to submit data and publish data relating to their pay differences between men and women working for them. Among the first to impart this data was law firms, according to The Law Society Gazette. did this keenness to show their pay data mean law firms were doing well on this front?…

How to Reduce Costs of Sourcing New Employees

The most valuable resource any company has is its employees. When someone leaves or when the business expands, new people need to come into the fold. In 2016, the average employer spent $4,129 and waited 42 days to fill a position. That is a lot of money, and many employers fail to recognize there are smarter, more efficient ways to go about the recruitment process. Here are a few ways to spend less money hiring new people while still finding great candidates to aid your business.…

By the Book: A Company Policy is More Than Bureaucracy

If you think having a company policy is just a formality, think again. Far from just being a bunch of convoluted statements on paper that no one will read, policies actually set out which practices are acceptable, and which best practices should be followed. In the most basic sense, they tell employees how to act and lend to the overall culture of the workplace. Policies set the tone Some policies include those on smoking and using drugs and alcohol on company property, handling workplace injuries, using social media and personal cellphones.…

How to Keep Your Best Employee Around

Every team has one: the worker who does more and does better than everyone else. Maybe they came in with impeccable credentials; maybe they are hustling hard to prove their worth. Soon enough, that worker is going to realize they can find a better position with better pay somewhere else. Your job is to delay that inevitability and keep this golden employee on the books. But how? How can you stop your worker from seeing someone else’s green grass? The solution is simple: You need to make your grass as green as possible.…

Best Practices for Retaining Good Employees

Good employees are hard to come by, and keeping them in your company can be even more difficult, especially if they’re not inclined to stay under your management in the first place. The secret to keeping good employees is making sure you are good to them, but what exactly can you do to make them want to stay? Here are a few tips that you may want to abide by: 1. Maintain Good Communication You know one of the best ways to tell good employees that you appreciate them?…