Tag - employee

June 2016

Dress Code of the Employee

How To Address Employee Dress Code

With summer finally upon us, employees may tend to bend the rules on employee dress code during these summer heat waves. Coming to work in shorts and flip-flops may be more comfortable. This is not always ideal for businesses who consistently work with clients or other business professionals. So, how do you address the employee dress code? Below, we explain:   Educate the Employees The easiest way to encourage employees to take the dress code policy seriously is to educate them on...

April 2016

5 Truths of a Toxic Employee

According to the harvardbusinessreview.com, 1 in 20 workers was ultimately terminated for toxic behavior. A toxic employee can be a challenge to identify, but these four habits should help recognize which workers are creating a toxic work environment. An employee who takes meetings off track This person is the one who may attack or argue during a meeting to take the meeting off track. The employee tries to get others involved in their off topic argument during the meeting which...

November 2015

When to Pull a Job Offer Away from a Candidate

According to Crimescreen.com, 51% of employment, education, and/or credential reference checks revealed a difference of information between what the applicant provided and the source reported.  In certain cases, the employer must make the difficult decision to rescind the job offer. Here are a few scenarios, where you should consider rescinding an offer. When a candidate falsifies their resume or company job application. 49% of the 3,100 hiring managers surveyed had caught a job applicant fabricating some part of his/her resume...

Skip to content