You may be surprised to learn how the tech and product teams at CareerBuilder instantly make changes and add the features our customers need most.
No one should be forced to go into work when they are sick — not only is it bad for the employee’s health and productivity, it’s also bad for the health of everyone around that person. But some employees are going to great lengths to get a free, personal day off work.
Slightly more than a third of workers (35 percent) said they have called in to work sick when they were feeling just fine in the past year.
When workers trust their leaders, good things happen. They feel empowered to give valuable, honest feedback that can help a small business grow. Creativity and willingness to try new things flourish because employees know management has their back. Individual accountability rises as team members follow the lead from above to take responsibility for actions.
Yet less than half of full-time workers trust their boss, according to a 2016 EY study.
For any company, purchasing new software is no small affair. Rather than simply flipping an “on” switch, companies must go through a weeks-long implementation process to learn the software, ensure it is working properly, and meet expectations. We spoke with Brett Kashanitz, Vice President of Engagement & Service at CareerBuilder and an expert in the recruitment technology space, to clear up some burning questions about the implementation process, shed light on the challenges clients run into and discuss CareerBuilder’s own unique approach to implementation.
When your strongest candidate rejects your offer, you experience a flood of emotions, and then you go through the following phases...
As a small business owner with many things going on at any given time, it can be easy to miss signs of dissatisfaction among your employees. But the last thing you need is low morale and high turnover, so it pays to get a pulse on your team. Thoughtful, regular employee engagement surveys can help you do just that.
Instead of asking any old questions, however, select ones that will provide insight on how to make your small business a better place to work.
According to the survey, 68 percent of employers plan to increase salaries for full-time, permanent workers in Q4, with 28 percent anticipating an average pay increase of 5 percent or more.