Job interviews are stressful for applicants. But they can be just as nerve-wracking when you’re the one conducting the interview, particularly if you’re a first-time manager. Given the high costs of a bad hire, you need to make sure that you get everything right the first time so you don’t have to restart the hiring process. Here are eight job interview tips for new managers.
There are many potential advantages of offering workplace wellness programs to employees. But company leaders need to think carefully about what they include in these initiatives, as well as how they roll out these programs.
No matter what industry you’re in, knowing how to network effectively is valuable for your career. But what if socializing with strangers at big events is outside your comfort zone? How can you network if you prefer your own company to that of others? Being an introvert doesn’t mean you can’t network successfully. Here are six tips to take the stress out of making new connections and building your professional network.
As a manager, making sure your employees can work together is paramount to the success of your projects — and maybe that of your company. But with so many different personalities and work styles, how do you lead them to unite as a group? Here are five worthwhile types of team-building activities for work.
The April jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that U.S. employers added 223,000 jobs last month. This is welcome news after a disappointing March report. With April’s numbers, the U.S. economy has now logged 62 straight months of private-sector job growth, the longest streak on record.