Finally, a new topic that you can discuss around the water cooler and in the break room. No, not this lovely “spring” weather. No, not Syracuse Basketball and the Final Four. Yes, that’s right, the new and improved I-9 Form...
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services rolled the revised I-9 Employment… Read More »
When you hear the phrase “March Madness” most individuals instantly think of terms including basketball, brackets, and if you live in Central New York...S.U.
However, there may be a new “Madness” to think about this month....Hiring!
In an article just published by the Society for Human Resource Management (www.shrm.org), it was stated… Read More »
There is no need to remind you, as an employer, of how chaotic the closing of 2012 and start of 2013 is for your organization. Between year end financial obligations and tying up any loose ends for your 2012 clients, it can be a very busy time. Unfortunately, with the… Read More »
Lets face it, as business owners, hiring managers or human resource professionals you have all explained a Form -I9 to newly hired employees at least once in your career. For those of you that may need a quick refresher - All U.S. employers must complete and retain an I-9 Form… Read More »
According to a study done in recent years by Bloomberg Businessweek (www.businessweek.com) and a division of the National Retail Federation, more than half of employees who have Internet access at work will shop for holiday gifts from the office. This number increases on the infamous “Cyber Monday”. With this large… Read More »
Employers turn to C.R. Fletcher Associates, Inc. to assist them in finding top-notch employees that will not only assist the company with its growth and success in the future, but also to aid in making sure the future employee will feel connected to the company, the culture and the position.
Many… Read More »
A recent article from Inc.com provides us with an interesting take on the troubles facing employers and companies today. In the article Wharton professor Peter Capelli, author of the new book Why Good People Can’t Get Jobs: The Skills Gap and What Companies Can Do About It, argues that companies… Read More »
The differences between Boomers and Generation X workers is both more simple and complex than one would think.
Or so says research conducted by the University of Illinois and published in the Academy of Management Review in 2010 .
The study found that companies lean toward relying on stereotypes at the expense… Read More »
In a recent survey of employees at various organizations, workers said that they could do more to eat better and be more active at work, and that employers could do more to increase health and wellness in the workplace.
Human resource experts also say that if companies provide the resources for… Read More »
Do you ever feel that work would be pretty dandy if it weren't for, well....your co-workers?
They can be so annoying at times. The gum popping. The Facebook surfing. The messy desks. The gossip. The backstabbing.
If you do sometimes wish your co-workers would just stay home more often than not, you're… Read More »