HR Best Practices

10 Easy Ways to Reward Your Employees

August 1, 2022 in HR Best Practices

 

Every company wants a happy workforce which can happen when you reward your employees. Offering rewards is just one way to turn those frowns upside down – and one way to motivate employees to do their best work. When it comes to rewarding your employees, compensation, benefits, recognition, and appreciation come into play. Companies often […]

 

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Put Company Values Front and Center to Attract Talent

June 27, 2022 in HR Best Practices

 

What are Company Values? To begin, let’s define what company values are and their importance. Company values (also called corporate values or core values) are the set of guiding principles and fundamental beliefs that help a group of people function together as a team and work toward a common business goal. Furthermore, company values are […]

 

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What You Should Know About Succession Planning

May 9, 2022 in HR Best Practices

 

What is Succession Planning? Succession planning is a business strategy for passing leadership roles on to one or more other employees. This business strategy will ensure that a business is preparing to promote and advance its employees—and not just those who are already at the management or executive levels. Here are questions to ask yourself […]

 

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How Employers Can Benefit from Having Remote Employees

March 14, 2022 in HR Best Practices

 

The benefits of being a remote employee are obvious, but there are also employer benefits from having employees work remotely that aren’t as obvious but are very real. Companies can benefit from flexible and remote work options, just as much as employees benefit from them. Here are five employer benefits from having remote employees:  1. […]

 

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The Great Resignation Continues…

January 17, 2022 in HR Best Practices

 

Demand for Work-life Balance Sends Workers on a Job Hunt Since the pandemic began, it has affected the job market in many ways. For instance, this past year, a unique thing happened as the U.S. started emerging from the pandemic. Instead of workers debating whether they wanted to go back to the office full-time or […]

 

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Has Your Food & Beverage Company Adjusted To The New Remote Workforce Model?

December 6, 2021 in Career and Job Search Tips, HR Best Practices

 

In August 2020, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic quarantine, Kinsa shared a blog about maintaining your company culture while operating with a remote workforce. Well, now it seems that the remote workforce model is here to stay for many disciplines in the food and beverage industry.  Have you made the proper adjustments within […]

 

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How to Handle When An Employee Rescinds a Job Resignation

February 22, 2021 in HR Best Practices

 

When An Employee Retracts Quit Notice Employers might welcome notice of resignation from a troublesome employee as a simple solution to a problem. But what are the ramifications when the employee rescinds a job resignation? In most cases, the better choice will be to reject the rescission and hold the employee to his resignation. Ensuing […]

 

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Illegal Interview Questions: “What is Your Current Salary?”

November 16, 2020 in HR Best Practices

 

Attention Human Resources and Hiring Managers: Before you start preparing interview questions for prospective new hires in the food and beverage industry in the new year, be mindful of specific questions you cannot ask. Did you know, for example, there are many states in which it’s no longer legal to ask a candidate about their […]

 

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