How To Select The Right HR Software For Your Business
Business 2 Community, September 9th, 2020
You walk into a store pick up the most beautiful pair of shoes and find out later that they don't fit

"Would that be of any use? No! Similarly, when you are looking for an HR and payroll software, you must not get swayed by what looks the best but by what feels the best to use. Don't get swayed by how popular it is, till the time it is not relevant to you, it is of no use.

The reason we are talking about this in this post is that many of the business owners have made this mistake in the past. So, let's look at the right way to select the right HR software for your business optimally!..."

Employee Involvement And How To Make It Work
Business 2 Community, September 8th, 2020
The corporate world has seen a massive shift towards modernization, where organizations have moved from brick and mortar. Digital transformation has been at its peak, and employees have played a crucial role in it

"And to bring the best out of your employees, you must mold them according to the changes and increase employee involvement in organizational activities. This will create a working environment that allows them to upskill and enhance their capabilities, helping them achieve organizational goals and objectives.

In this article, we will guide you through the best practices of incorporating employee involvement in your work culture..."

It's time to fill that vacancy on your team and the pressure is on to find a job candidate who has all the skills and professional experience you need. But can you determine that from just an interview?

"It's possible - if you pose smart queries. Here are 15 of the best questions to ask an interviewee.

1. What do you know about our company, and why do you want to work here?

You'd think with the easy access to information online today, most candidates would do their homework, but that's not always the case. Some applicants may not even know what type of business the company engages in. Ask this interview question and you'll find out quickly who is sincerely interested in working for you - and who isn't..."

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