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Ethics in the workplace is defined as the moral code that guides the behavior of employees with respect to what is right and wrong, and to what is good and bad, in regard to conduct and decision making. Ethical decision making in the workplace takes into account the individual employee’s best interest and also takes into account the best interest of those impacted.
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The first stage of employment is new hire onboarding, and it is vital for the employee, as it sets the stage for his or her employment with the company, and it’s proven that effective onboarding leads to increased engagement and retention.
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The November Jobs Report continued to deliver good news for the economy and escalate difficult conditions for employers as the Unemployment Rate remained at 4.1%, a historic low, hourly wages increased by five cents, a 2.5% year-to-date increase, and key industries added less jobs than prior year, a shortage blamed on a lack of qualified workers.
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Ponderable from the Desk of Dr. Mahan: Last night, Danny Nelms, president of Work Institute, asked me to write a blog on sexual harassment. He asked me to do so because of my work counseling troubling and troubled managers.
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It’s often introduced with a lot of hype and is frequently met with some employee cynicism. It’s the annual employee survey. With good intentions, it’s common practice for organizations to ask employees for feedback one time per year. And it’s this – this once a year employee survey – that is a problem and can create employee uncertainty.
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Categories: Recruitment, Onboarding, Engagement, Exit Interviews, Retention | Tags: | View Count: (1928)
The recruitment and selection process is important because it determines the quality of talent within the organization and creates the first impression for new employees. Furthermore, in an employee-in-control marketplace, attracting quality talent is increasingly difficult.
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