When someone doesn’t show up at work one day with no intention of returning, they are classified as having abandoned their job on purpose. It may be due to dissatisfaction or another opportunity waiting for where they could better utilize their talents. Still, either way, it can leave companies in dire straits trying to find replacements quickly when employees don’t notify them beforehand that this will happen, so plans can adequately be made ahead of time.
A requisition describes and documents the qualifications needed by an employee on a particular project, team, or company. It typically includes a list of required skills and the type of employment commitment required, such as full-time or part-time involvement with the organization. The term “requisition” refers to any objective that needs to be fulfilled and not just jobs or positions in general.
Conducting quality reference checks can be a daunting task. Hiring managers have to take their time and energy into consideration when conducting the interviews and how much they get out of it to make the best hiring decision for their company. This entails asking open-ended questions during an interview-style conversation with your references so you can squeeze all the information possible from them before moving on to another one!
If you have an employee who is constantly doing something wrong, you will likely have to write them up at some point. While this can be a bit scary, it doesn’t have to be. You can follow some simple guidelines when writing the report and make sure that it is done by your company’s established policies and procedures. Here are some tips for creating a well-written employee discipline report that will be effective and easy to read.
Terminating employees is a process that no one wants to be involved in. It entails a detailed checklist and careful consideration of the employee’s role within your company, as well as their needs post-termination. This guide will give you all the information necessary for terminating an individual or individuals properly without leaving anything incomplete!
With a written ethical code, a company or other organization articulates its values, principles, and standards of behavior. These codes guide the decisions of management, employees, and others who act for the organization.
VIVAHR will help you get more traction with your jobs by syncing each posting with our network of job boards. We have both free and paid (Boost) job board options. When posting your job on VIVAHR, you’ll have the ability to choose if you’d like your job published to the free job board partners or […]
Zapier 101 – What it is, and how to use it What is Zapier? Zapier is a tool to increase efficiency by connecting multiple apps together through a single location. This tool does not require programming knowledge or find yourself waiting on developers to integrate VIVAHR with common tools you’re already using. Tasks, also […]
BambooHR is one of the most popular HRIS tools for small & medium-sized businesses. It is a tremendous tool to handle employee on-boarding, time-off tracking, employee database records, and HR reporting. The VIVAHR integration makes it easy to manually export candidates from your VIVAHR dashboard and create them as employees in BambooHR. How to setup […]
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