Category: Survey

Survey Reveals Companies’ Attitudes toward Employee Screening

In a survey conducted by background check company EmployeeScreenIQ, more than 500 employers were asked about their attitudes and actions regarding a wide range of employee screening issues. The survey also revealed thoughts about resume falsification, how hiring managers view the social media profiles of potential candidates, and how they screen contractors as well as
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Change Mismanagement: Why Your Employees Don’t Like Company Changes

“People are very open-minded about new things, as long as they’re exactly like the old ones.” ~ Charles F. Kettering  Change may be in the air, but it’s not necessarily in your employees’ hearts. Some workers are neither optimistic about – nor confident in – your attempts to alter their working environment. According to a recent
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2 Out of 3 Companies Have Lost Employees Who Didn’t Fit the Company Culture

  In many ways, landing the right employee is similar to playing the popular game show, “Wheel of Fortune.” You’re competing with other contestants (companies) to solve puzzles and win big prizes (employees) while sidestepping those pesky landmines like candidates whose actions can bankrupt your company. You’re also doing more than a fair amount of
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Why Your Satisfied Workers May Be Looking For a New Job

You’re doing everything you can to create an environment in which your employees are engaged and happy. Despite your best efforts, some of your workers may be looking for a new job this year. According to an online CreditDonkey survey of 905 American workers, 66% of employees are satisfied with their current job, yet 44%
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