Recruiting Strategies that Companies with Franchisees Should Go For

Franchise Recruiting

Recruiting committed, and motivated talent is a challenge for any company, but it’s more so for franchisors as they face all the common recruitment challenges (suitability, retention and turnover, time, money, etc.) added to the fact that their autonomous branches decisions can affect the whole company, if taken lightly. Recruiting staff for a franchise is a make-or-break for companies; so, you need to know what strategies are available to you, to ensure a positive outcome for you and your fr...

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Starters Guide to HR Dashboards

HR Dashboards

Knowledge is power, but collecting data frantically in every corner of your company isn’t enough to really know what’s happening inside of it. Data is worthless unless you know how to get something out of it. If your company is just starting to integrate technology into its processes, it might be a little overwhelming. But don’t worry, this simple guide will walk you through the basic concepts you need to know when creating your own HR dashboard. Start simple In order to

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Letting Your Employees Set Their Own Salary May Be the Best Business Decision of Your Life

Set your own salary

Living in the 21st century means changing the way you manage your company. 30 years ago, employees didn’t have a say on their compensation so you would never have heard someone complain about their salary. However, a few years ago, pioneering executives from Semco had the “crazy” idea of letting their workers choose a suitable amount for their salary. Although it was not popular at ...

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Practical Guide to Make your Employees Feel Like Family

Workforce like family

Running a company is not easy, but interacting with your team will make it a lot easier for you to deal with the hard work and keep your employees engaged. However, globalization has made "familiarity" challenging, and technology often takes the upper hand on face-to-face interaction. Working more than 40 hours a week means spending as much—if not more—time with your colleagues than with your o...

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