Heather R. Huhman
Career and Workplace Expert; Founder and President, Come Recommended
The day that employee you wish hadn't quit leaves is the best time to begin wooing her back.
Showing genuine appreciation for the people working for you doesn't cost much at all.
Tapping into an employee's inner entrepreneur is transformative for the individual and the enterprise.
Companies struggling to find top talent should look no further than employees' friends and connections.
A recent survey revealed that one in four applicants have exaggerated the truth to get hired.
To keep your office culture from turning toxic you need to take action when it is merely unpleasant.
Research is finding the correlation between engagement and performance is the opposite of what employers want.
Frustrated bosses can be tempted to ban employees from checking their cell phones and Facebook pages. The better move is to make it easier for team members to stay focused.
The Gravity Payments CEO has gone from working class hero to a case study in why no good deed goes unpunished.
When you start communicating with your employees is when you'll stop losing sleep worrying they are disengaged.
Interns have a legal right to take something of value from their experiences. Like a much better chance of getting a real job.
Many companies make themselves unattractive to job seekers, then complain they can't find the talent they need.
The employee you fired isn't going to love you but not hating you on social media is the next best thing.
SnapChat is wildly popular with the young demographic many companies are trying to recruit. That's your first hint for catching their interest.
Younger workers, unsurprisingly, are less likely to demand health insurance than older workers but don't overlook their birthdays.