Ask Entrepreneur - Human Resources
I would like to be as respectful as possible.
I really need to boost employee morale.
How do I monitor an employee's progress on new projects? I don't want to create conflict.
I own an accounting firm and need several employees to help out during tax season.
This is making me feel very uncomfortable, is it illegal?
The owner of the company is starting to forget things and isn't well-suited to run things any more. I don't want to cause any friction.
We don't have the resources to hire recruiters. Are there any automated software programs that make this easier?
Would it be inappropriate? Is it legal?
I want employees who both fit with our unique culture and are talented. The pool of candidates is enormous and filtering through resumes is painful.
We recently hired a new staffer, however we didn't post publicly that a new position had been created.
I found out that a person applying for employment at my company is a registered sex offender. The nature of my business and our customer base will not allow for for this.
I don't have the funding to continue to pay this employee for forty hours every week. But, we can accomplish all of the administrative functions in twenty hours a week.
One of our staffers is not listening to orders and is bringing a negative attitude to the workplace.
I have a seasonal employee at my landscaping company who doesn't do his work, gets in the way of other workers and instigates conflict. Should I have any concerns about terminating him?
We are a general contracting business and have a job requirements page that details the physical demands of the job.
About ASK ENTREPRENEUR
Ask Entrepreneur is a question-and-answer forum for and by the Entrepreneur.com community. Send in your burning business question, or comment on someone else's now.
Have a Question? Ask Now
Topics (over 1000+ answers)
Today's Most Read