Temptation to waste company time not only comes in the guise of attractive colleagues – there is a world of distractions coming into the office via the internet that as an employer, you might not even be aware of.
Every employee working at your workplace – from a simple technician to a richly experienced manager expects you to recognize his/her work and appreciate the efforts he/she puts in day after day for the success of your business. Employee recognition and rewarding is a process through which employers or business owners make a conscious effort to reward and award your employees not just to acknowledge their work but also to motivate them to continue with the same passion.
Training your staff is an essential investment in today’s changing and competitive environment. But just sending staff to attend training programs is not enough. You can maximise the impact of your investment by following these key guidelines for management and staff interaction “before”, “during” and “after” the training programme.
Jack-of-all styles? What is your management style? Situational leadership calls for a variety of management styles, depending not only upon your personality, but on the needs of the situation.
Let it Go – One of the shortest phrases in the English language, but surely one of the hardest to implement, especially at work.
I am sure that most of us have worked in environments whereby we were closely observed or controlled by our managers and every single task had to be excessively analysed before being approved. Let’s face it – no one likes to be micromanaged.
“Recruitment is a nightmare!” I heard this phrase from both sides of the story – clients who cannot fill that blessed role which has been open for more than 3 months, and candidates who want to change jobs but cannot seem to find that position which strikes the right balance between seniority and remuneration package.
Of course yes. Recruitment is ever changing nowadays, competition is increasing in Malta and the demand is bigger than the supply with a huge shortfall.
The most valuable assets in any company are its employees. The competition for talent is growing and having employees who feel valued by their employers will help reduce costs and improve productivity.
VacancyCentre was one of the Gold sponsors of the FinanceMalta 11th Annual Conference, which was held on the 16th and 17th May 2018 at the Hilton Conference Centre. This is regarded as Malta’s largest financial services conference and around 550 delegates and guests speakers from 21 countries attending this event held over two days.
VacancyCentre is one of the Gold sponsors of the FinanceMalta 11th Annual Conference, taking place on the 16th and 17th May 2018 at the Hilton Conference Centre. This is regarded as Malta’s largest financial services conferences and is usually attended by over 550 delegates and guests.