Human Resources

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As a leader in today's modern workplace, you have to be prepared to manage hybrid, remote, and in-office employees. The success of a company depends on good management, which includes the ability to accurately measure the effectiveness of employees and make changes as needed. But the traditional ways of measuring an employee's effectiveness don't take into consideration how the workforce has changed since 2020 with the rise of remote work.

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Many years ago, I was working at a recruiting fair with a colleague. We spoke to a student every 30 minutes for nine hours. To say the least, it was exhausting.

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Hiring the right person to do the job is even harder than it sounds. While many companies use their human resources department to hire new employees, for higher-level positions, or in smaller companies, the hiring decision is often made by executives. But sometimes even executives hire the wrong person for the job.

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