Our Top Five Tips for Employers from 2018

January 3rd, 2019

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What did 2018 look like for you as a business in the Dallas area? Did you accomplish your goals? Did you grow throughout the year? And what are you establishing as your goals for 2019? Before we kick off the new year completely, we thought we would take a closer look at our top posts from 2018. What were people reading about or asking about throughout the year that we could help with? Here are the top five tips we provided to employers last year.

1. How to avoid employee burnout.

Employee burnout can be a huge issue and affect not only the individual employees but your entire team. How can you spot it before it becomes a major issue in the workplace? In this post, we take a closer look at the issue and the steps you can take to address it. We include information about how it affects your company and how making it a priority will go a long way to solving the problem.

2. Addressing employee retention.

In June, we asked the question whether or not the biggest problem affecting companies is hiring or retention. We took a closer look at how retention plays a vital role in the health of a company and what happens when it isn’t addressed. We also encourage our clients to work with an agency to help maintain good hiring practices that turn into good retention

3. Asking what their last boss would say.

Interviews are always a challenge, and how do you know if the person you’re talking to would be a good fit for your company? In this post, we take a look at the question, “would your last boss hire you again.” It will give them an opportunity to talk about their success and accomplishments. It may also allow for you to see any potential red flags before making a hiring decision

4. Why do employees look for a new job?

If your employees are leaving your company, it’s important to look at what is causing their exodus. Why do employees leave? In November, we examined 5 possible reasons that your employees are dissatisfied and may begin looking for a new position, including low pay, underappreciation, and lack of advancement

5. Big growth in Texas.

Throughout the year, we took a closer look at the employment trends affecting businesses in Texas as a whole, and especially the Dallas area. In this popular post in October, we broke down some of the reasons the area is booming. Low unemployment rates and multiple growing industries help keep Dallas at the top of the nation’s list of thriving economies.

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