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William Avery & Associates, Inc. is an Executive Search and Labor Relations consulting firm, which has served both the public and non-profit sectors since 1981.
Article | March 23, 2020
How do you quantify the costs and impact of employee programs and HR processes? By using Human Resource metrics. Employing human resource metrics in your business is a great way to measure the progress of your HR actions. It can uncover your business’ strengths as well as its vulnerabilities giving you much-needed information on areas that need focus, improvements, and capitalization. HR metrics are priceless and most modern HR programs can help you seamlessly integrate these into your day to day HR functions.
Article | March 30, 2020
Managing a distributed or remote workforce comes with its fair share of challenges—from onboarding to compliance to engaging employees virtually. Plus, the sudden onset of COVID-19 (also known as Coronavirus) forced many companies to adopt work from home policies before they were ready. Whether your company just started working from home or if your employees are telecommuting veterans, it can’t hurt to brush up on some home office tips.
Article | March 20, 2020
News about the coronavirus is on every news channel and media communication every day. We see a daily tally of countries affected and fatalities incurred. As a result, your employees will probably have a heightened awareness of the outbreak and the risks that they may be exposed to during their travel, which may be causing them to feel concerned and fearful. To help your workforce cope during the crisis, we have compiled eight evidence-based suggestions for you and your employees to consider.
Article | February 11, 2020
2020 may be the year of compliance, but this doesn’t mean you should forget about investing in employees’ professional growth and leadership development. Ditch the boring team-building activities your employees despise, and achieve better results with technology and games! Here are five reasons why using games for leadership training may be a game-changer: With the youngest Millennials are now in their twenties and Gen Z starting to enter the workforce, businesses need to upgrade their processes and programs to meet the expectations of these younger employees.
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