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Interviewing Part 5 – After The Hire

Once an employee has accepted your offer, a few steps must take place to ensure your ‘t’s are crossed and your ‘i’s are dotted. First is the hiring documentation, then the orientation process, then setting parameters, and finally training. Hiring Documentation – Documentation is a necessary part of each process. No matter what you think […]

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Interviewing Part 4 – After The Interview

So, the interview is complete. You have (hopefully) chosen one or two potential employees. What now? First, for the applicant(s) you have chosen, you will most likely want to conduct a background screening, drug test, and possibly a credit check. Background Screening / Drug Testing / Credit Checks – After the initial interview process, as […]

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Interviewing Part 3 – Questions To Avoid

According to most state laws, there are a few questions that you must absolutely avoid to keep you and your business out of hot water. Below are some examples. Obviously, you should check with your local and state laws to see if they have additional questions that you should refrain from asking. These are from […]

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How To Ruin A Customer’s Experience

Tips to Ruin a Customer’s Experience is not only hilarious, but oh so true! While this particular article is geared toward teenage employees, this really should adhere to all employees across the board. Without a good customer experience we wouldn’t have customers, or a business for that matter. While this isn’t marketing specific, it does […]

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Interviewing Part 2 – Questions To Ask

In this section we will discuss what to ask an interviewee. Asking the right questions is essential to finding out the right information about the interviewee. Interview Questions to Ask When you are interviewing a potential employee there are a few essential administration questions you should ask: Ask ‘What is your availability?’ Ask for specific […]