I am a recovering multi-tasker. I spent the first nine years of my career in New York, in an industry where multi-tasking was a highly sought-out skill. And I was incredibly proud of my multi-tasking abilities.
I jumped from task to task, and worked all hours to meet deadlines. I was busy but questionably productive.
Congratulations – you’ve landed an interview for your next payroll or HR position! Now it is time to not only nail the interview but make a great first impression so your interview (and your HR job candidacy) doesn’t get derailed.
It’s become more difficult in a competitive, job-seeker market to find qualified candidates. Introduce additional factors like drug tests and legal medical or recreational marijuana, and HR’s task of hiring just became an even higher mountain to climb.
It’s safe to say that as a society our reliance on email has gotten a bit out of hand. For those of us at Willory, because of our virtual work environment, we use email every day. We recognized that email was becoming a drain on our organization.
How do you avoid hitting a recruiter and hiring manager’s inbox at the wrong time because of a huge stack of applications or your resume being in the “right place at the wrong time?” As experts in HR and payroll recruiting, we’ve found a few tips to help land your next HR or payroll position.
Those of us in HR/payroll never forget about compliance and employee overtime. With that in mind, we can’t forget about the importance of auditing our policies and procedures, while understanding the government’s incentives to self-report violations. The PAID program can save your organization.
A recent article in The Economist put forth the idea that HR was becoming irrelevant as HR technology takes on much of the mundane tasks. This means that when budget cuts are made, it may be easier for the c-suite to see HR personnel as less needed.