Category: Human Resources

Respect, Listen, Empower, and Be Civil

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Respect, Listen, Empower, Be Civil

re·spect    \ri-ˈspekt\     nouna feeling that someone is important, and should be treated in an appropriate way In the face of conflict and upset, we at Improving Communications have taken time to reflect on what has been happening in our nation, and how we can play a part in making the world a better place … Read On >

       

Communicating Value

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Communicating Value

Communicating Value: The value lies in the benefits that the buyer gets.

Some people may not realize why they buy “things.” Yes, it’s true. They THINK they’re only purchasing a thing, but they’re REALLY buying what the item can do for them.

       

Improving Communications Guide to Working Remotely

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working remotely

At Improving Communications, we know that in today’s climate, you are transitioning a significant portion of your workforce to a virtual environment. Working remotely has become reality for so many people, for your employees.

       

Tips for Conducting a Phone Interview

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Conducting a phone interview.

Phone interviews can be a great method to get knowledge about a candidate before making a decision to get them in for an interview in person.

       

NY State Required Sexual Harassment Training

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Did you know that by October 9, of 2019, New York State employers will be required to implement annual sexual-harassment training for all employees? Sexual harassment training will need to cover, or exceed, the mandated standards that are being established by New York State. Improving Communications is here to partner with you on this important … Read On >

       

Bullying and Microaggressions in the Workplace

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Workplace Bullying is repeated, health-harming mistreatment of one or more persons (the targets) by one or more perpetrators.   It is abusive conduct that is: Threatening, humiliating, or intimidating; Work interference — sabotage — which prevents work from getting done; or Verbal abuse. Workplace Bullying… Is driven by perpetrators’ need to control the targeted individual(s). … Read On >

       

Welcome Mark Fogel

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Welcome Mark Fogel

Improving Communications would like to officially welcome Mark Fogel.   Mark Fogel is best known for his “HR with an Attitude”. His professional background is comprised of multifarious experience, including: CHRO at Leviton Mfg., The Marcum Group, and The Success Academy Charter School Network, as well as co-founding Human Capital 3.0 – a boutique HR advisory firm. … Read On >

       

Conducting a Behavioral Interview

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Behavior Interview

The interview process is where you have the most control over creating your employee roster, so you’ll want to use the process to its best advantage. Behavioral-based interviewing is a technique used by many companies to identify and assess candidates’ skills, attitudes and values. Behavioral interview questions seek to predict candidates’ suitability for roles within your … Read On >

       

How to Network Without Leaving the House

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Networking From Home

The main obstacle to networking is finding the time to do it. Meeting up for after-work happy hours, weekend conferences, or mid-day lunches, may not work with your schedule. If you are looking to maximize your time and effort, while also meeting new people in your industry, you may wish to rethink your on-line resources, … Read On >