In this three-part article, California employment attorney Patrick Kitchin describes an economic-based approach to resolving wage and hour cases. His approach to case resolution is designed to conserve a company’s resources and minimize its exposure to future claims. In Part 1 Kitchin describes how employers can identify those cases that are best suited for prompt and confidential settlement.
Organisations want to be able to hire, the right person, first time. A 2010 report predicted the global recruitment market to be worth more than $369 billion by 2014, with much of the expense falling into the hands of business looking to recruit. For this reason, businesses are looking more and more at pre-employment screening.
What if your employer told you that you now have unlimited paid time off. Meaning, if you need to take time, that’s fine and we’ll pay for it. The only condition is that you must continue to meet your deliverables and the company’s expectations for performance. Would that seem like a great deal to you?
Father Time May Have a Say!
Of course, money matters. People have to be able to support their chosen lifestyles; however, it may not be the only way to attract the top talent in your industry. With more people weighing work/life balance, you may be able to lure "A Players" on your team with a few unique "time-saving" benefits that your competitors may have overlooked.