Three Time-saving Solutions for HR Managers from KRESS

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As an HR manager, you have plenty on your plate. You’re scrambling to answer phones, finish payroll, manage benefits, and deal with your everyday tasks. On top of this, you also have to order background checks and ensure that applicants are qualified, and depending on the size of your company, this could be sucking hours of your time every week. So why not automate these tasks and make them simple to complete in one, central online ordering system?

 

With KRESS, you ...

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Automated Adverse Action Can Save You Time and Money

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Although adverse action lawsuits rarely happen when compared to the number of job applicants processed each year, these lawsuits seem to have made the headlines over and over again in recent years. Companies often neglect compliance in this key area, and for some businesses this create a lawsuit nightmare and unfair decisions for candidates. The FCRA does not take this neglect lightly.

 

In order to remain compliant with the FCRA, these three steps must be followed when adverse information is found ...

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3 Tips for Preparing Your Business for Natural Disasters

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You never think that a natural disaster will affect your area—until one does. Natural disasters have been devastating in 2017. From fires on the west coast to hurricanes on the Gulf Coast. Our home base here in Houston was left unharmed by Hurricane Harvey in August, but that was not true for some of our employees. Before we knew it, we were back to business as usual in part because we had a plan. That plan gave us guidelines on ...

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Email Still Reigns King of Office Communication

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If you’re one of the many businesses who have rolled out a chat program such as Slack or Yammer, don’t forget your email password just yet. Email isn’t going anywhere. That’s according to Adobe, which recently conducted a survey on how teams communicate in the digital age in their 2017 Email Survey Report.

 

So just how much is email used by America’s workers? Here are the the most interesting stats from the survey:

 

Everyone and Their Momma Uses Email

  • Email is the ...
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How Vendors Can Simplify ExxonMobil Compliance

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So you’re close to winning an ExxonMobil contract. Congratulations! Whether it’s ExxonMobil or another petrochemical giant, your employees who will work under this contract will be required to pass background checks and drug screenings before they are allowed to set foot on the project.

 

Meeting ExxonMobil or other compliance standards can be daunting for employers, especially those who have not gone through the process yet. Refineries have varying requirements that you will need to meet depending on their regulations, but most ...

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5-Minute-Fix: Questions to Ask Yourself to Improve Productivity

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You’re not the only one. You’ve been sitting at your desk all day, and now you’re staring into the abyss of your computer screen. Productivity is at zero. This is when we get off track, and our minds wander to checking Facebook or browsing Amazon.

 

No matter how far off track you are, however, there’s hope! You aren’t doomed to watch cat videos forever. There are factors that you can take control of in just a few minutes to help you ...

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Your Employee Made a Mistake—Here’s What to Do Now

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Even your best employees will make mistakes. It happens, whether they’re star employees or just your average Joes. How management addresses the situation can make all the difference in helping your employee get back on track, and in turn, create a more productive and meaningful team.

Once an employee has made a mistake, whether it’s showing up late repeatedly, not completing a task for a client, or simply cutting corners, you have to act quickly but thoughtfully. These can be sensitive ...

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How HR Managers Can Help Build a Better Workplace

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As a hiring manager, great talent has to go through you before they can make it onto the team. That’s why HR managers can help build a better workplace from the time they onboard talent through a first work anniversary and beyond. Creating a positive office culture isn’t about free food and unlimited vacation. It’s about ensuring that employees know they are respected, valued, and given opportunities to grow.

 

A positive company culture helps foster growth, boost productivity, and most importantly, ...

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