Saturday, October 08, 2022

Lots of Videos on Finding and Keeping Great Employees

 I am preparing for a webinar on the challenges of finding and keeping good talent in the current environment. Among other things, I did a search through the videos I've already created on the "HR" or hiring processes.

In case you haven't found it yet, I highly encourage you to take a look at my YouTube Channel:

Small Biz Thoughts.

I have almost 850 videos there, including hundreds on SOPs for IT consultants and managed service providers.

Here is a quick list of videos related to finding and keeping great employees. Most are five minutes or less. In all, there's more than four hours of material here. 

Please check these out. And as cliché as it sounds, please like and subscribe.

All feedback welcome!

How to Attract Stupendous Job Candidates

Basic Hiring Process

How to Address Mistakes


Salary vs Hourly

Tracking Time Hourly vs Salary

Comanage Employees and Clients

Effective Evaluations

Evaluations in the Big Picture

Goals and Evaluations

Employee Handbook

Employee Probation Period

Employees Looking for another Job

Hire vs Outsource

Why Hire Outsourced Techs?

Disloyal Employees

Employee Expenses

Employees with Tattoos

Firing or Laying Off Employees

Phone Rules In and Out of Office

Working with People We Like

Health and Retirement Benefits

"Nice" Benefits for Employees

Throwing Subcontractors Under the Bus

When to Give Pay Increases

Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure

Your First Hire - Part 1

Your First Hire - Part 2

Honesty in the Job Market

Technician Roles and Responsibilities

Front Office Responsibilities

Service Manager Roles and Responsibilities

How to Delegate Effectively

Three Rules of Successful Outsourcing

Email Rules for Technicians

Follow Your Own Rules

Dress Codes and Casual Friday

Culture - Every Company Has One

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I hope this is helpful. Please put comments here or below individual videos. I'm happy to engage in any discussions that evolve.


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