Forbes.com’s Dan Schawbel believes millennials will continue to play a pivotal role in the global workplace trends we see next year. In 2015, millennials are set to become the largest percentage of the workforce for the first time. A generation that is vocal about their demand for a better work/life balance have naturally placed a higher value on a flexible and mobile work environment.
by Pete Davis With the economy improving and hiring picking up, the job market is shifting back in favor of the job-seeker. Candidates who two years ago would have been eager to accept virtually any quality offer now have the
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Completing the I-9 form as part of the employment eligibility verification process is something in which most employers are well-versed. Simply put, employers are not allowed to knowingly hire someone who does not have authorization to work in the United States. It’s mandated that the employer confirm a worker’s eligibility, and the I-9 form is the cornerstone of this process.
By hiring the right person the first time around the business will move in a positive direction and will become more successful in the future. Managers and business owners need to be aware of the impact that an employee can have and consider their impact throughout the hiring process.