Study: Interviews Are Expensive, Ineffective

Study: Interviews Are Expensive, Ineffective

Research suggests that most employers rely most heavily on the least reliable, most expensive step in hiring new employees — interviews. “Studies have shown that interviewing is one of the least accurate steps in the selection process,” said Harris...
The Cost of Downtime, By the Numbers

The Cost of Downtime, By the Numbers

If your business has never experienced a major computer problem, it’s easy to underestimate just how damaging downtime can be. In a survey of small business owners, 65% estimated they would only lose $500 if their company’s network went down for a day. In...
Simple Changes for Big Cost Reductions

Simple Changes for Big Cost Reductions

Looking for cost reductions, a community hospital in a small town in the Midwest turned to its employees. Through a new-idea campaign, the hospital was able to achieve cost reductions of almost $90,000 a year. Simple Campaign, Big Cost Reductions The event was a...