Category Archives: Personnel

Blog posts from Jason Hanold regarding personnel.

8 Basic talent acquisition tips you can implement

8 Basic talent acquisition tips you can implement

Increasing productivity and improving the competencies of a company depends on a large extent on who makes up the organization. This means that there is a great responsibility in Human Resources departments because properly choosing the company staff will be the cause of many consequences: negative or positive. In this post, you will be able to…

Human Resources advice: The importance of active pauses

Human Resources advice: The importance of active pauses

Periodic breaks have been shown to generate greater creativity and productivity during working hours. Active pauses are physical and mental exercises performed by a worker for a short time during the day in order to revitalize his / her body energy and refresh the mind. Quite contrary to what was commonly thought, periodic breaks generate…

7 types of bad teamwork members

7 types of bad teamwork members

We all know that a good team in our company is fundamental both for the productivity of the business and the working environment. Even for the quality of life of the workers. A good teamwork is a means and an end itself. But far from what we all want, it is often not an easy…

Improving teamwork at your business: the basics

Improving teamwork at your business: the basics

Teamwork is the work done by several individuals where even though all workers play a part, everyone works for a common cause. It’s one of the working conditions that brings more positive influences in workers. It produces very good results as they usually generates excitement and satisfaction, and, in consequence, creates an atmosphere of harmony…

How to lead in a flat organization?

How to lead in a flat organization?

Leadership attitudes should and will vary greatly among the different types of organizations. There are 5 types of organizations: the traditional hierarchy, flatter organizations, flat organizations, flatarchies, and holacratic organizations. The traditional hierarchy consists of a pyramid –like structure that is used for businesses that require linear work. This is, as the name states it,…