Continue to listen and act appropriately and reasonably. Assist new management to be the best at what they can do and remind them that there are people willing to help.
Answered - Material Handler (Former Employee) - Oshkosh, WI
I tend to agree with the first answer. Yet, again you don't want to come on too strong and turn the employee or a future employer off. It's important to talk about the positives of the job and the positives of working for the company
And HR manager is there to help the job seeker to be objective and to the point. He is not there to make the job fun or to allow the potential employee to assume the goals and qualifications of the job is pure fine. He is there to help him to be sustained about his qualifications and how he can use those to promote the goals of the company as well as understand the job description.
Well this is true, jobseekers or employees still don't feel part of the company. The company will always be first Subsequently, teambuilding and support by listening, empathy is a good start to making them feel that they Are a valued part and they have something to gain. People don't leave for money, they leave because they don't feel valued. The only way to do that is by listening to their ideas that will better serve the company. Then they feel valued and happy
Put your employees first, a happy employee does better work. When employees feel like they matter they show up with better attitudes and work harder go above and beyond which in turn makes a company stronger!
Answered - Quality Technician / Inspector (Current Employee) - Orrville, OH
Hire ethical management personnel.
Answered - Welder/Maintenance (Former Employee) - Dodge Center, MN