How Much Should I Pay My Employees?

Employee compensation can be tricky, especially as modern work responsibilities are shifting to rely more on remote duties and less on in-office tasks during the coronavirus pandemic. However, workers are demanding to see better pay and benefits, meaning that companies will need to get comfortable with catering to those demands if they want to stay… Read more »

4 Tips for employee retention and avoiding turnover in 2021

4 Tips for employee retention and avoiding turnover in 2021     By now we know workplaces are facing the threat of a “turnover tsunami” in 2021 – studies show half of workers in the U.S. and Canada plan to look for a new job in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.    To prevent… Read more »

Why 2021 Employee Turnover is Expected to be the Highest on Record

Why 2021 Employee Turnover is Expected to be the Highest on Record After more than a year of tumultuous changes due to the coronavirus pandemic, employee turnover is expected to reach an all-time high in 2021.  A recent survey of workers in North America found that more than half of respondents planned to look for… Read more »

Prepare for 2021 With These Hiring Trends

COVID-19 had a significant impact on the world. Along with fundamentally altering the lives of many for months at a time, the coronavirus also impacted hiring. Many companies couldn’t rely on traditional recruitment approaches during the pandemic. For example, meeting with candidates in person for interviews wasn’t safe, practical, or even allowed in some cases…. Read more »

Be a Champion for Employee Health and Wellness!

Before COVID-19, companies were already working to improve employee health and wellness. Now, during these unprecedented times, those efforts are more critical than ever. Many professionals are struggling due to shelter-in-place orders, school closures, unexpected layoffs, and the stress of the pandemic. Companies with robust employee health and wellness programs have an advantage. Not only… Read more »

Your Employees Are Overwhelmed. Here’s What You Can Do

Many employees are, in a word, overwhelmed. At times, it could be purely due to their workloads. In others, it could be the combined stress of work and managing their personal lives under the shadow of COVID-19. In either case, finding ways to help overwhelmed employees is a must. Without intervention, they may quickly work… Read more »

What Is the Right Way to Handle Sick Employees After COVID-19?

With COVID-19 still being a concern, companies are having to re-examine how they handle sick employees. Past practices regarding attendance or sick leave may not be ideal during a pandemic, particularly since the rate of positive cases is rapidly increasing. To keep their workplace safe, companies need to handle sick employees the proper way. If… Read more »

Join CPS Recruitment’s CEO, Susan Crossett, For United Way of Central New York’s “If I Had Only Known Then…”

Some lessons can only be learned by living through them. Luckily, we have three successful local leaders willing to share their experiences and highlight some of the things they wish they had known earlier in life. Join Women United / United Way of Central New York for “If I Had Only Known Then…” on Tuesday… Read more »

How to Keep Your Best Seasonal Employees Around

As the holiday season approaches, many companies prepare to boost their workforce. Seasonal upswings in demand make bringing in additional employees necessary, at least for a period of a few months. While hiring temporary workers is the go-to approach, keeping them on board can be tricky. Seasonal workers may not have the same inherent sense… Read more »

Now Is a Great Time to Revise Your Workplace Sick Leave Policies

One impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is many companies are taking a close, hard look at their sick leave policies. The situation was unprecedented, and many existing policies weren’t equipped to deal with the uniqueness of the event, requiring significant reworks at a moment’s notice. In fact, New York State recently created new sick leave… Read more »