Do Not Ask Job Candidates These Questions

How old are you?

When did you graduate from high school? College?

Are you married?

Are you gay?

Do you have children? Do you plan on having children? When?

Who will take care of your children when you are at work?

Is English your first language?

What country are you from?

Where were you born? Where were your parents born?

What is your religion?

Do […]

How to Avoid Harassment Lawsuits

First, train your employees and managers and document who received the training and when. Provide real life examples, use quizzes throughout, and allow time for questions.

Remember that harassers are not always men in management. Harassers can be women, non-managers, vendors, suppliers and contractors.

Make sure that employees have multiple avenues to complain … to HR, to […]

How to Ask for A Raise

You have done a great job and clearly excel above your coworkers. Time for a raise, right? Not necessary. According to research, the number one reason for giving a subordinate a raise is not to reward him but to keep him. Retention is why bosses give raises more often than not.

Knowing that, here are a […]

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What’s Your Corporate Culture?

Every organization has a culture. Some are more positive than others. Zappos has become almost as well known for its corporate culture as for the shoes it sells online. Introduction to Zappos starts with a cultural fit interview, which carries half the weight of whether the candidate is hired. New employees are offered $2000 to […]

Our Consultants’ Success is Our Clients’ Success!

When Ramona Adkins, a consultant with The Lindenberger Group, began working for one of our Cherry Hill, New Jersey clients in 2014, the 85-person company had no human resources processes or procedures in place.

Over the past three years, Ramona developed a new hire process, including an electronic onboarding process; a termination process; FMLA policy and […]