Robert Hoeft Robert Hoeft
Robert Hoeft is a marketing assistant at QPS Employment Group.

Hiring in a Jobseekers’ Market

With the unemployment rate dropping over the past few years, candidates have taken back control of the job market. Employers must deal with applicants looking at all their other options ...

Improving Your Company’s Internal Communications

A company’s internal communication plan is crucial to sustain, develop and grow the business. Without a solid line of communication, the goals, values and practices can’t be implemented, ...

Four Ways to Improve the Hiring Process

In today’s market, it can be hard to fulfill all of the hiring needs of your clients. With a limit on the number of workers available, staffing agencies and their clients should put ...

3 Reasons to Rehire Former Employees

A boomerang employee: the term for an employee who returns to a company after leaving for a period of time. In the past, if an employee left, that was the end of the relationship and ...

How to Get More Work Done in Less Time

Time — it’s the ultimate driver in all of our working lives. Whether you have to be somewhere on time or do something that takes time, there never seems to be enough of it to get ...

The Hidden Costs of Overtime

Most employers can figure out the monetary costs associated with overtime. When you’re paying your employees, in most instances, time and a half, it doesn’t take long to add up. ...

How to Handle Losing a Top Employee

At some point, all businesses must deal with losing an important member of their team. While the reasons behind the leaving may differ, the framework of replacing the employee and moving ...

How to Develop Employee Empowerment

Employee empowerment has gained more attention over the last few years than any other issue in management. Unfortunately, most companies treat it as an often mentioned buzzword with ...

3 ways to improve communication in recruiting

The world of recruiting and hiring is built on relationships and communication. Unfortunately, many companies forget that when they begin the search for a new employee. The high level ...
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