With the school year rapidly approaching and extreme uncertainty surrounding this school year, parents, children, teachers, and businesses are all on edge, and for good reason. The second half of last year's school year was a complete and utter disaster. Parents were forced to make arrangements for their children to remain home, they were forced to be their students' teachers without any guidance, and this upcoming school year is looking to be no different. Employers and empl
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Turning Point HCM has remained huge supporters of adaptability and flexibility in the business model. It became quite clear early on that in order to get through these challenging times, we needed to embrace change. On the business side of things, change came in many different shapes and sizes. One area in which we saw those changes was the recruiting process. Many of the previously effective methods to recruiting are now no longer feasible.
It’s no secret that business models have changed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s also no secret that people have changed because of the pandemic. There is a new level of fear that has come with the rapid and extensive widespread reach of the virus. In the beginning, employees feared losing their jobs, employers feared losing their businesses, everybody feared getting sick. Unfortunately, all of the above did happen for many people and businesses. Now, we are in the pha
Author, Chelsea Lamb has spent the last eight years honing her tech skills and is the resident tech specialist at Business Pop. Her goal is to demystify some of the technical aspects of business ownership. Turning Point HCM is happy to feature her work. Social distancing guidelines have pushed remote work into the mainstream. If this is your first time working from home, you probably have mixed feelings about all of it. For some people, remote work is a dream come true; for o
It is rare to find someone who LOVES recruiting. Many HR professionals understand that it is part of their job, and they may be great at it, but that doesn’t mean they have to like it. If you are a business owner with a small, or non-existent HR department, and you handle those tasks on your own, you probably HATE recruiting. It’s time consuming and pulls you away from other areas of your business that you are more suited for. It’s repetitive, seeing what may feel like the sa
It is starting to feel like old news now, but the state of the business world has completely changed. We can’t stress this enough - the business plans and strategies for 2020 have been thrown out the window and we are left to figure out how to be successful in this new world. While some of us may be finding our place in this new environment, others are still feeling the painful effects of COVID-19. Many businesses will be going through phases of restructuring their workforce.