After a long process
I have decided that the name for my Startup will be cavnessHR. Coming up with this name was not easy. Even though it is my own last name. As I said in my last blog post, I looked at 1724 possible names over a three month period before I came up with the six names I asked people to vote on for me.
The highest vote getters were InvivoHR . . .
Naming a Startup is not easy or at least not for me
Go to the bottom and click on the link and vote for the name of my Startup.
Selecting a name for your Startup is not easy. Or at least it has not been easy for me. There are just so many rules you should follow. It has to be a name people can easily spell. It has to be something memorable. It has to be a name that will inspire. It . . .
I am starting my own business.
As many of you know, I retired from the Army last year. What you might not know is that as part of my transition I worked for a Startup called MyUnfold. I set up the HR dept, did some Content Blogging and some Business Development. I learned a lot while at MyUnfold and I worked with some great people. . . .
In a quick manner
There are many "official" ways to conduct employee investigations. I will be going over what has worked for me in the past while conducting employee investigations in both the Army and in the business world.
When conducting an employee investigation, you first have to determine what is the purpose. Is it to substantiate or . . .
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Why Veterans are leaving their first job.
According to a Military Times Survey from 2015, 65% of Veterans leave their first civilian job within two years and 44% leave within one year. Well, I am now part of that statistic.
What has been going on with myself
I have had a lot going on in the last few months and I just wanted to provide everyone an update. After retiring from the Army, I took my first “real” job. However, because of various factors, I made the decision that the position was not a good fit for me. So I am now in job search mode all over again.
What’s next: I am looking for . . .
Is their a better method?
Eventually all your employees will leave your company. Some because they are moving on to another phase in their lives. Some because you have decided they no longer meet the performance expectations of the position. Or it is simply time for them to retire.
No matter the reason, you are missing a great opportunity to improve your . . .