Nov 5th, 2008 by Nick
This really is the greatest place to practice good HR,” Weir says. “I have a group of employees who are in excellent health. They have free housing, free medical care and very good nutrition provided to them. I have no issues with illegal aliens, attendance problems, language barriers or accommodations for disabilities.
In an environment where firing someone–or even allowing them to pack up and go home early–is an impossibility, your recruiting and hiring strategies better be spot on, and you’d better do a darn good job of maintaining employee relations.