Carol Kardas offers some tips for how to provide an employee with feedback on protecting their reputation.
Carol Kardas offers a blueprint to give feedback which helps you to make the conversation you are about to have, a constructive one.
Carol Kardas shares some thoughts about either shortening the workweek or finding another way to maintain productivity and engagement through choice.
These questions are a great way to start a performance appraisal. The key is to find out what your employees really want to accomplish in their work life.
On March 23, Carol Kardas will be speaking on "Getting the Right Start in HR" at the Connecticut Business & Industry Association's annual HR conference.
1) Introduces employees to the organization’s culture, mission and vision. Fosters a sense of pride Answers questions about policies and procedures 2) Communicates to employees what is expected of them. Clear understanding of their responsibilities Advises employees what the procedures are for various policies. Tells employees who to go to for answers to questions. Communicates [...]
Carol Kardas, SPHR, CCP, SHRM-SCP will discuss the status of the suspended Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime rule and what it means to employers. The seminar “FLSA: Where Are We Now?” is sponsored by the Connecticut Business & Industry Association's HR Council. Kardas is a founding partner of KardasLarson, a statewide human resources consulting firm. She will co-present the seminar with Jonathan [...]
Finding the right employee reward and recognition program(s) can be a challenge if it is not done thoughtfully and correctly communicated. Many decision makers don’t set up such programs because they believe that they cannot afford such a new program at this time. It isn’t about the cost of the program, but the return on [...]
As a co-founder and partner of KardasLarson, Margot Larson was the perpetual pioneer, always reaching outward to capture and embrace the next adventure in shaping better results.
CT Nonprofits selected Carol Kardas to facilitate their human resource roundtable discussion - "How Do You Divide 2% into Meaningful Compensation?".