Monday, December 10, 2012

Common Mistakes Employers Make with B.L. Brown with #Giveaway

Welcome to day 2 with B.L. Brown. I'm so excited as we all know how bosses can be, or how we often perceive them. B.L. is sharing some great information today.

Common Mistakes Employers Make When Dealing With Employees

A heavier workload with low compensation is major driver of low employee morale and dysfunctional employer-employee relations. Yet, this is the number one undisputed common mistakes employers make when dealing with employees. When an employee is in low-salary job role with inadequate benefits, there is no reason to stay especially when a better door of opportunity opens.

Poor employee job comparability is a major mishap in organizations internationally. It is a major driver of unsuccessful organization outcomes. There is no benefit in hiring an employee in a position in which they lack the vital skills to perform. Applicants may look great on paper, but if they cannot perform to the level of their credentials, then they are of little value to an organization’s success. An employee’s ability to perform is what should ultimately decide their fate within an organization. Establishing the necessary credentials and measuring applicants against them is core in the selection of new employees. These primary components are so important and often omitted from the hiring and probationary period process.

The employer is responsible for creating an environment that empowers employees and sparks creativity. It is vital to develop a structure hiring processes, selecting the right candidates for job roles is core. Another common mistakes employer’s make when dealing with employees is lack of training. To many employers fail to provide a training manual to new employees. Instructional as well as hands-on training is key. Employers should provide key trainers, from within the organization for new employees. The training process is critical to the organization, hiring manager, new employee, team, and department. All new hires should be evaluated and properly transitioned into their new role. Each employee must be given the tools and necessary organizational support from other staff members.

These core organizational puzzle pieces fail to exist in many organizations. Why hire new employees if you are not going to provide them with tools to succeed? Employees need to feel valued by their managers. It entails engaging, acknowledging, recognizing, supporting, and spending the valuable time necessary in making new employees feel that they belong from the moment they arrive for work. 

Book Genre: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Angels & Spirit Guides / Business & Economics
Publisher: Outskirts PressRelease Date: August 18, 2011

Book Title: Halo-Orangees employer-employee “one accord” Volume I One Mind, One Body, One Team

Book Blurb
Is your work environment infected with the dysfunctional "I" and ME" Team Virus? "I" and "Me" are the driving forces behind dysfunctional organizational employer-employee relationships.
This book embodies the message that all human beings have a purpose and can rise above any situation or circumstance as long as they remain ethically true to themselves.
As you journey through this book, you will experience a multiplicity of real life work encounters such as, "A manager espoused her opinion that lower-paid employees should serve higher-paid employees". In this encounter, the manager also stated, "higher-salaried staff members are not paid to clean coffee pots" (Excerpt~ B.L. Brown). Halo-Orangees book is a movement with encouraging straightforwardness; Author B.L. Brown confronts real-life workplace issues occurring in organizations world-wide (negativity, drama, power struggles, backstabbing, and endless gossip). The Introduction is entitled, "Don't Allow Anyone to Confine You to a Box, Disabling Your Growth".
Halo-Orangees is a nonexclusive on the job survival manual, mindset enhancer, and stress reliever for both employers and employees. This book will change your life both personally and professionally.
Don’t ever allow anyone to attack your self-esteem, kill your passion, or tell you that someone else is more worthy than you” (Excerpt ~B.L. Brown).
You are the only one who defines you, so don’t ever allow anyone to tell you who you are, or that you are not good enough” (Excerpt ~B.L. Brown).
Excerpt Quotes
Your life purpose is to take the totality of your negative experiences, roll them up into one, and use them positively to lay the foundation for your destiny” (Excerpt~ B.L. Brown).

Don’t ever allow anyone to break your spirit of peace, control your mood, or suppress your workforce existence, making your tenure in the organization a horrible experience” (Excerpt~ B.L. Brown).

Websites: For more information, please visit the author’s corporate website:

B.L. Brown is the CEO and Founder of Halo-Orangees', international online job board ( Halo-Orangees’ international job board delivers candidates on time and under budget. Employers can post jobs and search resume database. 

Jobseekers can post resumes and search jobs for free. The genesis of Halo-Orangees Brand: Helping Advocate Longevity of Organizations by Obtaining Objectives through Redefining Above-Board New Generational Guidelines for Employer Employee Standards was inspired, developed, and birthed from her reaction to an unethical manager with whom she had the pleasure of working for and whose style of supervision made her stronger.

In a one-on-one meeting with this executive director, he made the statement that another employee, who held the same title as B.L. Brown, was better than she was. In response, B.L. Brown informed him that this employee was not better than her nor was she better than the employee. From that one statement, she instantly realized her true purpose in life. "Best negative words spoken into my life thus far" (Excerpt~ B.L. Brown). Reckoning her experience with a newfound belief, the foundation of Halo-Orangees emerged.
In 2012 Author B.L. Brown launched Halo-Orangees/h-connect brand, international online dating website The brand is empowering, motivating singles to find their best friend in love.

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BK said...

This was a great post Bridgette, thanks for sharing :)

Teddy Rose said...

Excellent post and so true. There is no reason to stay in a dead end job with low pay and benefits, when there is something better! Are you listening Walmart?

Michelle Cornwell-Jordan said...

This is a Fanatstic post!Its awesome how you tackle such a negelected subject, and quiet possibly with your help, more people can actual look forward to going to work!


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Anonymous said...

I could definitely relate to this in my last position. However, I'm quite happy to be stay-at-home mom and book blogger now because I get quality time with my 2 year old step-daughter!

Unknown said...

I never got a new employee handbook. In fact, I created them before I left. I was the only one to document in detail how to do the work. Yet, I was given lectures for wanting to take off when my child had a field trip or when my father was dying of cancer. It did not matter how many hours I put in. They only saw what they saw as how they could not wring any more out of me.

Unknown said...

If an employer’s overall contribution to the team is 20%, the overall contribution from the team will be 20%. It is unfair for employers to expect employees to give their all when they are not receiving the same from the employer. Author B.L. Brown