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Mel Kleiman is the author is the founder of Humetrics. He helps companies build high-quality, frontline, hourly workforces. Reach him at mkleiman@humetrics.com.

Posts by Mel Kleiman

10 commandments of preshift huddles Posted on 24 May 2018 in the 1017 & Business categories.

It’s been relatively recently that the huddle has made its way from the playing field to the business workplace, but it has proven to be just as effective in settings... Read more»

The power of stay conversations Posted on 25 Apr 2018 in the 0418 & Featured categories.

Although departing employees often will tell you they’re leaving for “more money,” research studies repeatedly confirm the No. 1 reason great employees leave is because of their managers. In HR... Read more»

ABCs of hire tough, manage easy Posted on 22 Jan 2018 in the 0118 categories.

Managers who hire tough know exactly who they’re looking for and refuse to lower their standards. They cover all the bases—from A to Z—and create a win/win situation for the... Read more»

The power of the five firsts Posted on 11 Jul 2017 in the 0717 categories.

First impressions are lasting; hourly employees are not. Before they’ve been on the job six months, more than half of them are gone. Some were probably not a good fit... Read more»

4 interview questions you must ask Posted on 28 Apr 2017 in the 0417 & Featured categories.

Life is all about choices. In every moment, we make choices. Do this or do that. Go here or go there. It’s endless. And every choice produces a logical outcome,... Read more»

10 ways to guarantee your best workers quit Posted on 27 Jan 2017 in the 0117 & Featured categories.

1. Don’t make new hires feel welcome and valued. Employees are most impressionable during the first 60 days on the job. Every bit of information gathered during this time will... Read more»

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