We’ve noticed a recurring theme when engaging with our clients and interacting with organization leaders; they don’t all agree on the value that HR can provide to their organization, but they all understand the critical importance of recruiting. (For the record, effective HR has a huge positive
impact on companies’ bottom lines.) Throughout these interactions we’ve been puzzled why a function like recruiting, that is so universally accepted as being critical to an organization’s success, has such little focus and is not leveraged like other critical functions. Assessments, recruiting surge support, and/or general enhancements to the recruiting function are almost always reactive and are typically put in place to address deficiencies as opposed to seizing opportunities...
Let’s just say it: hiring is not easy. There is a tremendous amount of work that is involved to ensure you are making the right selection for your organization. In fact, that’s why many of our clients come to us to do full-cycle recruiting and recruitment process improvement audits. I’ll let you in on a […]Read More »
Innovative benefits can strengthen employee engagement at your company by showing employees their organization cares about them as a person and not just as a number. Work-life benefits take into account an employee’s life inside and outside of work and are also a great way to attract potential employees. One of the best ways to […]Read More »
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It’s happening, the last of the millennials are entering the working world in full force. Millennials, otherwise known as Generation Y adults, are those individuals born between 1980 and 2000, and are roughly between the ages of 36 and 16. Employers are beginning to realize they may need to make changes to their business in order to attract these bright new minds, but where do they start?
Picture it: you have just concluded your interview and shaken hands with the ideal candidate who has all of the qualities and qualifications you are looking for in order to fill your open role and you quickly rush back to office to get in contact with your Recruiter to let them know you want to […]Read More »
As a manager, I’m sure you have brought on quite a few new hire employees. Some of these employees, when beginning employment, can “jump right in” and become a part of the team. However, others may take some time to adjust to the new culture. To assist in culture assimilation and the learning of company […]Read More »
You are about to interview for your dream job! The phone screen was a breeze. They hiring team is as excited to meet you, as you are to meet them. Post-interview you’re thinking, ‘It’s in the bag, I nailed it!’ The rapport was there, they asked the right questions and I engaged them with my answers. […]Read More »
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