Recruitment & Retention Articles

After you've spent resources onboarding your new employees, the true task becomes retaining them. Finding top talent and keeping them around is what makes most growing businesses competitive. New technology and the changing workforce is shifting the age-old processes HR managers have relied on.

Great onboarding programs champion company culture, while giving new hires the tools and resources to navigate their role.

We have all been new hires at some point – and we probably have our own horror stories to tell about induction training.

Effective Onboarding Practices Create Committed, Productive Employees

Why Orientation is Key to Retaining New Employees

In our latest research study on Video and the Candidate Experience, we looked not just at how companies are using video but also at how candidates want to consume and interact with video in the hiring process.

These processes are changing and are facing new changes in 2018. What will the next HR trends for 2018?

A new survey report examines what technology capabilities job candidates expect from a prospective employer’s career site. The iCIMS survey, The Modern Job Seeker, conducted among 500 full-time employed U.S. adults, also includes information on how job seekers are researching companies before applying for a job, as well as the importance of social media and peer referrals to their job search.

Digital Talent Profiles and the Blockchain

What is Blockchain technology and how can it used in HR, talent, and recruiting?

'Culture fit' become a subjective catch-all phrase for some to exclude people in the workplace.

Standard-Edition Virtual Job Tryout Helps Predict On-the-Job Performance and Improve Quality of Hire

In most organizations, feedback for everyone from managers to employees is critical to improvement and success. While some corporate communications tools have improved this process in many cases, many more employees still crave more. How can managers provide crucial feedback to help improve their employees’ work?

Gig workers are an exploding workforce in the U.S. According to the Gig Economy Index, these workers account for 3.7 percent of total GDP — which amounts to more than $711 billion in income this year alone

13 Signs of Inefficient Recruiting

13 Signs of Inefficient Recruiting

Ceridian, a global human capital management technology company, wins a Gold Stevie® Award for Dayforce Onboarding at the second annual Stevie Awards for Great Employers.

HR benefits videos improve the overall employee experience, and not only employee engagement, by providing information quickly and easily to all employees during the onboarding and even the recruiting processes.

In a study performed by Adestra, 82.9% of people check their emails randomly throughout the day. Over a fifth of the participants worry they will look less dedicated than their counterparts if they do not constantly check their emails during the day. What if emails and HR communication videos could decrease stress?

Communication is the cornerstone of the success of any company. The word communication has a Latin origin that means to share, to mix or to unite. For a business to accomplish all three, they must have an effective communication strategy. And part of that strategy in today’s employee communications world, is HR communication videos.

We are living at a time when there are massive changes occurring in the business world, both in how products and services are offered to business and consumer audiences to the definitions of exactly what constitutes a workplace and employees. These changes are already happening in some arenas. What will the US workplace look like, as HR communications videos penetrate the market over the next eight years?

Employee onboarding and hiring is a tricky thing, yet it’s necessary for any business to grow. New employees have to be the right fit and bring the right qualities, but if they do, they can push your business to the next level and foster a corporate culture that lasts and produces happy employees and big-time profits.

Many employers use time clocks to track and document employees’ work time. But what counts as hours worked can often be a point of confusion.

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