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.
Diversity is a catalyst for new and better ideas and it helps companies surpass competitors, regardless of the market they serve. To meet this dream, talent acquisition teams are tasked with stepping out of their comfort zone and finding new methods and locations for recruiting potential hires.
A new survey found that employees are more interested in “career pathing and professional growth”—and making more money—than workplace culture, chemistry, and perks.
Did you know that the employee benefits you offer employees can help you find the best new hires?
Yes, you heard it right: millennials value a diverse, collaborative work environment and don’t jump at the first job that offers the most money. When we take a seat at our computers or open our phone browser to start our job search, we have an idea in mind and we will spend hours trying to find the ideal position.
Recruitment and selection is never easy because it invariably involves trusting a new person to join your team and do the job before you know them. Psychometric testing can lessen the guesswork of hiring and onboarding new staff.
Valuing strong ELM at your organization is key to attracting and retaining top talent and supporting the company’s bottom line.
How important is growth in your career?
Moving to a new company and corporate culture is difficult. Can you imagine moving to a new country and a new company?
In the business world, a resourceful job seeker can find jobs in his or her field year-round. Similarly, a smart Human Resources manager can find excellent candidates for company positions year-round. Successful employee recruiting takes strategic thinking, inventive approaches, and an understanding of what will drive the company forward.
We all know that an employee’s first day at a new job can be a little scary—and not just for them, but for employers as well. Not only do you need to teach them a new job with new duties, but you’re trying to help them adjust to an entirely different company culture.
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.