Onboarding and hiring go hand-in-hand. One establishes and runs through policy, regulation and rules, and the other cultivates and develops a relationship with the recently hired employee, making the two a dynamic duo — just like PB&J.
Our VP of Product Development, Chris Lennon, shared wisdom with HR.com about the importance of career paths for employees.Read More at HR.com
Our VP of Product Development, Chris Lennon, contributed to an article for HRZone about identifying core competencies within your business in order to strengthen and streamline the hiring process.Read More at HRZone
We recently contributed an article titled How to Identify the Undead Employees at your Company—And Bring Them Back to Life on CEOWORLD Magazine. We explore the topics of employee engagement and recognition in this article.Read More at CEOWORLD Magazine
We recently contributed an article titled “Has Your Company Prioritized Developing a Talent Pipeline?” on HR.com. We explore the topics of hiring and retention in this article.Read More at HR.com
On-the-job safety is important in every work environment, but construction is a whole other ball game. Workers operate equipment designed to lift tons of supplies. Construction workplaces are noisy and oftentimes exposed to the outdoors.
These are just a few reasons for why onboarding is so important in a...
When it comes to hiring, the stakes are high. A bad hire can cost your company more than $50,000 , while the right hire can increase your company’s performance.
So is it better to hire externally or promote internally? Should managers devote more time to finding external candidates or...
Recruiting a new employee is a time consuming and important process. It’s also an expensive one. HR professionals estimate recruitment can rack up costs equalling between 15% to 30% of a position’s future salary . With the average hiring period lasting 10 to 12 weeks, and possible temporary staff having...
Onboarding is undervalued – and sometimes, misunderstood. Many companies mistake orientation for onboarding. Orientation introduces the employee to the straightforward processes and procedures they need to know. It includes signing employees up for benefits, getting familiar with payroll, receiving company ID, and understanding the paperwork to be filled in in different situations.Read More at The Business Woman Media
No matter how well your company does talent management, there will come a time when a key employee will leave unexpectedly. Whether it’s a temporary absence, because of vacation or illness, or a permanent departure, losing a key employee can be devastating for a department or a company.Read More at HRZone