New research says employees expect a lot from HR when it comes to employee recruiting and motivation. And if staffers don’t get it? They’re jumping ship — even if they otherwise love their job.
Finding the perfect employee is never easy, but hiring managers and recruiters can get a leg up on the competition by avoiding these common hiring errors.
Bringing relatives of employees onboard is a great idea – until it isn’t.
From time to time, we like to present the real-life successes of HR pros across the country. This one shows how a little ingenuity and the use of social media can resurrect a tired employee referral program.
This could be your company’s pièce de résistance – the perk that sets your company apart from the competition and improves recruiting and retention efforts.
Workforce diversity gets a lot of lip service, not as much action. Now there’s a real incentive for employers to bring on a diverse group of employees: Increased revenues.
With the unemployment rate still sky-high, why are companies having such trouble filling their open jobs?
Are you cranking up your 2011 recruitment strategy? Research says the overall hiring outlook is the strongest it’s been in three years.
Wouldn’t you love to be able to provide the bean counters with an accurate number on what it costs to find — and snag — the best employees? Our friends at SHRM think they’ve come up with a formula.
Forty-one percent of employers are concerned about losing their top talent in 2011 – and they should be.