You’ve spent the time and effort to recruit a great bunch of new hires. One company says your next step should be paying them to leave.
What benefit are more of your competitors going to offer candidates this year?
Having trouble with new employee turnover? One problem might be the things candidates are told during the hiring process.
You know the drill: Make sure new hires’ workstations are ready, and don’t let them wait in the lobby for hours before anyone knows they’re there. But there are other, more common mistakes a lot of managers make on a new hire’s first day.
Christy Hagler wasn’t seeing many job applicants that were a good fit for the company. Here’s how she used the Web to attract the right people.
Many HR departments turn to staffing agencies to help their recruiting efforts. But watch out for these red flags when deciding who to work with:
When candidates find out they didn’t get the job, some want to know why. Should you answer, or just keep quiet?
The word “psychopath” might bring to mind a horror movie killer — but an estimated 1% of all employees qualify as “workplace psychopaths.”
Offering employees time to volunteer can be an effective, low-cost way to improve recruitment and retention. Here are some tips for getting the most out of your program.