What does it really cost a company to for a new hire that turns out to not be a good fit? Far more than you may think.
In most organizations, the HR department plays a significant role in the recruiting and hiring of new employees. This is especially true for the regulatory and legal components of the process. However, finding, training and onboarding new hires is a critical endeavor that isn't always done well.
The work of recruiting and hiring new talent can be difficult to do well. In addition, tools and tactics evolve over time as well as HR trends.
In larger companies, HR staff are often responsible for a number of functions including the recruiting and hiring of new employees. While there are many aspects of these functions that are well established and never really change, there are other dynamics that do change or didn't exist previously.
It's that time of year when HR industry experts share what they see as the coming trends for the next year. HR management changes and evolves with technology and demographics.
Every year, the professionals and experts weigh in on what they see as coming or anticiapted trends for the Human Resource profession. Last year saw some of the same trends forecasted and the realities of both the HR industry and business in general reflect these.
In many companies recruiting, hiring, and onboarding of new hires often falls on the HR department. And HR trends in these areas change over time.
One of the challenges for every HR professional is keeping abreast of the myriad of changes and developments in their industry. Along with legislative and labor law issues, these changes include trends in recruiting and hiring new employees, as well as best practices for onboarding a new hire.