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4 Best Practices For Your Hiring Process

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Jul 13, 2018 6:35:13 AM

Improving economic indicators, lowering unemployment rates, and a notable surge in business growth and expansion means more hiring. But, for many companies, the hiring process could use some help.

In larger companies, the HR staff is often responsible for a number of the recruiting and hiring functions for new employees. While there are some aspects of these functions that are fairly universal and never really change, there are other aspects that should change or even be added to the process.

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Topics: HR best practices, recruiting and hiring, new hire, employee turnover, workforce management

How To Improve Workforce Management With Employee Reviews

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Jun 21, 2018 3:47:51 PM

Most businesses provide employee performance reviews at least annually. Unfortunately, too many fail to be consistent or default to an impersonal template approach. Yet, strategic performance reviews can be a tool to create a powerful workforce environment.

Everyone wants to know "how they're doing" on their job and in their workplace. Ideally, an employee performance review can provide that assessment. When done well and consistently, reviews can help workers perform better and feel more engaged in their own performance and success. 

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Topics: HR best practices, employee turnover, bonuses, workforce management, performance review

California Employers: The Cost of New Hires 2018

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Dec 22, 2017 9:24:03 AM

Being an employer in California can be a challenging endeavor. One of those challenges is navigating the real costs of finding and bringing on new hires.

In the midst of all the tasks required to recruit, vet, interview and hire new employees it is easy to lose sight of the costs involved. However, being aware of and managing the costs involved in hiring employees is critical.

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Topics: recruiting and hiring, HR management practices, new hire, employee onboarding, employee turnover

What Employee Turnover Really Costs Businesses

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Aug 1, 2017 9:03:00 AM

No business wants to see good employees leave, but what many businesses fail to appreciate is the very real costs associated with employee turnover.

According to the US Department of Labor and Statistics, an employee leaving can cost a business up to 33% of that employee’s total compensation including both salary and benefits.

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Topics: HR best practices, recruiting and hiring, HR management practices, employee lawsuits, employee onboarding, employee turnover

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