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The Future Of AI For Recruiting New Hires

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Sep 14, 2018 12:22:26 PM

Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is the coming wave of technology for HR functions, especially in the realm of hiring. But are organizations ready to fully embrace AI and it's implications?

 

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Topics: recruiting and hiring, hiring trends, new hire, AI, machine learning

New Hire Strategy For HR Managers [Tips]

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Sep 12, 2018 9:47:22 AM

The market for workplace talent changes over time with the ups and downs of the job market and economy. But regardless of what phase the market is in, have an effective hiring strategy is a must.

 

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Topics: HR best practices, recruiting and hiring, hiring trends, new hire, management practices

Employee Retention Can Be More Cost-Effective Than Hiring

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Aug 1, 2018 12:09:03 PM

While it is a fact of business life that employees leave and new hires are needed when businesses grow, it is still far more cost-effective to retain good employees than to bring on new hires.

 

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Topics: recruiting and hiring, new hire, employee turnover, company culture, employee engagement

Be Clear On The Rising Costs Of Employee Turnover

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Jul 19, 2018 8:23:32 PM

Business owners are always striving to keep costs down while looking to generate greater profits. But one of the areas of cost that is often miscalculated is the cost of employee turnover. And it is greater than you think.

According to work management company Wrike, employee turnover is costing U.S. companies over $160 billion a year. And Harvard Business Review notes that high performing employees can deliver up to 400 percent more than the average co-worker. Consequently, the loss of a high performing worker can vastly increase the costs that result from their departure.

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

7 Tips For Better New Hires

Posted by Leslie Ruhland on Jul 17, 2018 1:29:19 PM

Every business must recruit and hire employees, especially when that business is growing. Because hiring employees is such a major investment and risk, smart employers are always looking to improve their approach.

Hiring new employees is a critical part of being a business leader, and it involves much more than simply looking over resumes and conducting interviews. The truth is that hiring good employees can make or break your business.

Recruiting new hires involves risk management, as well, since the investment in time, resources and money can be quite high with each new employee hired. In addition, you have to manage the expectations of the candidates along with that of management and even the prospective employee’s co-workers.

Unfortunately, there are many mistakes and oversights that employers can make that could deter good candidates, or lead to poor hires.

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Topics: recruiting and hiring, hiring trends, new hire, employee turnover, workforce management

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