Archive for January, 2018
Key to a successful business is having the right talent in the right places, empowered to make your business succeed. Finding and keeping a successful HR executive is key to all human resource staffing success, which in turns determines how everything else in the company related to employees turns out. Yet many companies find themselves struggling in their HR executive search, and some are perpetually disastistifed with any HR executive they do find. While it’s normal to occasionally make a bad hire, something is out of whack if all the hires seem poor.
A recent Robert Half survey found that 36% of executives believed that poor skills matching was to blame for most failed fires, and 30% blamed unclear performance objectives. These answers reveal something important about company self-awareness: that th
When it comes to recruiting and hiring new employees, employers are investing a lot of time and resources into the entire process. From recruiting and interviewing to hiring and training, money and time are used in order to ensure the new employee is able to be productive within the company. However, if a new hire does not work out, a company loses that money and wastes valuable resources. Because of that, recruiting methods are constantly changing in order to try to minimize the risk of a new hire not working out. This article is going to discuss a few recruiting trends experts expect to see this year.
One major trend is going to involve rewording job postings. Federal agencies are going to be looking for job ads containing discriminatory language. Additionally, they will be limiting factors em