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Job interviews are an important step for employers, not only in hiring, but also in retention. There are several types of interviews, and they all help to create a pipeline of talent for employers.
We thought this was a helpful summary of ways to improve the hiring process. It provides a comprehensive overview of all the ways the hiring process can fall short and be improved.
Candidate feedback—Using recent hires and not hired candidates to assess what is working in your sourcing strategy. Recent hires feedback is helpful in determining what aspects of your organizational brand and culture attracted candidates. Candidates view other recent candidate feedback about your organization as credible, believable, and trustworthy.
Do you need to hire a full-time HR Generalist, or would it be more cost effective to get out sourced HR and recruiting support? Here are some considerations.
Candidate experience is an important factor for job seekers as they evaluate job offers and prospective employers.
Purpose for your organization is one of the key drivers for attracting new talent. Purpose has benefits in terms of the work experience. A study by Northwestern University found when companies had a greater sense of purpose, their employees reported their work was more meaningful.
HR strategies change based on the environment and the needs of the organization they are serving. Since the last 2 to 3 years have been so turbulent and challenging for human resources, we thought you might find the feedback from other HR leaders helpful.
Customer experience management requires understanding customer expectations. In recruitment, like any other services, customer experience can make the difference between satisfaction or true partnership with a recruiting provider. Since recruiting services are based on trusted relationships between an employer and a recruiting provider, one could argue that customer experience is at the heart of recruiting services.
Talent management is a way to impact employee retention. What is talent management? Talent management strategies are designed to attract, develop, retain, and use employees with the necessary skills and aptitude to meet a business current and future needs. ( The definition of talent management has evolved from administrative to what the Society of Human Resource Management calls a continuous organizational practice that includes succession planning, leadership development, retention, and career planning.
Mental health in the workplace is impacted by the pandemic. As a recent article in the Washington post stated, the pandemic was “an unprecedented, protracted collective trauma”. There are many ways the workplace has been impacted by mental health issues. In addition to burnout caused by staffing issues, increased workloads, and less professional support, and