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When you look at employee retention rates at your company, how do you fit in compared with others in your field or your geographical area? If you want to know why employees leave, it helps to conduct a proper exit interview to find out the reasons — receiving honest, open feedback can help you change… Read more »

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As an employer in this economy, you know it’s not unusual for candidates to have resumes with work gaps. Unemployment has hit many, and not everyone goes straight from one job to another. However, it helps to do you due diligence in discussing said gaps with candidates. Their resumes, combined with their responses, will give… Read more »

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When looking for a position for yourself, you may think permanent is the way to go — you want something steady, right? But don’t count out the idea of a contract position, either. There are plusses to contract positions that may change your mind. At a time when companies are trying to cut down on… Read more »

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Job candidates know that they need to have a solid online presence and use it well, but what about the employer and the company’s presence on the web? Bear in mind that the Internet face you present to candidates can attract or keep away the candidates you hope to bring in. Read on to learn… Read more »

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Now that the list has narrowed down, the resumes vetted, the questions asked, the pertinent documents signed, and the hands shaken, it’s time to begin the extremely important process of onboarding the newest hire. What can HR do to best acclimate a worker and get him socialized to the inner workings and performance requirements of… Read more »

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Once you have your chosen employees hired and in place, you have two aims: keep them there and encourage them to stay actively involved on the job. If you want to create a base of quality employees around for the long term and continue improving your business, you need to focus on retention and engagement… Read more »

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In your quest to find a new job, you have a number of options to help you with your search. Perhaps you check sites such as Monster or Indeed every day, or you’ve found ones that focus specifically on your field. Maybe you’ve teamed up with your school’s alumni website online to see if anyone in… Read more »

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It’s time to hire someone new — but you have to answer some questions first. What sort of employee do you need — meaning, should you hire someone for a permanent position or do you need someone just for the short term? Do you have the budget/business to hire someone permanently? Is it worth spending… Read more »

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If you want employees to remember the rules and the ropes, it helps to have a tangible document they can get their hands on — or that you can show them — as needed. As a written record of a company’s policies, regulations, legal statements, and general information, an employee handbook can cover a number… Read more »

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As a recruiter or HR employee, you know the basics of how to hire a solid candidate: Look through resumes and cover letters, cull out the ones that best fit your needs or who look the most promising, conduct (at least one) interview. These work well, primarily, in hiring the right person for the job…. Read more »

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