How to Make Compelling Content to Attract Candidates

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Many companies don’t do enough to make use of the company website as a tool to draw in and recruit talented professionals. If your business is not investing the time and resources into establishing a website with a career section that presents the business as an excellent place to work, skilled job seekers may turn… Read more »

Why Employee Recognition Could Greatly Benefit Your Business

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It’s well-known that identifying and rewarding workers for exceptional work, leads to higher worker satisfaction. It’s also common knowledge that happy workers are crucial to the lasting success of any business. Numerous research studies confirm the more workers enjoy what they do, the harder they work and the less likely they are to leave the… Read more »

Why Employee Recognition Could Greatly Benefit Your Business

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Personnel management is about more than just bringing in good talent. It’s also about keeping the good workers you have satisfied and happy. One approach to boosting employee job satisfaction, and reducing turnover, is to ensure workers are recognized and the value of their contributions is acknowledged. An official worker recognition program can help scale… Read more »

Steps Following an Employees’ Resignation

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Every company has workers resign. Regardless of your company culture, high-profile brand, generous compensation packages or your positive worker relationships, people quit for reasons that are outside your control. No matter the logic behind why workers quit, the following are some suggested methods for organizations to follow when dealing with a worker’s resignation. Accept the… Read more »

Should You Find or Train the Right Employee?

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A shortage of labor is a major challenge facing hiring personnel at many companies right now. A recent Glassdoor poll found 48 percent of hiring managers surveyed said they cannot locate enough qualified applicants to occupy open positions, and 26 percent of survey respondents said this will become a bigger problem in coming months. Facing… Read more »

Interviewing to Vet Top Clerical Candidates

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Clerical workers must be masters of business software, project management, scheduling and communication. Because they must wear so many hats, it’s important to hire the right people for these positions. Below are a few tips for identifying the clerical candidate who will add significant value to your organization. Determining technical skills To determine if a… Read more »

How to Eliminate Skills Gaps in the Workplace

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If one of your finest workers recently left or you have you been seeing diminishing productivity lately, you might have a skills gap in your company. As the workplace becomes increasingly complicated, addressing skills gaps in the workforce is becoming challenging. Therefore, it’s important to address a skills gap as soon it appears. Otherwise, you… Read more »

What Are The Risks of Hiring Temporary Clerical Employees?

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The idea of a “temp” worker has spread far and wide ever since entrepreneur William Russell Kelly opened the first staffing agency for clerical workers in 1946. No doubt, the use temporary clerical employees has become popular because of the numerous benefits it can give to a business. First and foremost, it means being able… Read more »

How Productive Are Each of Your Employees?

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It’s crucial to assess productivity appropriately. Many businesses that want to be more competitive are committing large amounts of money and energy to monitor their productivity. When examining productivity, it is important not to focus solely on wages. High wages become a problem when those being paid a lot of money don’t create enough in… Read more »

Do You Know Your True Cost Per Hire?

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Hiring new employees is a fundamental function for any company. The right talent adds significant value to your company, while the wrong talent can severely damage your bottom line Depending on the role, a hiring effort may need to be highly focused – adding to the degree of difficulty and the cost of hiring for… Read more »