Why You Should Always Be Looking For Employees

Should You Be Looking for Employees When You Are Fully Staffed?

Imagine that you need to fill ten positions. After an exhaustive year of searching (assuming you match the national average) you have filled them all.  Everything is done, right?  Well, not quite, recruitment never really ends.  The average employee stays at an organization for less than three years in the best situation; millennials even less at the start of their career.  Not a problem you think – unless you consider the employees who have already been at your organization for three years or longer. Read more

5 Things Every HR Director Should Know

Recruitment is a never-ending process and finding the right people is only the beginning. Retaining good talent while managing underperformance is all a part of the job.  The larger the organization, the more resources needed to deal with all the moving parts.  No matter the size of the job, there are five things that every human resources director should know:

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eBook: Building Your Company Brand

What is your brand? Your company projects an impression to your audience, whether you are aware of it or not. Your company brand is the perception potential job candidates hold for your company as an employer and should include three main components: your company’s culture, mission and values.

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