Aug 15
There’s no time like budget time to optimize your recruitment spend.
Asking for money is never fun. That’s probably why so many just resubmit last year’s budget number and hope for the best. Especially if what you’re doing seems to be working out ok. Why rock the boat? Plus, you have a hundred other things on their to do list. Why not just knock this one out? But, how do you know if what’s working ok could be working a whole lot better? What if you only think it’s working ok and your metrics aren’t telling the full story? What if you know that it’s working terribly, but you know that…
Jul 18
Rethinking New Hire Experience | 6 Crucial Questions for Auditing your Onboarding Process
Last time we discussed the three distinct new hire experience events in most organizations: orientation, onboarding, and training. We challenged you to re-think the triad through the lens of integration. In this post, we’re discussing where to start and how to make it happen. The Big 6 Onboarding Audit Questions: 90% of a solution is defining the problem. By clearly defining the problem to solve, the more targeted your solution can be. By asking yourself these 6 questions you’ll be able to understand the big picture behind your onboarding process and discover the precise problems you need to address. How…
Jul 11
Rethinking New Hire Experience | Orientation, Onboarding, Integration
When Onboarding Feels Like Being Thrown Overboard You‘ve probably gone through a formal onboarding program that consists solely of sitting at a desk and being asked to read a handbook. Then you were left to sink or swim based on your own initiative or the skill and enthusiasm of your hiring manager. After this “process,” you likely had a few opinions for HR on how to change the new hire integration program, such as: Information you needed Information you didn’t get What you needed to know at certain points in your development What would’ve made you productive more quickly  What…
Jun 20
Prevent New Hire Turnover
20 Jun, 2018. 0 Comments. Uncategorized. Posted By: Leilani Romer
Maybe it's love Falling in love with a job before you even start is easy. Falling out of love when the ‘rose-tinted glasses’ come off, is just as easy. No matter how much you love what you do, work is work. If the working environment doesn’t live up to expectations, employees can become disillusioned. So how do you, the hiring manager or recruiter prevent new hire turnover from being a problem in the first place? So glad you asked. 1. The Right Tools As with any problem, you want to start with the right tools. In this case, we have…
Jun 13
New Hire Turnover | One of The Most Common Reasons People Leave New Jobs
New Hire Turnover Woes New hire turnover is a serious drain of talent, money, and resources for companies of all sizes. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, a mismatched hire could cost an employer 30% of the employee's first-year earnings with nothing to show for it. Not to mention the sunk costs of onboarding, lost business opportunities and the stress understaffing places on the rest of your team. A new hire mismatch can also be a threat to your brand should a disgruntled review go viral on social media and employment sites. As a hiring manager, you understand that…
May 16
How to Get Your Money’s Worth Out of Sponsored Job Postings
16 May, 2018. 0 Comments. Sponsored Job Posting. Posted By: s2eadmin
Sponsored Job Posting | Start here You’re ready to sponsor a job. There are a million ways to do it and everything you’ve tried hasn’t given you the success you want. Or maybe it's your first time and you don’t know where to begin. You’ve come to the right place. We’ll take you through the steps of creating a sponsored job posting that makes the most of your budget, no matter the size. Step 1: Finding your space Your media strategy will depend on which platform you choose to advertise on. Finding your ‘space’ starts with analyzing your current sources.…
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