Recruiting & Hiring

  • How to Write a Job Description: Using a Job Analysis as the Foundation

    A job description can be used for a number of company initiatives; however, one must know how to write a job description effectively for it to be beneficial. This article identifies how to write a job description by explaining the job analysis process...
    By N. Plowman May 20, 2011 

  • What You Need to Know About Business Hiring Process

    Hiring top talent has assumed critical importance for businesses as the present business environment marked by free flow of information and easy availability of technology elevates human resources as a major source of competitive advantage. Read on for...
    By N Nayab May 20, 2011 

  • How to Calculate New Hire Pay: Tips and Suggestions

    In a fiercely competitive business environment where human resources have become the major source of competitive advantage, offering the correct pay becomes a critical business function on which success depends. Read on to find out how to calculate new...
    By N Nayab May 19, 2011 


  • 10 Tips for Writing Great Job Descriptions

    Writing great job descriptions seems easy, right? Often, it can be more involved than you think--especially if you want to cover all the aspects of the job to obtain some great candidates. Learn here the top 10 tips for writing job descriptions that...
    By Jean Scheid May 18, 2011 

  • Need a Profit Sharing Agreement? Find a Free One Here!

    Competitive pressures making pay for performance and pay for results commonplace has increased the popularity of profit sharing in compensation plans. Here, the Bright Hub Media Gallery provides a free template for companies to execute profit sharing...
    By N Nayab May 11, 2011 

  • What is Annualized Attrition and How to Calculate It?

    Annualized attrition calculation reveals the ratio of the number of employees who leave an organization to the average number of employees in the payroll for the year. This is an important HR metric, for a high attrition ratio may indicate underlying...
    By N Nayab May 10, 2011 


  • Need More Staff? Be Convincing in Your New Hire Justifications

    Managers and supervisors requesting new staff need to write a new hire justification to substantiate the reasons. Competitive pressures force companies to become lean and mean, and as such, well-written new hire justifications are important to convince...
    By N Nayab May 9, 2011 

  • Using Questionnaires for Job Candidate Screening

    Heightened concerns about security have made pre-employment screening an indispensable requirement for most positions. Here, you can download a free pre-employment screening questionnaire that aids the pre-employment screening process.
    By N Nayab April 29, 2011 

  • Writing a New Hire Justification

    When supervisors or managers find the need to bring on a new employee, often HR Departments will require a new hire justification form to review before the job opening is advertised. Making sure your justification is written the right way ensures you’ll...
    By Jean Scheid April 20, 2011 

  • Importance of Employment Screening

    Here are some of the top reasons employers consider the importance of employment screening in today's job market. We also examine the type of data found in public records, and briefly review the restrictions prohibited under the "Fair Credit Reporting...
    By Margi Williams March 30, 2011 
showing 41-50 of 96 < Previous   |   page: 3   4   5   6   7  ...   |   Next >
Share
Additional Info
Additional Info