Recruiting & Hiring

  • Five Methods for Determining Job Responsibilities

    Can your organization do without you? Will you be missed if you leave, or will it be business as usual? There are several strategies that can be used to assess how essential your job is. This article looks at five of them.
    By Brenda Barrett July 19, 2011 

  • Right Size Your Workforce Using These Methods

    Excess staff and staff shortages cause drags and related ill-effects. Calculating staffing requirements depends on accurate forecasts, or anticipating both future demand and workforce levels. This is a challenging task and requires much insight and experience...
    By N Nayab July 15, 2011 

  • How Can You Tell If a Potential Employee is a Good Cultural Fit?

    Hiring the right person for a job is generally pretty tough to do. There are usually many candidates with varied backgrounds. Ensuring a perfect cultural fit into your company culture can be even more difficult. Too often, this factor is overlooked when...
    By Mike Sweeney July 15, 2011 

  • Employee Retention: 10 Factors That Make a Real Difference

    Managers must understand that factors in employee retention play a vital role in the smooth functioning of any business. Here, we explain these factors in greater detail including how to ensure a work/life balance and the importance of employee recognition...
    By V!kas Shukla July 13, 2011 

  • Strategy for Performing Cheap Employee Background Checks

    The best approach for cheap employee background checks is for the employer to undertake the investigation in-house, leveraging the internet, free resources, and online databases.
    By N Nayab June 29, 2011 

  • Advantages of Online Recruiting

    If you want to enjoy the benefit of hiring the right candidate for your job opening, then you must consider the option of hiring online. There are several advantages of online recruiting. Let’s check out a few of them.
    By Aunindita June 29, 2011 

  • What Do Telecommuting Companies Need to Succeed?

    Is teleworking here to stay? Latest statistical reports show that fewer companies are getting into the telecommuting groove, leaving observers to believe that it’s just another fad. However, it’s still in that stage where latent problems...
    By ciel s cantoria June 26, 2011 

  • Is It Possible to Interview an Entire Group? You Bet!

    Group interviews, if not organized properly, may become haphazard and disorganized. Here are a few tips to help you conduct a successful group interview with ease.
    By V!kas Shukla June 26, 2011 

  • Learn How to Find the Best Employees Via the Internet

    The days of recruiting candidates best suited for your company now lean toward the Internet and resources like online job applications and assessment tests. This new way of hiring the right workforce is on the rise, so you need to know the right steps...
    By Jean Scheid June 26, 2011 

  • Do Your Employees Understand Assigned Tasks and Duties?

    Defining an employee’s job role with clear job functions significantly increases the likelihood of the employee performing well in their job. Job roles should be defined in a way that is easy for anyone to understand and replicate. Here are a few...
    By Mike Sweeney June 25, 2011 
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