Does your organization view recruitment and performance evaluation as two entirely separate functions? Maybe it’s time to rethink that stance.
Are you a human resources manager in charge of terminating employees’ relationships with the company? Are you a manager who is contemplating letting some workers go? Be careful that you do not violate any wrongful termination law! Avoid costly litigation; take our quiz today.
An interview is a conversation between the interviewer and the interviewee, and is a dynamic method of identifying suitable candidates. It is for all practical purposes an indispensable part in the recruitment process. This HR guide to the interview explains how to conduct interviews efficiently.
Are you wondering what the right questions are to ask during an employee exit interview? Look no further! Here you will learn a thorough line of questioning and get a better understanding of how these interviews can help the organization make better choices for its employees.
To many, finding and hiring the right employees seems like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Here at Bright Hub, we’ve pulled together a collection of articles to help you find, hire, and recruit employees. We also explore new hire orientation, salary, benefits and legal issues.
Even HR professionals find themselves stuck in difficult situations when it comes to finding the right employees and ensuring they are in for the long-term. This guide will help any HR professional hire and maintain appropriate staff levels.
Asking the right questions of an applicant can mean the difference between hiring someone who has loads of experience and someone who has had a lot of jobs. Not sure which technique you should incorporate? Find out about various options and why you might –or might not– want to use them.
An e-portfolio or electronic portfolio refers to a collection of electronic works assembled and managed by the candidate, usually on the Web. Understanding how to evaluate an e-portfolio allows recruiters an additional source to assess the candidate’s knowledge, skills, dispositions, and growth.
Employee development and retention at nonprofits is challenging at best. There are many influences that are out of one’s control, which causes frustration when trying to increase development and reduce turnover. This article discusses the challenges and possible solutions to minimize the effect.
Employee retention has always been a difficult pursuit for companies. This article identifies ten ways to effectively manage the retention of talented employees through managing satisfaction, motivation, workplace needs and stressors–and providing growth opportunities, balance and feedback.