Get more from onboarding by remembering the person you hired, training them on the right things, and making their first experiences memorable.
When you think about your newest hire, any number of things might go through your mind. Perhaps you’re wondering how well they’re handling their workload, if they’re connecting with coworkers, or if they’ve figured out the time & attendance software yet. But one issue that worries as many as 90% of leaders and executives—according to … Continue reading Onboarding Strategies Can Help Turn New Hires into Key Contributors
Pre-onboarding takes place immediately after your new hire signs their job offer. What can you do to make your employee’s first day a magic moment.
Should I text job candidates? That’s a question every business is asking. Texting Job Candidates Can Decrease Your Time-to-Fill Busy recruiters will often tell you that one of their biggest headaches is scheduling interviews. Employers and hiring managers want to interview in bunches, on specific days, while candidates have their own schedules to consider. Getting … Continue reading Should I Text Job Candidates?
When it comes to onboarding your newest hire, their first days, weeks and months on the job are critical to helping them build a strong foundation, and become an effective member of your team. Many new hires spend the first few weeks getting acquainted with coworkers, learning the ins and outs of the workspace, and … Continue reading Onboarding with an Eye Toward Employee Retention
Background screening job applicants is a best practice that may include confirming dates of employment, titles, positions held, and more comprehensive tests.
Negotiating with job candidates may be made easier by setting limits and preparing for potential negotiations before presenting the offer.