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A Manager’s Two Responsibilities

Managing any amount of employees can be both a challenging joy and occasionally an outright challenge. Outside of day-to-day tasks and responsibilities to their job and teams, junior level management and supervisors to C-level leaders have two main responsibilities to their teams at all times. Elizabeth Spiers outlines these two responsibilities in her Huffington Post […]

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Boost your recruiting and retention through employee referrals.

It is often difficult for companies to find large pools of candidates from which to hire who have the required qualifications, skills and personality to fill a freshly opened job position. Beyond the process of hiring a potential candidate, recruiting them can feel like fishing in a very small pond with even fewer quality fish. […]

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7 Steps to Measuring Pre- and Post-Hire Quality

Measuring quality within a company can come from different methods and training, but evaluating the quality of a new or existing hire is often a difficult and time consuming task for companies. No matter the industry–professional or administrative services, technology, medical, accounting, science and engineering–determining ways to improve production and output through employees can be […]

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6 Tips To Finding Candidates Who Will Stay For The Long Haul

Recruiting candidates takes time, and searching for ones who can be retained for the long haul can be even more time consuming. Jerome Ternynck provides 6 tips to finding and retaining long term candidates in his Inc.com article, “Hire for the Long Haul.” These tips point out that employee retention is not only something to […]

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Not Recruiting Overqualified Candidates? Here’s Why You Should Be.

When HR departments and hiring committees look to recruit new employees it sometimes seems that there are not enough qualified candidates, or too many overqualified candidates. For years the thought of hiring an overqualified candidate was taboo as they could quickly find the job was “beneath them” and leave. However, with the growing pool of […]

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12 Ways to put the HUMAN back in Human resources… and to make your job much easier.

In seeing hundreds of HR teams, we constantly see the challenge of balancing time and energy between recruiting new talent, reading through applications, coordinating interviews, and putting out fires among other responsibilities that keep you busy throughout the day. We empathize with the hard working men and women leading the charge at HR departments across […]

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