• How to Put Your Recruiting Metrics to Work

    Which are your most effective recruiting channels? What is your application completion rate? What’s your candidates per hire rate? How long does it take your company to fill an open position?
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  • Onboarding and Engagement: HR’s Favorite Power Couple

    It’s no secret by now that a new hire’s first days on the job are crucial for their career at their new company. The onboarding process gives them time to learn the ins and outs of an organization and understand their role within the company. The company culture and commitment to onboarding has the power to influence employee engagement. ...
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  • Is Fast Employee Work More Productive Work?

    When looking at performance, it can be easy to get caught up in the numbers. Did an employee meet quotas for number of calls? Did they meet the monthly requirement for units produced? Or are they falling behind when looking at the given units of performance measurement? While fast work can save a company time and money, it’s not the defining ...
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  • Here's How to Recruit for Leadership Roles

    Shifting from recruiting for production roles to leadership positions can feel a bit like going from playing in Little League to the Majors. It’s the same game, but the competition is at a different level and the game feels completely unknown.
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  • Ensure Employees Maximize on Performance Review Goals

    A common outcome of yearly performance reviews are performance improvement plans (PIPs). PIPs are a formalized plan to improve the performance of employees with performance issues. PIPs can be an outstanding tool for improvement performance when executed correctly, and can bring struggling employees back on the right track. 
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    How To Address 4 Common STEM Workforce Challenges

    HR is challenging at the best of times, but HR professionals within the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) industries face unique challenges. In particular, it can be difficult to find skilled, diverse employees, retain them, and then plan for their succession.
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  • Managing Subcontractors: Four Tips and Tricks

    After you’ve worked with a few subcontractors, you know how much the experience can vary. On one end of the spectrum are the problems, where a subcontractor’s work doesn’t come close to the quality you expect. On the other end of the spectrum are the subcontractors who are a dream to work with. They’re professional, they meet and even surpass your ...
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  • Talent Management Resolutions for 2018

    Talent management is a tricky business practice to master, simply because it looks different for every company, based on its unique needs, employees and culture. While there are many ways to manage talent well, there are a few key elements that are seen across all industries that will help make talent management strategies work more effectively ...
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