Why It’s Important to Make Sure Employee Morale Stays High

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Morale is defined by Forbes magazine as “the attitude, satisfaction and overall outlook of employees during their association with an organization or a business.” Employees with high levels of morale are happier – and companies with happy employees are known to earn more and outperform their competition. Satisfied employees: Are more productive: They handle challenges…

Why You Should Review Candidates with Your Team

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“No one of us is as smart as all of us.” In a nutshell, this adage summarizes why you should review job candidates with your current team members. In fact, you should take it a step further and actively involve them in the hiring process. Everyone wins as a result: you, as HR leader; your…

This is What Managers Are Doing To Help Their Employees Find Success

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When managing employees, it’s important to have a clear understanding of the fundamentals that will be used as the building blocks of your management style. Here’s what managers are doing to help their employees find success in their roles. 1. Create a culture of success The first step to helping employees succeed is to create…

Consider Outsourcing Your Recruitment Process

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You can save time and resources while finding the best possible candidates. How? When you work with a recruiter and staffing agency. Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) is a means to outsource all or some of the steps involved in finding, interviewing, screening and hiring new employees—and it can save you and your Human Resources department…

How to Fill Critical Roles Quickly

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Some positions can be hard to fill, especially depending on your industry. You may have spent time searching for the right candidate, but the job remains open—meanwhile, others on the team are quickly becoming overworked. Does this sound familiar? It’s an experience many employers report, especially right now during the current “war on talent.” Four…

Ways to Reduce Employee Turnover

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Once you have good employees in place, you want to hold on to them. Replacing employees can be very costly—current estimates reveal that the cost to replace an employee is one-half to two times the employee’s annual salary. The better option is to keep workers satisfied and productive so they stick around and don’t need…

Why it’s Crucial to Show Employees You Care

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In the current job market, it’s becoming more and more common for employees to leave their jobs in search of something new. During the pandemic, many workers found themselves unemployed, working remotely or working short-handed—and for some, this provided a unique opportunity to think about their future. This is perhaps why turnover has been so…

How to Conduct a Post-Interview Evaluation

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You’re trying to fill a position and you’ve conducted your first round of interviews. Now comes the easy part… right? Not exactly. Choosing between several qualified candidates can be stressful, because you want to be sure you make the right decision for the company. Productivity, synergy, teamwork and workflow all hinge on you making the…

The Importance of Writing an Accurate and Appealing Job Description

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When you’re looking to hire new employees, you want to make it as easy as possible to find the most qualified candidates. That goes without saying. But did you know the best place to start is actually in the job description? When you clearly describe the position, qualifications and your company, you make it much…

Top Ways Employers Are Addressing Staffing Shortages

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Staffing shortages are getting more and more common in today’s economy. During the pandemic, many people found themselves working from home or out of work, and it gave them time to reflect on their lives—leading many to change careers or leaving the workforce all together. On top of this, fields such as skilled labor are…