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Mentorship, Coaching, Training — A Recruiter’s Perspective

The concepts of mentorship, coaching and training are not new — and are often wrongly used in the corporate world. Human resource departments make use of mentorship programs, and trainings to increase employee productivity and boost morale. Source: Pexels The workforce is the lifeblood of any organization. A vast majority of HR professionals believe that…

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Candidate Mobility Trends To Reconsider Your Hiring Process

Until recently many employers had remarkably fixed views about managers and staff working from home on anything approaching a routine basis. Some companies have been very relaxed about this arrangement for many years, provided of course that the job in question can indeed be performed effectively away from the office or factory. On the other…

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All You Need to Know About Working Remotely

All You Need to Know About Working Remotely

According to reports, about 4.3 million people in the US work remotely at least a few days of the week. This equals to about 3.2 percent of the total workforce. While the number may not be high, it does show a shift in the right direction since only about 2 million people worked remotely in…

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How An External HR Advisor Adds Value To Your Company

How An External HR Advisor Adds Value To Your Company

Businesses spend a lot of time and resources on sourcing and developing the right talent. Luckily, the HR function has transformed and half of all businesses are outsourcing all or part of their HR functions to create the perfect balance between cost-effectiveness and resourcefulness. Why Outsource Your Recruitment An in-house HR function is resource-intensive and…

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Not satisfied with your current work position?

Not satisfied with your current work position?

Are you stressed out about work all the time? Facing problems with your colleagues? Worried that your professional and personal goals will never align? If you relate with any of these questions, you are not alone. According to Gallup, only 13% of employees are actively engaged at work. Unhappiness at work is a widespread problem…

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Exit Interview

Exit Interview

Dealing with employee turnover is part of running a business – it is a natural aspect of the employee life cycle. However, high levels of turnover are undesirable as companies find that losing people in critical roles is both costly and disruptive. Statistics don’t lie – nearly 4.5 million people quit their jobs in August…

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Reducing Corporate Recruiting Costs

a recruiting manager calculating the cost to hire a new employee

Hiring qualified employees with relevant experience can be a costly process. Human resources expenses, career fairs, job board posting fees, and high turnover can leave you spending more than you need on recruiting talented employees. Explore the following solutions to reduce your corporate recruiting costs and find qualified candidates without going over your hiring budget.

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The Disadvantages of Online and Internal Recruitment

an empty office due to internal recruitment disadvantages

Many companies turn to online recruiting methods for a quick and inexpensive way to find potential candidates for open roles. However, this recruiting method can leave you with an overwhelming response from applicants, making it difficult to identify the most qualified candidates that truly align with your company’s needs and values.

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