Why the hiring manager needs to be an integral part of both hiring and onboarding
Strategies for improving onboarding engagement
Employers know that job seekers today have come to expect a strong positive recruiting experience. But what happens after the offer is accepted? Even the perfect recruiting experience is no guarantee of long-term employee engagement.
Post-hire engagement is an ongoing challenge and opportunity for many companies. What is HR’s role in onboarding engagement? Who owns it—the new hire’s day-to-day manager? How can it be measured?
Watch this webcast with Katie Melick, New Hire Experience Specialist at Salesforce, to learn how to make onboarding engagement a priority for successful retention and performance.
In today’s dynamic business world, many companies’ HR divisions have sought to keep up with the rapidly changing expectations of candidates and recruiters. Perhaps the same goes for your company—it is no longer enough to simply backfill open positions as they arise. New roles and new projects in the company call for a new type of recruitment strategy.
The best in class firms are identifying the consistent traits and competencies in their top performers along with the behaviors that are missing from the bottom performers. What are you missing out on?
White Paper | Source: Chequed
| Published:March 9, 2015
Finding, selecting, developing and retaining employees who are the best fit for the job and the organization is a challenge that keeps us up at night. In fact, according to the Conference Board’s ‘CEO Challenge 2013’ report, ...