You marry someone for who they are, not who you think they might become. So why do so many HR professionals not take the same approach with their recruiting initiatives? Why do they hire based on a candidate’s potential, rather than what they can offer right now? More importantly, who should they be engaging? Check out some findings from the 2015 Workforce Purpose Index and learn about “purpose-oriented workers,” and how recruiting them can lead to a stronger workforce.
If a new hire leaves within the first year, are you due your money back? Onboarding is more than insuring that employees fill out their paperwork, understand their role and meet their manager. Onboarding is a continuation of the ...Read more
Discover the difference in viewpoints between HR/recruiting and line-of-business managers regarding ownership of the hiring cycle and highlight where improvements can be made.