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When hiring for culture fit, there are only four questions that really matter. They will tell you everything you need to know about the person you are interviewing, and how compatible he/she will be with your company’s culture.
If you haven’t evaluated your HR software recently, now is a good time to do so. With so many advances in HCM software you shouldn’t settle on what works “fine.” In this article we present 8 warnings signs to look out for that indicate you’re due for an upgrade.
Once you’ve finally found the candidate, the one that possesses the right blend of skill and cultural fit that is perfect for your organization, it’s time for the offer. First comes the verbal offer, then comes the letter. Utilizing best practices will ensure the process is efficient and free of legal liability. It also sets your new hire up for success.
There’s a new generation making waves around the watercooler and they’re shaping up to be more creative, entrepreneurial and more grounded than their Millennial predecessors. Learn strategies to engage Generation Z and make the most of their many talents.
Strong culture is essential to the success of every business, particularly nonprofits. A nonprofit with a favorable, well-defined, and well-communicated culture has a clear advantage. Learn how it can help your organization with many of the challenges nonprofits face
There’s a better way to recruit. It takes less time, less effort, and improves your employee retention.
Senior management is missing the point, and they’re wasting valuable resources ($$$) in the process. Learn how to get the most out of your new talent.
Learn 6 ways to better onboard your new employees when they get started.
To assist your organization with its staffing needs, we’ve assembled the following 9 steps to ensure you’re hiring in the most efficient way.