Steve Jobs famously said, “The secret to my success is that we’ve gone to exceptional lengths to hire the best people in the world.” But to do this, you need to put your singular focus on finding the right people. If you’re in a high-growth company, this can be challenging.
Just a few short months ago, companies simply couldn’t find talent. Everyone that wanted to work had at least one job so the hunt for skilled workers was extremely hard. That’s when the power of a good social network really comes in handy. It’s why so many companies turn to
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh estimated bad hires cost their company well over $100 million. About one-half of HR Managers suggest bad hires cost them thousands. The U.S. Department of Labor says one bad hire can cost you up to 30% of the employee’s first-year earnings. If you’re a big business,
Job seeking in 2020 can be a challenge, particularly with high unemployment numbers. A staffing firm is your key to getting hired quickly and for the job you really want. The job market is in terrible shape right now. The latest numbers are grim; 31 million Americans are drawing unemployment benefits right
Every HR manager understands the exorbitant costs of hiring the wrong candidate. One bad hire can destroy productivity and morale in a team. If you can accurately hire the right person on the first try, it can have the opposite effect of adding value, innovation, and motivation to your company. Here’s
Onboarding a new hire takes time and money. Here are three ways you can make the process more efficient for you and more enjoyable for the new employee. Recruiting doesn’t and shouldn’t end with the hire. Successfully onboarding your new hires is about more than paper and processes. It should be