HR- Checking References……

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Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about, 6 Things you didn’t know about reference checking, The art of negotiation: 5 Steps to getting the salary you deserve, Prepare for mass retirement with intelligent workforce solutions. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

6 Things you didn’t know about reference checking: What’s there to know about checking references? A lot more than you might think. Here are six things you may not have known about this very common — and very crucial — practice: 1. Reference Checks and Background Checks Are Not the Same Thing Do you do both? If so, make sure you’re getting useful insight from each and not just duplicating your work. For example, if you use reference checks to verify employment history, then you’re not learning anything new. You could have gotten that information from the background check. … Read More…

The art of negotiation: 5 Steps to getting the salary you deserve: Salary negotiation early on in one’s career has the potential to gain them anywhere between $500,000 and $1,000,000 throughout their working life, and yet only 37 percent of millennials report ever asking for a raise. Whether that’s because they got a raise before they asked for one, were uncomfortable negotiating, or don’t want to seem pushy, there’s a ton of money millennials are leaving on the table simply because they just didn’t ask for it. …Read More…

Prepare for mass retirement with intelligent workforce solutions: In a 2015 survey, the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) found that approximately one-third of employers were concerned that pending retirements would become a problem for their organizations. Why? Because according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 10 percent of the workforce will be eligible for retirement in the coming years. …Read More…

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