Employee Training & Development

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Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about, Why competition isn’t always great work[place motivator, The best way to apply for out of state jobs. Why it is critical to invest in employee training and development, 3 Reasons candidates are rejecting your job offers. Take time to negotiate stop by and visit  RecruitAlliance.

Why competition isn’t always great workplace motivator: Does employee competition have a place in the office? Depends on whom you ask. Proponents of competitive work environments say that competition provides a necessary challenge that pushes employees beyond their comfort zones. Opponents argue that competition puts undue stress on employees and fosters negative feelings among team members. While some top performers may thrive on competition, their opponents have a valid point. Competition isn’t good for everyone. In fact, according to the book Top Dog: The Science of Winning and Losing, 25 percent of employees wilt under competition and another 25 percent aren’t affected by it one way or the other. …..Read More…

Why it is critical to invest in employee training and development: Henry Ford allegedly once said, “The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay.” This statement, regardless of who its true author may be, will never lose its relevance. There is no manager who doesn’t want highly skilled specialists on their team. Unfortunately, a lot of these very same managers consider professional development to be the employee’s concern, not the company’s. ….Read More…

3 Reasons candidates are rejecting your job offers: You’ve done it! You’ve found the incredible candidate who is going to be your next, great hire. Now, you’re ready to make an offer. Oh, happy day! You pick up the phone, but the candidate is at work. So you leave a message. And follow it up with an email. And wait. And … nothing? No response. Or worse – a big, fat “no.” What happened? How did the perfect candidate elude your grasp? In their haste to hire the best and brightest, recruiters and hiring managers sometimes forget that candidates are choosy, too – especially in today’s economic climate, with about 2 million jobs being added every year. Wages are up, and the economy is stronger than it has been in ages. Candidates – especially the great ones – have options …Read More…

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