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HR Spots Promising Potential Hires….

Comments Off on HR Spots Promising Potential Hires….Written on July 10th, 2017 by
Categories: Corporate Recruiters, Human Resources, Third-Party Recruiters
Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. Look after your top talent- they’re looking to leave, How to use facebook ads to recruit your industry’s brightest minds, 5 Smart ways entrepreneurs can spot promising potential hires, to better train workers, figure out where they struggle. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

Look after your top talent- they’re looking to leave: According to a recent Gallup poll, the odds that your employees will jump ship are growing. Today, employees are largely optimistic about the job market, spurring many to leave their jobs to search for better positions elsewhere. In August 2012, two million Americans voluntarily left their jobs. By August 2016, this number rose to three million. …Read More…

How to use facebook ads to recruit your industry’s brightest minds: Most of the time, they are not wrong. That is why many people work multiple jobs to try to make ends meet. Worse still, the number of people looking for jobs -- some of them with really good skill sets -- far outnumber the number of job positions available. However, this does not mean that anyone with a skill set is a good fit for your business. As a business owner, you want to hire the right people -- employees with industry-compatible skill sets who can help your team advance and adapt. The long-term success of your company will be decided by the potential of the people you hire. …Read More…

5 Smart ways entrepreneurs can spot promising potential hires: The workplace experienced a similar leap, particularly in human resources—in fact, Capterra caught a number of 2016 HR trends early , including gamification in recruiting, candidate experience, and real-time feedback systems. That’s all going away completely in 2017. …Read More…

To better train workers, figure out where they struggle: What company would spend thousands — or even millions — of dollars, year in and year out, without knowing the return? When it comes to training and workforce development, lots of them. In a 2014 survey, 55% of executives said a major constraint to investing in training was that they did not know how to measure success. Almost half (49%) said that it was difficult to ensure a return on investment (ROI). And in another survey, 87% said they cannot calculate quantifiable returns on their learning investments. In short, companies have little idea. …Read More…

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