Employee onboarding is an integral step in talent acquisition and talent development. We’ve put together a few employee onboarding tips to help you navigate this process and lay a solid foundation for your new hire.
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New Year, New Hire, Part 6: How to Write a Rejection Letter
Rejection letters can cause anxiety — and not just for recipients. Job rejections affect your employer reputation, so they should be thoughtful. If you need to write a rejection letter to a job candidate, here’s how.
New Year, New Hire, Part 5: How to Impress Candidates in an Interview
Conducting an effective interview is no small feat. To get you started in considering how to interview candidates, we’ve compiled a few basic tips for a good job interview, whether virtual or in person. Read more.
New Year, New Hire, Part 4: How to Weed Out Unqualified Candidates
The job market is competitive. If you’re wondering how to find qualified candidates or how to weed out unqualified candidates, you’re not alone. Here’s how you should focus your efforts.
Hiring Gen Z: Talent Attraction and Retention Strategies
Hiring Gen Z is essential to outlasting the talent shortage, fueled by the retirement exodus of baby boomers, the Great Resignation, and more. But do you know how to attract and retain Gen Z workers?
New Year, New Hire, Part 3: Top 5 Résumé Red Flags
Résumé red flags can be warning signs or signals for further investigation into a candidate’s qualifications. But do you know what to look for?
New Year, New Hire, Part 2: Are Cover Letters Necessary in 2022?
How necessary are cover letters in talent acquisition? If you’re thinking of refining your hiring process this year, you might want to consider a more efficient, more objective alternative to the cover letter. Learn more.
New Year, New Hire, Part 1: How Defining Your Employer Brand Can Help Attract Top Talent
Having a strong employer brand is important to candidate attraction and a successful talent acquisition process. Just a few key steps toward managing your organization’s reputation can help define it — learn how.
Do Personality Tests Fail At Selection?
There are a lot of hiring personality tests out there that claim to predict workplace performance. Unfortunately, you get what you pay for.
4 Reasons Why Bad Hires Cost So Much
Bad hires cost time, money, and morale. Find out how the costs of a bad hire add up, and more importantly, how hiring managers can effectively spot the most ideal candidates in the talent pool.