Will Internal Referrals Help Fill Your Job Openings?

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Employees don’t always give two weeks’ notice, and situations may arise when companies need to find new workers ASAP. While the normal hiring process can be slow, filled with delays and waiting periods, employee referrals reduce hiring times by as much as 40 percent, according to a Jobvite study. Read on to learn more about internal referral programs and how… Read more »

Prehiring Assessment: Why They Need to Be Worthwhile and Not a Waste of Time

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It’s a common misconception that candidates hate being asked to take prehiring assessments. On the contrary, what job seekers loathe is wasting their time on assessments that are unfair, excessively time-consuming or generally pointless. While it’s natural to want to screen prospective employees, companies should avoid alienating those workers they’re hoping to attract. Here are… Read more »

Preparation Tips for the Retirement of the Baby Boomer Generation

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As an employer, you most likely know the baby boomer generation is on the verge of retirement. Referring to the generation born between 1946 and 1964, baby boomers have long made up a significant portion of the workforce. As they head into the golden glow of retirement, companies are struggling to make up for the… Read more »

Are You Overlooking Employee Offboarding?

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You probably hear a lot about onboarding and how important it is to the hiring process. However, you might not realize that offboarding is also a crucial part of dealing with employees. Also known as employee exit management, this process involves separating from workers in a conscious manner. Keep reading to learn why employee offboarding… Read more »

5 Motivational Quotes to Share With Your Team

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Managers aren’t just the people who bark orders and keep the office running on schedule. On the contrary, these individuals can encourage, inspire, and, yes, even motivate team members to do their best work. Check out these five motivational quotes perfect for sharing with your staff. 1. “The speed of the boss is the speed… Read more »

Recognizing Employees Who Go the Extra Mile Helps With Retention

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A recent Gallup poll revealed employees who go unrecognized in the workplace are three times more likely to quit than their counterparts who receive sufficient attention and praise. If you want to boost overall retention rates at your business, celebrating your staff is an easy and effective way to achieve that goal. Read on for… Read more »

Communication Tips to Land More Talent … Faster

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Tired of losing top candidates to the competition? The problem may not be the quality of your business but the efficacy of your hiring process. If you’re not contacting prospects fast enough – or getting back to them after the interview – they’re likely to take their talent to another company. Read on for Accurate… Read more »

5 Ways to Celebrate National Safety Month

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Every June, workplaces across the country observe National Safety Month in an effort to reduce the number of injuries and accidents that occur on the job. If your company doesn’t currently participate in this event, consider incorporating some of the following activities into your routine. Not only will encouraging workplace safety promote goodwill among your… Read more »

Where Is Your Talent? That’s Where You Need to Go

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Think you can find your next superstar employee on the job boards? You may want to think again. These days, creative-minded employers are looking to less typical sources for hiring gold. Here are some of Accurate Personnel’s tips for finding talent in uncommon places. Where Is Your Talent Spending Time This Summer? Summer isn’t traditionally… Read more »

Empathy – How You Can Show It to Candidates During the Job Search

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You’ve probably heard the expression that it’s a job candidate’s market right now. In other words, there are more available positions than applicants looking for work. Still, you can take steps as an employer to ensure the best people join your team instead of the competition’s, and that means making the right impression from the… Read more »