Is Hiring for Cultural Fit Holding Your Business Back?

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Companies naturally want to find the best people for all their open positions. To ensure workers meld well with their existing teams, businesses tend to seek new hires they believe will fit in well with the company culture. Unfortunately, hiring exclusively for cultural fit can hold your company back from achieving its goals. Keep reading… Read more »

Why You Should Continue with Flexible Staffing Post-Pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the face of employment in the U.S. and other countries around the world, with an increasing number of companies opting to make their workforces remote. Even as the situation on the ground continues to evolve, businesses may want to maintain the flexible staffing policies they practiced during the pandemic. Recognizing… Read more »

Virtual Hiring is Here to Stay – Tips to Adapt Successfully

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  Like telecommuting, virtual hiring is becoming the norm in this post-pandemic world. While the circumstances surrounding COVID-19 are constantly evolving, businesses would be wise to adapt to a world in which remote hiring and employment are here to stay. Keep reading for some of Accurate Personnel’s top tips on how to hire successfully without… Read more »

What Should Be Included in Your Job Descriptions?

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If you’re unhappy with your last few hires, the truth is that your job descriptions could be to blame. After all, it’s hard to run a successful business if you’re hiring the wrong employees from the start. Here are some of Accurate Personnel’s top tips for writing detailed job descriptions that bring in the best… Read more »

Don’t Sacrifice Your Company’s Standards in Order to Hire Quickly

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  Whether your company is dealing with an unexpected rise in sales or introducing a new product to the marketplace, you might need some additional teammates to lighten the load for your existing staff. While it’s natural to want to bring in extra help as quickly as possible, the truth is that hiring too fast… Read more »