Any subsequent new hires will learn to conduct themselves in line with this corporate culture, so I have included four tips, below, in aid of helping you get it right first time.
Bad hires can damage your reputation along with your bottom line.
Do you spend 'upwards of 100 hours' mulling over a new hire? This contributing writer does.
Your first five hires will hugely impact your business' future. It is critically important to get those first hires right.
The CEO of Bounce Exchange has an unorthodox tactic he uses during the interview process to weed out the bad apples.
Low turnover, better corporate culture and extreme longevity are benefits of tapping the best workers.
A job description is a list that a person might use to describe the general tasks, functions and responsibilities inherent in a position. It defines a person’s role within the company as well as his or her accountability.
You need to ensure that the vision of a prospective employee aligns with that of the company, says Dr John Demartini.
What are you doing to nab that 'purple squirrel'?
In a recent survey, 91 percent of managers said their organisations did not do onboarding well. Isn't it time for a change?
Hiring the right people for a company taking root in an entirely new economic sector might be the ultimate recruiting challenge.
Technology has made it easier than ever to build effective, video-based recruiting strategies that allow companies large and small to expand their talent pools.
Are you recruiting employees without checking their qualifications? You could be exposing your business to qualification fraud.
There are two major driving forces behind outsourcing a service – to save time or money; both resources are in short supply in a start-up or small business.
If you haven't put much thought or effort into your onboarding process in the past, the following tips will ensure that your relationship starts out on solid ground from day one.
So how do you conduct an interview to ensure that you make the right hiring decision? Let’s start at the beginning.
Here are 10 people (whether employees or clients) you should avoid if you’re starting a business.
Hiring the right people for your business all starts in the interview.
Hiring a lot of staff is not a sign of success.
While honey badgers are incredibly amusing to watch on video, you don’t want one near your business. So, whether you are hiring employees, working with service providers or partnering with competitors, here are seven steps on how to avoid working with a “honey badger.”