A recent Aberdeen Report states that 61% of companies were more likely to use video recruiting during their onboarding and hiring process over other methods. Today we’ll learn what makes video interviewing the way of the future. Organizations are implementing video interviewing to reduce time-to-hire, to save money on the recruiting process, and to more […]
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Yesterday’s Advisor explored some of the best practices HR can employ to ensure that telecommuting is effective and productive. Today, we present more tips on how to keep your telecommuters functional and aboveboard. Telecommuting is increasingly common in all manner of industries. Making sure that your policies serve both your employees and the company fairly […]
Telecommuting is quickly growing as a viable means to improve flexibility for employees while reducing costs for employers. If your business opts to allow it, it’s important to think through how best to implement it to ensure the success of the program. Here are some best practices to consider when implementing a telecommuting program in […]
In yesterday’s Advisor we spoke with Dr. John Sullivan—author, professor, corporate speaker, and advisor—about employment branding topics like alumni programs and internal and external brand development. Today we’ll hear more from him on talent pipelines, and the ever-decreasing value of your website’s job page. Q: Could you share some best practices for maintaining a pipeline […]
We recently discussed employment branding with professor, corporate speaker, author, and advisor Dr. John Sullivan. Today we hear from him on alumni programs and external brand development. Q: In regards to alumni networks, how should the group be limited to those you know love your company? Some workers leave because they were involuntarily terminated, or […]
HR managers negotiate every day. In today’s Advisor, powerhouse negotiator Eldonna Lewis Fernandez, author of Think Like a Negotiator, shares expert tips.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we shared tips on total reward statements (and what should be included in them) from Consultant John Rubino; today, his advice on the next very important step: communicating them to employees.
A valued employee is a retained employee. How can employers show their workers how much is invested in their efforts (beyond just their wages)? By providing total reward statements. Today, we present some advice on crafting these reports from Consultant John Rubino.
In yesterday’s Advisor, Attorney Susan G. Fentin demonstrated how to make appraisals work for you (and not against you in court). Today, we present Fentin’s top 10 mistakes employers make when documenting employee performance.
Performance reviews can either hurt or help, says Attorney Susan G. Fentin. If an employee is fired for poor performance, but his or her appraisal was good, the appraisal can show pretext. However, when a poor appraisal is followed by a lack of improvement by the employee, your appraisal can demonstrate a legitimate (and nondiscriminatory) […]