Posts Tagged ‘career development’
Employee Tenure: Why Do They Leave? And What Can You Do?
When reviewing candidate resumes, hiring companies often key in on the length of time spent at previous companies and draw negative conclusions if the tenure trends to the run on the short side. So much so, they will absolutely pass on interviewing if they feel the candidate is a “job hopper.” This practice makes sense…Read More
Onboarding is a Process NOT an Event
Most companies are making key hires multiple times annually. With historically low unemployment rates, the demand for retention is at a record high. A successful onboarding practice can get the process of retention started. How many companies are paying attention to their onboarding practices? What is onboarding? Most employers treat onboarding as an event versus the reality of it being a process. In fact, onboarding should be…Read More
Does your culture breed disengagement?
How many times have you sat in an interview and the prospective employer said, “You know, our culture really sucks here?” My assumption, and not a very bold one, is that has never happened. Why is that? As an employer, how many times have you been interviewing a prospective employee and they have said “I…Read More
Attract and Retain Millennials with Solid Career Pathing
It’s no surprise that in the current candidate-driven market, employers have to adjust, rethink and implement new strategies to not only attract, but also retain talented employees. There has been a lot of research presented over the past few years on learning to understand what motivates the Millennial generation and how to better merge workplace…Read More