Things to Look for when Hiring New Employees

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Hiring new employees has shifted over the years and really is a whole new ballgame in this day and age compared to finding employees years ago. Based on a 2016 Gallup poll, Millennials are the “Job Hopping Generation,” with 6 in 10 open to starting a new job at any point, more so than any generation previous. This massive change in the work force may have companies both large and small scratching there heads on how to recruit and hire new employees to join their company. We will be looking at what companies should be doing when hiring new employees and also the benefits of using an HR executive search consultant during the process.

One important thing to note about hiring new staff in 2018 is that the pool of potential employees has really become much more diversified and in a recent study the percentage of female CEOs in Fortune 500 companies reached 5 percent for the first time ev

Five Reasons to Consider Using Executive Search Firms

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Human resource consulting firms

Will any company see a benefit from hiring executive search firms to help them with critical hires, or even with HR consulting? Here are a few things to consider:

  1. Think about your search requirements In other words, do you have a hiring team? If so, do they have all the procedures in place to make a successful hire? Some of the things they will need to be able to do is keep up frequent contact with potential hires, standardize and simplify the application process, and deal with branding and reputation. They may also need some specialized knowledge about where to even go looking for the right candidates. A Robert Hall survey of 1,400 executives found that 36% of them believed that a poor skills match was a major factor in failed hires, followed by unclear performance obj