Hiring in 2013? Key Talent Acquisition Trends to Watch
The article we have included in the newsletter this month, Hiring in 2013? focuses on how the constant changes in the industry can sometimes make it difficult to recruit great talent. Hiring in 2013?, provides a list of the 10 best practices for talent acquisition this year, as well as some great tips on how to take advantage of the ever- changing economy and upcoming technology.
How To Get the Most Out of Your New Hires From Day One
As we approach the New Year, many of you may be thinking about new hires. At KNF&T we look forward to assisting you in finding those new employees, as we are keenly aware that you need to have the most productive new hire from day one. That is why we have included the article, How to Get the Most out of Your New Hires from Day One, inside the newsletter this month. The article includes some great tips such as starting the process before day one, engaging employees on day one, and helping employees foster successful relationships internally in your organization.
We've got good news and bad news
Good news: The job market is getting a lot better. Not so good news: More people are trying to steal your best employees away. So how will you retain your top talent? Download this FREE publication to discover how to minimize unplanned turnover.
Recruiting Technology: Are you keeping up or losing talent?
If you're looking for better ways to find, evaluate and retain talent, check out this intro to some of the hottest trends and technologies in recruiting today.
10 Interview Questions You Must Ask
Did you know that a bad personality fit is the most common reason for a bad hire? But how can you tell if someone will really fit into your corporate culture? Here are 10 questions you can ask to ensure the person you are about to hire is a great match for your company.
Inspire Your Employees Now
Increasing employee morale is not easy when workers are stressed about the economy and worried about their jobs. Quick morale boosters like ice cream socials and on-site massages can serve as a nice break in the day--but they don't have a long-term impact. So what does? This month's feature article has four basic principles for inspirational success.
Do You Know Who You are Really Hiring?
According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 30 percent of small business failure is caused by employee theft. And the cost of making a bad hire can be two to seven times an employee's salary. To mitigate your risk of hiring objectionable or even dangerous employees, background checks are essential.
Show Me The Money! How to spend less on staffing
When you're looking to save money, staffing is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. But maybe it should be!