How to Leverage Your 2018 Recruitment Budget


As a new year begins, finding new ways to fine tune our recruitment strategies and make the most out of the resources at hand is a major concern. And when it comes to putting your recruitment resources to good use, allocating them strategically is essential to reach your hiring goals. This might seem a tricky thing to do, but with these simple yet effective practices, your company will not only reduce its recruitment costs, but they will ultimately help you make the most out of your 2018 recru...

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The Unexpected Benefits of Engaging Candidates as Customers


“Treat your employees as you would treat your customers.” Catchy phrase, right? This expression has been bouncing around the business world as an effort to make high executives realize that one of the major factors that plays an important role in the success of a company is the overall happiness and satisfaction of their employees. But what if we said that it isn’t enough to just treat your employees as customers? This kind of treatment should start even before the hiring process. In othe...

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The Amazing Perks of Hiring Through Referrals


“I have a friend who would be perfect for this position”. Some people may call it nepotism, morally dubious, or simply wrong, but truth be told, when done properly, referring is one of the most effective methods of hiring. Most companies, regardless of their specialization, industry, or market, tend to have a variety of professionals in their staff in order to keep it going. They need people to manage their payrolls, accountants, lawyers, an HR team, or marketing specialists. All of these p...

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Employee Attrition: Why Is It So Common and How to Fix It?


Attrition, turnover, no matter what you call it, it’s probably affecting your company. It’s a term that you’ve probably heard many times if you’ve been in the HR industry for a while. If you haven’t, here’s the 101 on this infamous word, why it’s so common, and what are the possible solutions for the problem. First of all, you should know there are two types of turnover, one is positive for the company and the other one is very negative. Positive turnover means a position is left ...

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Is Your Company Actually Fit for Interns?


Have you ever considered hiring students for your company? Hiring an intern or having an internship program could probably be the next big move for your company. Students can bring fresh, new ideas to the table and their constant energy will definitely be welcome in a busy office. However, there are a couple of things you will need to take into consideration before deciding to hire interns in your company. In order to help you make up your mind, we have gathered both the reasons why you should...

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