It’s usually very clear why a company would invest in hiring an excellent law or accounting firm to represent their interests. These two industries offer services that save their clients countless amounts of money annually. Business owners easily see the intrinsic value of investing in these firms, yet often have a hard time seeing the benefits of investing in their company’s human resources.
Recruitment Services: Attract Better Talent
It is necessary for a firm to identify the skill set that they are seeking in a potential employee in order to target their search appropriately. An empowered Human Resources team is able to clearly identify their firm’s hiring needs and is less limited in the tools available when seeking out the best ways to fill those positions. In the long run, better hiring practices will bring better employees.
Employee/Labor Relations: Minimize Employee Turnover
Maintaining high levels of job satisfaction amongst staff is the key to keeping long-term employees, especially in this tumultuous economy. By investing in Human Resources, companies are able to stay on the leading edge of benefits; employees can trust that their employer cares about their health and happiness, adding to their overall opinion of their workplace.
Human Resources Management: Increase Productivity
By identifying and targeting productivity goals, firms are able to set realistic expectations for growth and monitor progress over time. Additionally, maintaining long-term staff allows for growth and development within a position, allowing employees to bring more beneficial skill sets to the table and positively impact their work environment.
By putting these ideas into practice with Human Resources Outsourcing, companies are able to focus directly on the task at hand and become more productive and thus, more profitable. What would your company be capable of accomplishing if you streamlined your operations through HR Outsourcing?
I wanted to take a moment to sincerely thank you for all your assistance during this hiring process with Job Corps, You have a natural ability to make people feel at ease while talking with you and that makes for a more confident candidate! Normally in my current position I am the one interviewing people for positions so this was a change for me to be on the other end and you deserve a lot of credit for helping me get the position.
So thanks again for a job very well done! I look forward to staying in touch with you via e-mail to let you know how things progress.
In part 1 of this 4 part series we explored the first step of the selection interviewing framework listed below. In part 2 we discussed the preparation of interview questions. In part 3 we explored the correct way to conduct the interview itself. Part 3 addressed the third stage of the framework, name gathering evidence. Finally part 4 will put the entire process together. As always we will refer to the selection interviewing framework shown below. To read the rest of the article, click here the-employment-interview-part-4
In part 1 of this 4 part series we explored the first step of the selection interviewing framework listed below. In part 2 we discussed the preparation of interview questions. In part 3 we will explore the correct way to conduct the interview itself. As always we will refer to the selection interviewing framework shown below. Part 3 addresses the third stage of the framework, name gathering evidence. To read the rest of the article, click here the-employment-interview-part-3
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