Recognize Toxic Candidates Before You Hire Them

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In an environment where staff shortages are still causing problems for employers more than two years after the COVID-19 pandemic began, it’s tempting to hire candidates who are “on the bubble” when it comes to qualifications and experience. But if you’re not careful, your eagerness to fill staff openings may allow some truly toxic candidates… Read more »

Ways to Make Your Onboarding Program More Fun

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In today’s competitive job market, acquiring quality talent is at a premium. So is keeping it. Luckily, what you do in your new hires’ first days with the company can set them up to be successful and keep them around for the long haul. In fact, a study by the Brandon Hall Group found that… Read more »

What’s Your Employee Value Proposition?

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The job market is in a great period of upheaval. Staff shortages have forced employers to step up their recruiting efforts and add hiring incentives that would have sounded absurd a few years ago. For example, The Economist reports that truck drivers in Portland, Oregon, are getting $30,000 signing bonuses.   You probably don’t have that… Read more »

Capitalize on These Hiring Trends in 2022

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As we enter 2022, many employers are still dealing with the hiring crises that COVID-19 has brought about. But the new year also brings with it new opportunities. Here are five hiring trends that you can take advantage of – provided you get on top of them.  Make the Hiring Experience Seamless Across Platforms  One… Read more »

5 Reasons Your Employees are Leaving You

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When an employee leaves your company, it means losing the time and resources invested in that individual. It also means finding someone new to fill the gap, which means even more money and effort needs to be invested. That’s why successful companies try to figure out what might cause employees to leave the company in… Read more »

Five Interview Questions You Should ask Candidates for Accounts Payable Positions

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Employers typically have a broad bank of interview questions to ask candidates for job openings. However, certain critical roles require a specific set of skills, and employers need to drill down for these positions with specific skill requirements. Take, for instance, accounts payable. Employers looking to hire in that area need interview questions that focus… Read more »