Is a “Stay Interview” The Secret Weapon to Employee Retention?

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Last month, we provided some hints for dealing with staff shortages brought about by the “Great Resignation.” Here’s another coping strategy that could give your retention a boost.  Most employers have some form of exit interview in which they capture data from departing employees on the good and bad experiences they had while they worked… Read more »

Attract Candidates with an Attention-Grabbing Job Title

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We recently provided some advice for getting the most out of your job listing. But there’s an overlooked key to successfully marketing a job – the title of the job itself. Before candidates can see your job description, they have to click your link out of what can seem an endless scroll of jobs. That means your job title needs to stand out. With that in mind, here are a few tips for giving your job an… Read more »

Beating the Clock – Dealing With Employees Who Habitually Leave Early

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Millennials (loosely defined as those born between 1980 and 2000) tend to have a bad reputation. They’ve been described in social media as “entitled,” “hyper,” “pampered,” and other disparaging words. And recently, they’ve been criticized for their tendency to leave work early.  But the fact is that this trend isn’t restricted to millennials. And it’s not… 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 »