We don’t know about you, but there are about a million things we’d rather spend that kind of money on than to recover from the ill effects of one bad hire. So when we read about a survey of 2,494 hiring managers and HR professionals by CareerBuilder that found 69% of employers reported that their [...]
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When a new hire fails, whose really to blame? The new employee who didn’t deliver what he or she claimed they could, or the employer who didn’t get it right?
If you are in the middle of the very stressful hiring process, don’t forget that how you treat candidates reflects on your company’s reputation.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and anew CareerBuilder survey on the cost of a bad hire. The survey also found that 69 percent of employers reported that bad hires lowered their company’s productivity, affected worker morale and even resulted in legal issues. Ugh!
There’s a lot of advice out there for applicants and job seekers on how to present yourself during the hiring process. In this post, we’d like to take a moment to talk about how employers and their hiring staff ought to come across. Sure, you are offering a new career opportunity for the lucky applicant who gets your offer. But, if you want to reel in a prize catch, it would help to lure them in with your best behavior during the hiring process.
Not only that, he wrote the first resume. That’s according to a very fun historical slide show we watched called “The 500-Year Evolution Of The Resume”. We thoroughly enjoyed this history lesson, and hope you do too.