You’ve recruited and interviewed several candidates. Two of them came back for second interviews. And in the final analysis, it’s clear that both are great candidates for the job. That’s a good problem to have! But it can also make choosing the right one a challenge. When it comes to making the final decision, ask
Job hopping means frequently changing jobs. While many career experts believe job hopping is a bad idea, some say it can be beneficial. It is certainly becoming more acceptable to the younger generation. Only 13 percent of millennials believe employees should stay in one job five years or longer. But 41 percent of baby
Performance reviews are a great opportunity to reinforce solid performers and help get poor ones back on track. Done the right, the process of evaluating employees can improve employee performance. Here are 3 tips on how to evaluate your employees in the best way. 1. Set Expectations Early The goals and tasks for employees
Across the U.S., approximately 51 percent of employees are either actively looking for a job or open to offers if one comes along. That’s not good news for human resources and hiring managers. It takes time to recruit and train employees who then leave. It will also cost up to 150 percent of their salary.