March 29 , 2017

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Instead Of The Cost Of Hire?Measure The Cost Of A Bad Hire

If your company has a turnover of 20% per year and all of your new hires are mediocre, it will only take 5 years for all of your entire workforce to be mediocre. The cost of a “bad hire” for a software engineer can exceed a million dollars, for a CEO it could be as much as $1.4 Billion (Ask ... Read More »

Becoming an Employer of Choice – Part II

FIRST STEPS IN BECOMING AN EMPLOYER OF CHOICE (EOC) Do a preliminary survey of top management to identify possible support or resistance.   Do a benchmark study of current EOC firms that you wish to emulate. Place special focus on firms that have “recently” begun/successfully completed the transition to an EOC. Do an external PR analysis of the company’s image ... Read More »

Becoming an “Employer of Choice”

Have a shortage of candidates? An “Employer of Choice” (EOC) like HP, for example may get as many as 1,000 resumes a day! Becoming an EOC isn’t easy but it certainly can help solve your shortage of applicants. An EOC is a conscious corporate-wide employment strategy designed to re-make a company image as “a great place to work.” EOC is ... Read More »

“Intraplacement”: Reduce Retention Problems By Increasing The Internal Movement Of Your Employees

Intraplacement is a dynamic process that uses the tools and strategies of external search and applies them to internal candidates. Internal candidates are superior to external candidates because they usually have a much higher success rate in their new jobs than external candidates. This is because they already know “our” culture and they have already performed well in it. But ... Read More »

42 Things You Can Do to Improve the Quality of Your Employment Function

This is a list of employment practices a recruiter might consider as you attempt to move into 21st century HR: Do a survey of all hires and ask them why they accepted the job (and what were their concerns).   Do a survey of all rejected offers and find out what were the deciding factors in their decision. Consider your ... Read More »

Rethinking Interviews – The “Fut R View”: A Better Way To Hire

Most interview strategies were developed long before the “Internet” age when the speed of change in business was rather slow. However, if your business is in a rapidly-changing environment, you will need new tools that can tell you more about the future possibilities of a candidate than what they did years ago. Does your business require “outside-the-box” solutions that didn’t ... Read More »

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Revelation! Unconscious Bias Hurts Your Hiring Results Across All Candidates

One of the primary reasons why increasing amounts of technology are entering the recruiting space is the recognition that recruiters and hiring managers harbor a great deal of unconscious bias, which has a negative impact on a firm’s recruiting results. I live in the Silicon Valley, where in an effort to increase diversity hiring many high-tech firms have rushed to ... Read More »