Offering employee benefits can help employers demonstrate their commitment to their workforce, attract new employees, retain top performers, and remain competitive in the marketplace.
To help maintain a safe and productive workplace, employers should adequately train their employees on their obligations under the law and to the company. Employers can develop an effective training program by implementing trainings required by law, as well as trainings that can help employees and supervisors succeed in the workplace.
When receiving requests for employment references for a former employee, many employers ponder how much information to provide. Employers are concerned that if they provide information about the former employee’s performance or personality that response could come back to haunt them.
In a previous post, I interviewed ADP interns to learn the most effective ways to recruit millennials. This time, I asked recently hired, full-time millennials about their experiences, with the intention of gaining insights on retaining young talent.
Social media recruiting is an effective way to make direct connections to savvy individuals and attract employees that fit with your company culture and core values. In fact, in a study conducted by the recruiting software platform specialist Jobvite among 800 HR and talent acquisition professionals, 89% of U.S.