Posts by author: Joshua Lyford

Times are still rough. Employers are receiving resumes of people who are overqualified for the position they are applying for. But if the position being offered looks like a step down for them, it might make you apprehensive. You want a motivated employee who wants to work at your company, not someone who is settling […]

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One out of five of the top candidates will turn your job offer down. Candidates have options and they won’t accept your offer if some important aspects of the job aren’t included. The Organization’s Commitment Financial compensation is not the number one factor in recruiting. Closing the deal is also about showing the candidates how […]

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While it is important to speak kindly and clearly to possible employees, it is also important to maintain good relationships with existing employees. It’s always difficult to give criticism, especially to loyal and hardworking employees. However, sometimes it is necessary to let the employee know that a mistake was made and it needs to be […]

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The purpose of an employee satisfaction survey is to find out what your employees are pleased with, what they are concerned about, and what is important to them. But what good are the results if you cannot interpret them? You have to understand the answers in order to make the necessary changes. First of all, […]

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Hiring Mistakes

September 8, 2011 by

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 95 out of 100 new hires exaggerated to get their job. If you haven’t hired an outsourced staffing solutions company like Hire EQ, two out of three new hires will disappoint you. This could have been avoided by correcting a few mistakes. •Relying solely on interviews A study […]

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