Understanding the dos and don’ts of a successful interview helps you conduct more productive conversations. This helps the interview process run smoothly. Conducting a successful interview helps you learn about a candidate’s knowledge, skills, and experience that are relevant to the role. You also can share the job duties and responsibilities, expectations, work environment, and… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Hiring Advice
How to Know the Difference Between Talent Advisors and Recruiters
Talent advisors and recruiters may be used interchangeably but have clear differences. They significantly differ in their approaches to specialization, hiring, and long-term relationships. You may consider contacting a recruiter if you are a hiring manager who needs to fill a role or a candidate looking for a job change. However, a talent advisor might… Read more »
Work-Life Balance: The Evolution
The generations of employees in the workforce have different ideas of work-life balance. Many of these differences are due to significant events each generation experienced during the period they grew up in. Maintaining a work-life balance helps reduce stress and prevent burnout. This helps your employees stay physically and mentally well. As a result,… Read more »
Why It Matters: Internal and External Equity in Compensation
Internal equity and external equity make up fair pay. Both are important for attracting and retaining the best employees. Prioritizing fair pay helps close the gender gap. Following processes to sustain fair pay throughout each employee’s tenure with your company also promotes this initiative. Discover why internal and external equity in compensation matter and how… Read more »
What Are Gen Z Job Seekers Looking for in a Workplace?
Gen Z was born between 1997 and 2002. Like other generations, they have unique perspectives and priorities about finding a job. Understanding what Gen Z is looking for in their job search helps attract them to your company. Filling their needs encourages them to remain with your organization long-term. Providing the following can help… Read more »
Employee Retention Starts Sooner Than You Think!
We are working in a highly competitive candidate market. This is why extending an offer and receiving acceptance do not always mean your candidate starts and transitions as planned. When you hire, your candidate may have been actively pursuing other roles. This means there still is competition for roles that they previously applied or interviewed… Read more »
Providing an Equitable Workplace Instead of an Equal One
Although “equality” and “equity” are different by only two letters, their meanings are significantly different. Whereas equality involves giving all employees the same resources, equity involves distributing these resources based on individual needs. Although equity and equality are important to all employees, understanding the issues is especially critical for managers and leaders. Knowing how equity… Read more »
What Can You Do About Disruptive Change?
In order for companies to thrive this year, they need to respond to the trends that impact how organizations operate. This includes looking beyond financial goals and focusing more on employee needs. Effective responses to the following trends can help establish transformative growth for increased business success. Companies that make modifications in line with the… Read more »
How to Add Internal Talent to Your Interview Process
Hiring for your accounting and finance team is a challenging process. You want a candidate with the right combination of education, skills, and experience to succeed in the role. This is why hiring internally can be so appealing. You know the candidate already was vetted, understands your company culture, and likely needs less time for… Read more »
Redefining the Value of Work: Managing the Employer-Employee Relationship
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to go on, the employer-employee relationship continues to be tested. Moving forward during this time of uncertainty requires defined expectations of what this relationship should look like. Although employers and employees may consider each other family, the reality is that they are not. The problem with thinking of employees as… Read more »