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Testing 1, 2, 3: The Ins and Outs of Job Trial Periods

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It costs the average company $4,000 to hire a new employee, and that’s not including the additional costs that can result from a bad hire. A poor fit and exaggerated value can land your company in a world of financial hurt.

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Topics: Hiring Trends, Applicant Tracking Software, Recruiting Best Practices, Hiring for Small Business, Attracting Right Applicants, hiring strategy, qualified candidates, recruiting process, Onboard Entry-Level Employees, hyrell

Common Hiring Mistakes to Avoid to Foster a Great Company Culture

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Topics: Recruiting, Recruiting Challenges, Hiring Trends, Hiring & Recruiting Trends, Applicant Tracking Software, Hiring for Small Business, HR Technology, Attracting Right Applicants, culture fit assessments, hiring challenges, Company Culture, Hiring Process, Culture Fit, hiring technology, hiring strategy, applicant tracking software vendor, recruiting process, HR trends, work style, hyrell

4 Hiring Trends You Need to Know

Hiring Trends You Need to Know Hyrell Franchise Hiring

Ask any business owner why they do what they do and most will tell you it’s because they have a passion for it. They have a passion for the industry, the product, or may even be driven by a passion to do something that is entirely theirs. People buy into a franchise network for the same reason, but have the added benefit of established brand recognition, a support network of owners that have experienced exactly what you are going through, and a head start on more necessary (but vital) aspects of the business, like marketing materials, best practices, etc.

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Topics: Recruiting, Hiring, Hiring Trends, Hiring & Recruiting Trends, Recruiting Best Practices, Candidate Experience, Recruiting Advice, hiring strategy, hyrell

5 Tips for Managing Franchise Employees

 

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So, you bought a franchise – now what? A simple guide to hiring and managing franchise employees.

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Topics: Hiring, Hiring & Recruiting Trends, Applicant Tracking Software, Recruiting Best Practices, Hiring for Small Business, Attracting Right Applicants, online hiring organization, Online Hiring Systems, hiring challenges, Franchise Hiring, employee turnover, job satisfaction, Culture Fit, hiring strategy, qualified candidates, applicant tracking software vendor, HR trends

5 Tips for Hiring Franchise Employees

 

Hyrell tips for hiring franchise employees

So, you bought a franchise, now what? A simple guide to hiring and managing franchise employees. 

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Topics: Recruiting, Hiring Trends, Applicant Tracking Software, Recruitment Marketing,, Recruiting Best Practices, Hiring for Small Business, Online Hiring Systems, Hiring Process, hiring technology, job description, hiring strategy, qualified candidates, interview questions, applicant tracking software vendor, recruiting process, HR trends, hyrell

2019 Unemployment Rates You Need to Know

2019 unemployment rates 

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Topics: employee turnover, Hiring Process, hiring strategy, applicant tracking software vendor, HR trends, Applicant Flow, hyrell, unemployment rate

Hiring Strategy: Should You Always Be Hiring?

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Some career experts
say job seekers should always be actively looking for new job opportunities. If job seekers are always looking, should companies also continuously search for top candidates?

The answer is yes. Even if your business does not have a job opening right now, actively seeking out top candidates can lead to finding and expediting top quality new hires when a position opens up. Here are three reasons why you should always be hiring:

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Topics: hiring strategy

How Applicant Tracking Can Align Hiring Strategy With Hiring Practices

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Recent research by the Brandon Hall Group found more than half of organizations (61 percent) feel their top talent acquisition priority is hiring better talent. However, upon further investigation, it’s clear many of the same organizations are not taking the steps necessary to help achieve that goal.

The majority of survey respondents reported their hiring cycle is four weeks or longer, and 20 percent indicated it takes eight weeks or more to hire new employees. There are a variety of reasons why hiring cycles may be longer than desired. For example:

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Topics: Applicant Tracking, hiring strategy

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