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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

Representative Retention: Control Your Customer Service

What is your current employee retention strategy? If you cannot immediately answer the question, or at least begin envisioning your current organizational approach to employee development, then we’ve already identified a core reason why you are continually hiring customer service representatives.

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Topics: Hiring Process, Onboard Entry-Level Employees

5 Tips to Improve How You Onboard Entry-Level Employees

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It’s no secret finding the right candidate for a job is often anything but easy. Entry-level positions can be particularly difficult to fill, as applicants customarily have little (if any) related work experience to help your decision making. So when you find a quality person for an entry-level job, you want him or her to stick around for years to come.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, young employees between the ages of 20 and 34—the ages you typically see for entry-level applicants—will only spend an average of 2.3 years with an employer. Some sources indicate employees will decide in as little as 10 days if they intend to stay with an organization or begin looking for a different job! This means successfully onboarding entry-level employees can reduce turnover. 

As an HR representative, the bulk of work associated with onboarding often falls on you. Now is the time to create a positive onboarding experience for entry-level employees. These tips will help you get started. 

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Topics: Hiring Process, Onboard Entry-Level Employees

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