The demand for qualified candidates is at record highs. Such a competitive talent landscape means employers have to identify and hire great talent as soon as possible. But how do recruiters, HR, and managers pick candidates with the most potential? Big tech companies such as Zoom, Salesforce, and Surveymonkey ask the following questions to identify top candidates with great performance potential.
When it comes to business, we at Dominion believe every company should practice what it preaches. Our company is made up of about 60 employees, and each department uses our applicant tracking system when the time comes to hire new employees. The way we’ve designed this system allows each hiring manager to use it a little differently in order to maximize effectiveness and optimize the hiring process. Here are the three reasons we use our applicant tracking system (and why you should too!)
Human Resource Management (HRM) software has revolutionized the way that businesses manage their people on a daily basis. These platforms were initially started to enable organizations to become more efficient through digitizing many of their processes. Now, HRM software has given businesses the ability to involve their employees in an assortment of processes. This has dramatically changed the workflow to become not only more automated but also engaging. Now there are specific features of HRM software that are going to help your business to scale at a lower cost while also growing a company culture that embraces innovation.
If you’ve been fortunate enough to find a qualified, personable candidate who fits all the right molds of an open position it can feel like you won the jackpot. They interviewed with everyone well, have applicable experience, and can even start when you want them to. There’s just one more step to take: checking their references.
New on Thursday, 8/16
Our team here at Dominion works hard to develop a high-quality product that helps our clients manage all their Payroll and HR processes with ease. Because of this, we are constantly releasing product updates that improve our software to make it more intuitive and user-friendly than ever. Read on to see what updates will be made on the evening of Thursday, August 16.
Tips and Tools Every HR Professional Should Know About:
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Retention | Onboarding Software
Payroll | Online Payroll Software
Time & Attendance | Time & Attendance Software
Did you just open a new business? Perhaps you just started a new role at a company in the HR department. Whatever the case may be, it is a known fact that any HR role comes with a lot of stress and time-consuming tasks such as recruiting, onboarding, compensating employees, approving time off requests, maintaining policies and records, ensuring compliance, handling employee concerns and so on. All these tasks are important and there is no way around them, but luckily, there are ways to make those tasks easier and streamline your processes.
As you move up in the business world, you come to expect unwelcome setbacks and challenges. One of the biggest problems you will probably face most often is when an employee decides to leave for one reason or another. Even if you work for a large corporation, an employee leaving can cause a much higher impact than you might expect. The absence of a single employee can create a ripple effect that spreads to every corner of your business. Today I’m going to break down how turnover affects your business and the actual price tag that comes with replacing your former employees.