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Design What You Want Or Deal With What You Get! By: Kim Shepherd | Aug 4th 2012 – A rushed recruitment and hiring process and poor planning typically results in wasted time, rework and, often, a less-than-stellar hire. To avoid these pitfalls, stop and take some valuable time up front to get very clear on what you need, what you want and how you plan to get it. Tags: Vets Trade One Battleground For Another By: Kim Shepherd | Apr 13th 2012 – The existing job candidate glut, primarily created by the recession, will soon be flooded with nearly one million vets with the pull back of troops by the U.S. military around the globe. Tags: 5 Tips To Building A Successful "cloud Culture" For Your Company By: Kim Shepherd | Mar 2nd 2012 – As more companies are realizing and using the benefits of transitioning to a virtual model, virtual work environments, or the "cloud culture," will be the norm. The key to sustaining performance, productivity and profit in the "clouds" is to continually focus on and build out your culture. Keeping people truly connected and … Tags: Thinking About Taking Your Company Virtual? Aim For The Clouds By: Kim Shepherd | Feb 7th 2012 – Though 2012 has just begun, smart business leaders are already looking ahead, planning where their organizations will need to be in 2015. More and more companies are realizing the benefits of transitioning to a virtual model, and in a few years, virtual work environments, or "cloud culture," will be the norm. Here are the t … Tags: Healing Employment – Retention And Development By: Kim Shepherd | Dec 1st 2011 – An effective employment process is critical for employers when seeking to add new members to their staff. There are seven stages in the process, and employers must understand and effectively implement each stage in order to engage potential employees and therefore successfully select, onboard, and KEEP the best candidates i … Tags: Healing Employment – Hiring And Onboarding By: Kim Shepherd | Oct 28th 2011 – Once you’ve succeed at attracting quality applicants, suited and sifted through your applicant pool to select your top candidates, and connected personally and professionally with your finalists, you don’t want to inadvertently abort your mission in the offer stage! How you ONBOARD precious new hires sets the tone for their … Tags: Healing Employment – Interviewing Reality Check By: Kim Shepherd | Oct 6th 2011 – As talk of our nation’s unemployment rate continues to surface in the media, employers must re-focus on how to better recruit and hire new employees for their companies. With renewed attention to the seven stages of engagement in the process of finding new recruits, employers need to understand and potentially repair each s … Tags: Healing Employment — Sifting & Suiting For Effective Selection By: Kim Shepherd | Aug 28th 2011 – There are seven stages of engagement in the employment recruiting and hiring process. Today’s recruiting environment, however, reveals that each of these stages is currently broken. Companies need to re-evaluate their hiring processes and apply creative tips for success at each critical stage. This article addresses the sec … Tags: Human Capital Goals By: Kim Shepherd | Jul 22nd 2011 – This year, human resource professionals should take the challenge to make some "Human Capital New Year’s Resolutions." Employers need to become "employers of choice" and treat their employees as their greatest assets. Tags: How To Attract Good Employees By: Kim Shepherd | Jul 17th 2011 – There are seven stages of engagement in the employment recruiting and hiring process. Today’s recruiting environment, however, reveals that each of these stages is currently broken. Companies need to re-evaluate their hiring processes and apply creative tips for success at each critical stage. This article addresses ways to … Tags: Hiring Vets Is Good Business By: Kim Shepherd | Jun 16th 2011 – As the economy continues to recover, employers, large and small, should consider hiring a talented and qualified American veteran. Tags: 相关的主题文章:

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