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Posted by Insightlink on 07/23/21
The Contingent Workforce: Everything You Need to Know
Being able to hire people from across the world whenever you want is one of the best things that has happened to 21st-century business. This sort of freedom is unprecedented and it allows you to build your workforce freely and without any limitations. This also means that your workforce is fluid and contingent and that you’ll always keep seeing new faces. That might not be the worst thing in the world, though, especially if you’re not afraid of challenges and difficult scenarios. If you’re currently in the process of building a contingent workforce or thinking about doing that soon, here are a few things you’ll need to know.Read full post
Posted by Insightlink on 07/21/21
Why HR Should Continue Using Video Interviews
The COVID-19 pandemic changed our world in many ways, especially how we work. Among the changes was the realization that it was no longer necessary to be in a physical office to conduct business effectively, and that went for the human resources department as well. The use of video was a big part of this revolution as many HR professionals began interviewing candidates online so they could continue to keep their companies fully staffed.
Now that vaccines are making the rounds, many companies are returning to the office, but even if most aspects of our jobs return to normal, video interviews should remain the standard. There are many benefits of video interviews to both HR teams and potential candidates, including easier access to a more diverse workforce and improved ease of use across the board. Let’s look at why companies should continue this trend.Read full post
Posted by Insightlink on 07/20/21
What is a Staffing Agency and Why Do You Need One?
As a company owner or manager, there comes a time when you are required to hire staff to assist you in performing some duties, but you don’t have a clue as to where you will start. Finding qualified workers can be an uphill task, especially in an industry that requires specialization. You might also be seeking a job, and you don’t know where to begin. You can ease these processes by utilizing the services of a staffing agency.
A staffing agency, such as https://www.workkerapp.com/, also known as a recruiting firm, refers to a firm or organization whose main work is matching companies or employers with the right job candidates. They act as the middleman between employees and employers. Of course, they do this for a small fee. All you need to do as the employer is contact or register with the firm’s online portfolio, give a vivid description of the type of workers you need, and handle the staff hunting. When they find the right candidate for the job, they will connect you to the candidate at a small fee.Read full post
Posted by Insightlink on 07/13/21
Tips To Effectively Recruit Better Candidates
Finding an employee whose skills align with the open position and fit the company's culture is gratifying for recruiters and employers alike. Choosing the wrong employees is a costly mistake for companies. Besides affecting their bottom line, it also affects their employee morale and office productivity.
There is no guarantee that we can completely avoid a bad hire. However, you can significantly reduce the risk of selecting the wrong candidate while ensuring you attract the best candidates. We have put together a list of tips for fine-tuning your recruitment efforts to help you get started.Read full post
Posted by Insightlink on 07/12/21
Why a Company Should Have Managed IT Services
To manage IT sources, a third-party contractor is outsourced for computer-based processes. Managed IT services anchorage AK comes with a cost, but it is worthwhile. Read on to understand the reasons for using it.
Posted by Insightlink on 07/02/21
How HR Managers Can Coordinate a Transition Back to the Office
Although many businesses are eager to return to life at the office, many of their employees don’t share the same enthusiasm. Whether they’re still fearful of falling ill, have become accustomed to remote work, have family obligations, or another reason, employees are thinking long and hard about transitioning back to the office.
HR managers take on a tough challenge in helping employees get settled in the office after months of working from home. You want everyone involved to be confident, comfortable, and relatively happy in the transition. But often, that isn’t the case.
Fortunately, there are various things you can do as an HR professional to coordinate a seamless transition back to the office. Here are five of them.
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