Job postings are a cheap way to generate a lot of candidates quickly, and that is why many companies still use them. It is not uncommon for a top employer to receive hundreds or even thousands of applications for a publicly advertised role. However, job postings rarely attract the best, most qualified candidates- especially at the executive level.
When you start a new job, it is incredibly valuable to have someone other than your boss who understands your role and who can answer questions and provide relevant perspective and advice. In this article, we will look at the power of a peer mentor.
During a new hire’s first few weeks, it’s especially important to make sure that someone feels comfortable and supported. This article features a key strategy to help someone get off to a smooth start.
Some reports estimate that 20% of new employees resign within 45 days. This article features the #1 key to keep a new employee happy.