Continuous improvement is how businesses survive, and it’s the companies responsibility to always be looking for ways to improve. Whether searching for a solution to be more productive or looking at how you can maximize one of your current strategies, there are many steps that can be taken to give yourself a competitive advantage. In this edition of #RedBranchWeekly, ClearCompany gives some advice on how to ensure that your job descriptions are compliant. Looking to save some money in The New Year? PeopleTicker follows up by providing some insight on how you can reel back on contingent labor costs.
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Accurate job descriptions are a keystone of employment law compliance. When you clearly and precisely state the essential job functions of a role, you eliminate any potential for doubt or controversy about what a candidate or employee must be able to do to meet their job requirements. Read more…
Talent Tech Labs: Why Investments in Talent Acquisition Technology Will Continue to Surge
Funding and deal activity in the HR technology landscape hit $2.4 billion across 383 deals in 2015. That’s a 62% growth in funding compared to 2014 and a 707% growth compared to 2011. With the growth in HR technology investments comes a natural increase in Talent Acquisition technology investments. Take a look:
PeopleTicker: Reeling Contingent Labor Costs Back in 2017
Whether 2016 was a great year for you or a rough one—financially, personally, socially— 2017 is a chance for change and new beginnings. The start of the new year presents a perfect opportunity to begin managing your contingent workforce and saving money for real. Here are our simple tips to effectively lower your contingent workforce costs:
We all know that a performance management system is the key to engaged employees. Because it’s so vital to company productivity, it’s likely you already have a performance management system in place, and you might think the transition to microfeedback is too big of a change to be realistic. Read more…
Employees are arguably one of the most valuable assets to a company, and how long a company can retain employees can be a true sign of company culture and employee engagement. On average it takes 52 days to fill an open position and can cost employers around $4,000, so it’s key to get the position filled quickly and with quality candidates. Check THIS out: