Recruitment

By Miranda Nicholson

Employee turnover can cost a business as much as 150 per cent of a position’s annual salary, which means retention is crucial to a company’s bottom line.

By Jay Ballard

A common complaint among companies is that it can be expensive to recruit quality talent – and if the new hire decides to leave shortly after joining a new organization, those expenses are a total loss.

By Evert Akkerman

Can organizations hire for “fit” without sacrificing diversity? Many organizations tout diversity and inclusivity all over their websites yet many shy away from bringing in people with a fresh perspective.

By Lisa Kopochinski

Large companies have long hired temporary workers at extra busy times or to help with special projects. Many smaller companies have been more hesitant to do so, but are taking the cue from their bigger counterparts – particularly due to the time and difficulty it can take to find the right full-time employee or a lack of resources to do so.

By Lisa Kopochinski

For decades, the traditional process of interviewing for a position has largely been structural and interrogative in nature. The candidate sits opposite the interviewer (or panel of interviewers) who generally fires off a list of questions while writing ubiquitous notes.

By Lisa Kopochinski

For decades, the traditional process of interviewing for a position has largely been structural and interrogative in nature. The candidate sits opposite the interviewer (or panel of interviewers) who generally fires off a list of questions while writing ubiquitous notes.