Approximately one in three businessesare anticipating more employee turnover in 2013, according to a study by the AMA Enterprise, as reported by Business and Legal Resources.
In today's uncertain economic environment, businesses are using any means necessary to get ahead, and one of the best ways to do so is through a comprehensive employee recruiting process.
According to a recent report by business research firm Aberdeen Group, many best-in-class companies are using employee recruiting technology to identify top talent, improve customer satisfaction and boost worker engagement.
When engaging in employee recruiting, it's important for companies to remember that there are two specifications to keep in mind - job and personal - according to HR Magazine.
A human resources information system is comprised of a database or series of databases that allow companies to track information about current and former workers, as well as prospective employees.
For human resources departments seeking to revamp their employee recruiting techniques to hire the perfect candidate for the job, many companies are turning to competency frameworks.
According to CareerBuilder's annual job forecast, this year's employee recruiting landscape will echo 2011.
As part of a new employee recruiting trend, resumes are becoming less important as employers focus on potential candidates' internet presence, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Temporary and contract hiring will increase in 2012, according to a recent CareerBuilder survey.
Small businesses have an employee recruiting advantage, according to Business Insider.
Dealing with rising employee churn rates
The benefits of an HR information system
Employee recruiting for small businesses
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