Hiring and Recruiting Tips for Temporary Staffing, Direct Hire Staffing, Government Staffing, & Hospitality Staffing in Sarasota & Bradenton, FL.
Ad-VANCE Talent Solutions is proud to have recently partnered with Keiser University in Sarasota to help prepare graduating students for real-life interview situations. Keiser University offers a wide variety of programs in a wide range of fields, from Certificates to Doctorate programs. At Ad-VANCE, we always coach job seekers to dress professionally, have multiuple copies of their resume and references, and be prepared for anything. Among some of the standard interview questions that we suggest job seekers be prepared for are the ... Continue Reading →
Performance reviews can be an outstanding way to provide specific feedback (both positive and negative), gain buy-in from your staff, improve morale, and drive performance. But, they only work if you have a good implementation and follow-up plan.
The bad news: many companies don’t have a good plan in place. In fact, a survey conducted earlier this year found that only 45% of employees felt their managers provided good, consistent feedback. Additionally, ... Continue Reading →
As the economy slowly starts to turn around, more and more employers are turning to staffing agencies for employees. Many do not yet want to hire permanent employees, so they are hiring employees on a temporary basis before taking them on permanent. Employers can also save lots of money by avoiding HR costs and worker’s comp, unemployment, and state/federal taxes when using employment agencies. Until employers begin to do all of their own hiring again, staffing agencies are the best medium for finding employment, both ... Continue Reading →
A few tips from Ad-VANCE to ensure your interviews are conducted in a lawful manner…
For Employers: Before conducting candidate interviews, always ask yourself this one question: Can I demonstrate a job-related necessity for asking each interview question? An interview question should never be asked if it is not directly related to judging an applicant’s qualifications, level of skills, or overall competence for the position. It is advised to have some kind of interview outline to structure the direction ... Continue Reading →
Whether you call it onboarding or staff induction, the amount of time, effort and thought that you put into welcoming a new employee to your company will have a tremendous impact on how quickly they will be able to contribute to your bottom line. How can you get your new hires up to speed quickly?
According to author Michael Watkins, the founder and chairman of Genesis Advisers, there are four domains that new hires need to master: business orientation, expectations ... Continue Reading →
Recently, we shared our thoughts on 10 Ways to Retain Your Top Employees. In light of recent research, we thought we would share the Top 5 Reasons Employees Leave Their Jobs.
According to findings from Deloitte’s fourth annual “Ethics & Workplace Survey,”
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- • Forty-six percent of those who want to change jobs are mainly motivated by a loss of trust in their employers
- • Forty-six percent said a lack of transparent communication from their organization’s leadership was the reason why they were ...
As we begin to come out of a difficult recession, companies need to realize that their most valued employees will be presented with other opportunities. Instead of watching your top talent walk out the door as soon as they get a better offer, try following these 10 steps to retain your top performers:
1. Clearly identify the people you want to keep. In recent years, many executives have focused on whom they should get rid of rather than on whom they should ... Continue Reading →
As the Gulf Coast’s recognized leader in staffing solutions and the largest provider of staffing and HR services in two counties, we’ve screened and interviewed thousands of candidates over the years. We’ve seen every red flag a candidate can raise – from flat-out lies to major attitudes, from laziness to lack of wardrobe sense. Here is a list of the top 10 red flags to watch out for when interviewing prospective employees:
Red flag #1. The candidate has zero knowledge of ... Continue Reading →
If you’ve undergone any training in hiring and interviewing, you’re aware of the areas that you’re supposed to avoid asking about during an interview:
• Sexual Orientation
• National origin/birthplace
• Marital/family status
• Criminal history
• Military background
However, you may be asking improper questions unintentionally, if you are not careful in how you phrase them. And even a seemingly casual icebreaker can land you in hot water and open up your company to legal repercussions. There are appropriate ways to find ... Continue Reading →
Hiring the right people is central to the continuing growth and success of your business. Conducting interviews can feel like a waste of time, unless you use that time wisely. If you ask questions that identify job skills, target personal strengths and weaknesses and get a feel for someone’s sense of teamwork and cooperation, you will get a better idea of whether a candidate is the right one for you.
That doesn’t mean you should ask snooze-inducing questions like “Do you ... Continue Reading →