Make a better hiring decision by weighing both sides. Employee referrals are great. Sometimes. Before you take the word of an employee on the next ‘perfect hire,’ be sure to weigh the benefits against the potential issues to help guide you as you make your hiring decision. Pros: If you like and trust your referring

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Why your company needs an employee handbook Legal and financial. Those are the two primary reasons every company should have an employee handbook. For small businesses, drafting a handbook might seem like an inefficient use of valuable temporal resources, however, in the long run, it pays off exponentially in time, money, and peace of mind.

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Why you should give your patients “the spa treatment” Think of an ideal spa experience: As you drive to the spa, you recall that the person who called to confirm your appointment sounded lovely on the phone. And from the moment you walk in the reception area, you’re made to feel special. You get the

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What are team or group interviews? There is some confusion about the terms “team interviews” and “group interviews.” One, because the two terms are often used interchangeably, and two, because they can mean either of two things: when interviewers get together in a group and simultaneously meet with a single candidate, or when one interviewer

Why Do a Pre-hire Assessment?

Wednesday, 26 July 2017 by

Hire the right person for the job, right from the start. Envision the following scenarios: You’ve brought in a dozen candidates for interviews for front desk sales associate positions at your health club. Several people seem promising, but you don’t have positions for all of them. How are you going to choose who will get

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