Hire the Right Person for the Job with an Executive Placement Agency

Written by Wall Street News on March 18th, 2016. Posted in Human resources executive recruiters, Human resources staffing agencies, Outplacement services plano

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Hring new employees can be hard. Hiring new employees who will stay with your company for a long time can be even harder. Nearly 60% of American organizations say they think they have a problem with employee retention. andnbsp;Staff turnover can cost a business somewhere between 30 to 150% of that staffer’s salary. As many as 22% of all new hires do not last more the 45 days. The most common reasons they leave are bad performance and/or having the wrong temperment. Because hiring new staff is such an issue for so many companies, a lot of businesses are opting to outsource these decisions to anandnbsp;executive placement agency.

What are the benefits of using anandnbsp;executive placement agency or talent acquisition management service?

It can be cheaper than hand

It’s Not Hard to Build Loyalty Within Your Company Find Out How Here

Written by Wall Street News on February 11th, 2016. Posted in Fpl partners, Human resources executive search firms, Human resources staffing agencies

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We all want to get ahead in our business, as we should. People now are moving from position to position, company to company more often than ever. Company loyalty is now more than ever a thing of the past — it’s rare to find younger individuals who have been at one company for over five or eight years. On one hand, it’s understandable — you want to go where the better paying positions and higher ranking jobs are. On the other hand, it can be extremely frustrating for companies who want to cultivate a long standing relationship with their employees and have them rise within the company. Too much turnover can also be quite costly — according to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average cost can be about 30% of the first year’s potential earnings of hiring that person. Ouch! So how do you minimize the r