Category: Recruitment & Retention

Practical and Proven Ideas For Gaining New Clients

Posted by Rachel HauckPosted on Operations & Processes, Recruitment & Retention

Practical and Proven Ideas for Gaining New Clients

Maintaining a steady stream of new customers and clients is vital to any business. Without new customers purchasing your products or services, there wouldn’t be enough cash to keep your business viable long-term. It is important to have a solid strategy for attracting new customers as well as maintaining a strong professional relationship with your potential market. First impressions mean … Read More

4 Key Positions To Add To Your Organization If You Want To Grow In 2020

Posted by Luke BradyPosted on Operations & Processes, Recruitment & Retention

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When you first begin your business, it may seem like doing everything on your own is the most cost-effective option. However, over time, it may be a good idea to bring in new people to help encourage growth and progress within your business. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, there were 28.8 million small businesses open in the United … Read More

How To Help An Intern

Posted by Luke BradyPosted on Recruitment & Retention

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With many recent college graduates and undergraduates looking for internships to build their resume and find employment after school, it’s important to know how to effectively use an intern for your company. Laying out a path to help them learn essential traits for their future career will not only benefit them but your organization as well. Compensation is important One … Read More

How to Keep Employees On Board

Posted by Rachel HauckPosted on Recruitment & Retention

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With the high cost that goes into hiring and training new employees, employee retention is crucial to any business. Research even suggests the process can cost twice as much as an employee’s salary to hire a replacement. Not to mention lowered morale and performance levels of those employees that stay. It is easy to agree that keeping employees on board … Read More