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The cost of replacing an employee – it’s more than you think

Workable

When you’re an HR manager, you know this drill all too well: Sally walks into your office one day and deposits herself in a seat across from your desk with a sigh. You may be saying: “Well, that’s just in manufacturing.

Looking Ahead: 6 Employer Branding Trends to Watch Out For in 2018

Blu Ivy Group

Less of a requirement for the employer brand to look exactly like the corporate brand. This doesn’t mean that your employer branding strategy will ever be at odds with your corporate strategy – it just means your branding dollars will have more net sum impact.

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A new operating model for talent acquisition

HR Times

That means linking recruitment more closely to overall corporate strategy as well as promoting a smoother ride for candidates through the process. But, they filled open positions 20 percent faster and had 40 percent less turnover in new hires.

A new operating model for talent acquisition

HR Times

That means linking recruitment more closely to overall corporate strategy as well as promoting a smoother ride for candidates through the process. We found surveyed companies that connected hiring the most with strategy (13 percent of our survey) spent twice as much per new recruit as the companies that were the most reactive (35 percent). But, they filled open positions 20 percent faster and had 40 percent less turnover in new hires.

The cost of replacing an employee – it’s more than you think

Workable

When you’re an HR manager, you know this drill all too well: Sally walks into your office one day and deposits herself in a seat across from your desk with a sigh. You may be saying: “Well, that’s just in manufacturing.

The cost of replacing an employee – it’s more than you think

Workable

When you’re an HR manager, you know this drill all too well: Sally walks into your office one day and deposits herself in a seat across from your desk with a sigh. You may be saying: “Well, that’s just in manufacturing.