As the pandemic has left its mark, employees are leaving jobs at a rapid pace with 59% of organizations reporting an increase in turnover since 2020. This is driven by workers prioritizing remote flexibility and better benefits across all industries – not just healthcare or tech companies but also those that provide services like accounting for example! Meanwhile global talent shortages have reached 15 year highs while over 1/3 employers report difficulties filling positions due to lackluster salaries offered today.
Applying for a job is often the first significant interaction a potential employee has with your company. If the application process is viewed as too complicated, you may miss out on excellent applicants. This video will address some of those obstacles and provide some helpful information.
– Hiring is a marketing function
– Conduct an interview in less than 15 minutes
– Hiring tools can make all the difference
– Onboarding and training
– Key points for remote and hybrid teams
– Building company culture to retain top talent
Take a look at some books and resources that have inspired me and contributed to my company National Business Capital’s workplace culture.
Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…And Others by Jim Collins
Beyond Happiness: How Authentic Leaders Prioritize Purpose and People by Jenn Lim
The Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS)
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