Posts Categorized: HR Advice and Tools

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Does your hiring process align with today’s employment trends?

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According to countless sources, the best candidates are off the market in 10 days. This comes as a shock to companies who haven’t had to hire in the last few years, as it wasn’t always a candidate driven market and hiring was a much slower process. Keep up with your competition! Here are some hiring…

6 Common Misconceptions of the Staffing Industry

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Looking for an additional resource to continue building your business, but hesitant about partnering with a staffing agency? For over 35 years, recruiters at KRG have worked hard as a team to squash the myths and misconceptions floating around about our industry. Here are some the most common misconceptions we clear up for local organizations…

7 Signs It’s Time to Expand Your Workforce

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There are so many factors to consider when running a business, including knowing the right time to add to your staff. Looking at your budget, hiring is something that can easily get put on the back burner as other expenses arise. Although it may appear that you are saving money by not hiring more workers…

The Importance of Offboarding

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Successfully integrating new employees into your organization, also known as onboarding, is something most companies put a lot of time and effort into perfecting. Although properly onboarding your new hires is incredibly important, offboarding departing employees is a process that also needs time and attention. Offboarding is more than just changing company passwords and cutting…

Contemplating firing an employee? Ask yourself these questions first.

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Although there are plenty of rewarding aspects of being a manager, there will come unfortunate times where you will need to decide whether or not to let an employee go. Obviously the entire termination process can be emotionally challenging and gut-wrenching, but it should never be an impulsive decision. To be sure you are making…

5 Perks Your Employees Want This Summer

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In a city where winter just lingered until late April, failing to be flexible as an employer during the summer months is a mistake too many organizations make. You can’t blame your employees for being a bit distracted when the summer weather finally hits, so it’s important to offer summer employee benefits that will keep…

3 Signs an Employee is about to Quit

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Your best employee just handed you their letter of resignation. How did you not see this coming? Blindsided and panic-stricken, you realize you have minimal time to find a replacement. To avoid being caught off guard in the future, here are some signs to help you realize an employee is about to quit. Working hard…

How Professional Development Improves your Business

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Professional Development – Process of improving and increasing capabilities of staff through access to education and training opportunities in the workplace, through outside organization, or through watching others perform the job. Professional development helps build and maintain morale of staff members, and is thought to attract higher quality staff to an organization. Professional development, career…

How to Pick Between Two Qualified Candidates

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The hiring process is unpredictable. Most of the time, you invest months into trying to find a decent candidate for your open position and still come away empty-handed. However, once in a blue moon, the unheard of happens. What happens when you meet not one, but two perfect candidates for your opening? Although this situation…

Why You Should Let Your Employees Work From Home

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Flexibility and work life balance are key words that will attract any applicant looking for a new position. Allowing your employees to work from home is a great benefit to offer that promotes both of these things. This perk is becoming more than just a millennial trend that many companies are adapting, although we understand…