It's been said that a company is only as strong as its employees. If that's true (and we think it is), there's an enormous responsibility on HR departments to find, vet and, ultimately hire the perfect team members. And the quicker the better!
It’s ridiculously easy to copy a job description from another business, so if you’re reading this article, it means that you’ve chosen a better way: writing it yourself.
Using a copied or slightly revised job description automatically means average quality candidates because it’s not tailored to the real needs of your business. On the other hand, creating a custom, engaging and effective job description that describes a perfect candidate for your business will attract better talent. Why? Because hiring the best talent begins with attracting the right talent.
Modern businesses are driven by analytics and the right course of action is often determined by the data and statistics available. Human resources is no different.
In this blog, we'll discuss nine surprising HR stats that you need to know and how each of them can be used to improve your company.