Posts Tagged: Staffing Solutions in Houston

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Money operates as an obvious selling point when bringing in new employees. This makes sense. Candidates are looking for a good financial situation. Meanwhile, compensation provides an easily comparable statistic candidates can use to consider competing opportunities. But culture can supply an equally enticing draw. While not as easily communicated as a salary level, a… Read more »

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Does it seem like all the great light industrial workers in Houston are going to other companies? Hiring great people in today’s market can be a challenge, but if you feel like you’re constantly losing out on great people, it’s time to take a good hard look at your hiring process to understand why candidates… Read more »

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No matter how effective you are as a recruiter, there will come a time when an order is extremely difficult to fill. Perhaps all of your best people are on assignment. Maybe the job order requires a specific skill that your team doesn’t normally recruit for. Or perhaps the market is just experiencing a dry… Read more »

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Many companies believe high turnover is just part of the cost of doing business today. However, when you find a top-performing employee, you want to do everything you can to keep them. If you have noticed your best people aren’t sticking around, use these strategies to improve satisfaction and turn the tide. Conduct Both Exit… Read more »

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  The old adage, “Good people are hard to find,” has been true since the dawn of business. Another truism is this: Not only are good employees difficult to find, they can be even harder to keep. When you find good women and men, retention is critical for the success of your business. The cost… Read more »

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Hiring decisions are usually based on immediate need. Who do you need in a position today to get the job done and keep things moving forward? However, a strong hiring plan considers more than just the needs of right now. It thinks about the needs of your business in the future, as well. Hiring employees… Read more »