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Now hiring: back to school edition

Recently, we shared some tips for employers to make the most of their hiring once school’s back in session. But for some employers, the end of summer means turnover and a pressing need for new hires. Some of your best employees could be gearing up for school to start or off to college. The end…

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Calculate your potential paperless savings

  This is the final entry in a series of blog posts helping employers learn more about hiring online and what it can do for them. Read the previous post here.  So we’ve covered the basics of going paperless and even busted a myth or two, but you may still need some convincing that online hiring is the…

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The curse of low turnover

Businesses dominated by hourly employees are often plagued with high turnover rates, sometimes well above 100 percent. With such high turnover, it makes sense that these businesses should put a lot of stock in their recruitment strategies. After all, they’re almost always recruiting. But if a business doesn’t have industry-typical high turnover rates, does that…

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End “Groundhog Day” hiring

In the movie “Groundhog Day”, Bill Murray’s character is stuck living Groundhog Day over and over again in Punxsutawney, Pa. Living the same events multiple times drives him batty and he ends up doing crazy things like robbing an armored car and kidnapping Punxsutawney Phil. In the end, he learns that he just needs to…


Money doesn’t buy employee engagement

Companies in hourly workforce-intensive industries like retail and foodservice tend to have a knee-jerk response to high turnover: it is what it is. Raising hourly rates competes with keeping prices low, which is a major draw for customers. Throwing money at employees is not going to buy you customer love. There is a way, without raising…


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