This Is Absolutely Part Of A Company's Culture

Posted by Cathy Reilly on Apr 3, 2018 9:00:00 AM

 

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A friend of mine has been in a job search for a while now. She is a seasoned corporate relocation specialist. We met up for coffee recently and she told me about a trip she took from California to Philadelphia (on her dime) for a very promising job interview. She left the interview with the impression it went very well, headed back to the west coast and awaited further word.

I have another friend who is in an HR job search in Manhattan for several months now. She has
gone on numerous interviews, all of which seemed to go positively. So far, nothing concrete has materialized, but she is remaining optimistic.

Unfortunately, for my friends, after days and weeks of waiting for a response, job offers have not been extended. But, what is most striking is that despite both sending Thank You letters and follow up inquiries as to their status as viable candidates, neither were provided any type of response. Not a word. And, it’s this last piece of the job interview process that really stings for both of them.

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Topics: Onboarding, Recruiting & Hiring, Management, Human Resources, Staffing Services

5 Things Every Temp Should Know About Your Company

Posted by Cathy Reilly on Mar 27, 2018 9:00:00 AM

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Temporary employees are unrealized assets when placed for the first time inside a company. While it’s worthwhile to have a temp fill a talent gap that exists, temps do bring something else with them upon their initial arrival, and that is a knowledge gap. There is simply no way around having to educate temps to get them up and running into productivity and familiarized into the culture at your company.

Since training temps can happen in a snapshot fashion over what permanent employees experience, carefully consider timeliness mixed with high impact. Create training for temps new to your company, that helps them gain perspective and a sense of purpose in the unfamiliar waters they are about to navigate. Provide temps with some basic wisdoms and a dose of rationale, which can be very powerful building blocks for better performance.

Here are 5 things every temp should know about your company when they start:

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Topics: Onboarding, Human Resources, Training, Employee Experience, Temporary Employees, Staffing Services

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