Is your company's employee background check process thorough and secure? Here are five potential gaps to look for as you review your policies. If your company has a background check policy in place for employees, congratulations: you are already on your way to doing your due diligence in hiring, reducing your liability, and protecting the safety of your customers and workers. However, don't go getting comfortable or complacent just because you run background checks on your employees when you hire them.
We’ve all heard a lot about internships, but how important are they in the real world?
Some experts have noted that larger companies may hire as many as 90% of their workers from the ranks of their interns - but other companies are specifically advised against having interns. The correct answer to our question is “It depends.” Let’s take a look at the factors involved, how they affect the importance of an internship, and whether or not you need an internship.
We’ve all received that candidate that we recruiters and hiring managers call a “Job Hopper” These are the individuals that get a bad rap and generally do not stay at their current position for longer than two or three years. More often than not, these resumes always get disregarded and are never considered for future positions.
Recruiters receive hundreds of resumes daily for various open positions. To ensure the process is as painless as possible, I have included some tips to consider when working with a recruiter.