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Ira S Wolfe

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Ask These 8 Question to Fix Employee Turnover

Posted by Ira S Wolfe on Nov 3, 2017 2:44:26 PM

 

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Topics: Training, Retention, Leadership, Turnover, Employee

Attracting Better Talent Can Start with a Simple "Thank You"

Posted by Ira S Wolfe on Feb 24, 2017 6:30:00 AM

Remember the good old days when it was HR who expected a thank you note from a candidate after the interview? Well a convergence of events has flipped the tables and now some companies have found that sending thank you notes to candidates is a good way to acquire top talent.

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Topics: Recruiting, Workforce

How Personal Bias Shapes Hiring Decisions

Posted by Ira S Wolfe on Jan 31, 2017 6:29:00 AM

No matter how much companies strive to develop great interviewing practices, perfection remains elusive. Management isn’t completely oblivious to this problem, of course, and continues to try (often at significant cost) to improve the process. Better interview questions, more structured formats, more training–all of these efforts can make interviewing a bit better. Ultimately, though, they still fall short.

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Topics: Recruiting, Blogs, Labor & Industrial Insights

Hiring Employees with Integrity

Posted by Ira S Wolfe on Dec 23, 2016 6:23:00 AM

How do you interview for integrity?

That’s a question Tom Foster asked in a recent post on his blog. His reply: “You can interview for anything that you can connect to behavior.”

The first step in the process seems obvious. How does a person who has integrity behave?

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Topics: Human Resources Insights

Culture Fit? There's an App for that!

Posted by Ira S Wolfe on Oct 24, 2016 6:00:00 AM

Culture fit is very often the determining factor on whether an employee stays at a job long-term. With one out of two workers quitting before 18 months, managers could use some help.

Despite years of urging hiring managers and HR professionals to focus employee selection on culture and team fit, many hiring decisions still ignore attitude and personal values, especially at a time when skilled workers are scarce and unfilled jobs plague many businesses. When the education and experience fits, it seems to blind managers to the fact that no matter how good the wings, pigs won't fly.

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Topics: Recruiting, Company Culture, Technology

7 Most Common Reasons Why Succession Plans Fail

Posted by Ira S Wolfe on Dec 17, 2015 4:29:22 PM

Faced with changing demographics and skilled worker shortages, many companies will be unable to fill job openings from the CEO to the technician. "The Perfect Labor Storm" has already crippled many organizations.

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Topics: Workforce, Retention

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