Hiregy is excited to announce that it has joined forces with Pinellas-based staffing firm Savant Sourcing LLC. Savant clients and candidates now have access to Hiregy’s expanded recruiting network and streamlined hiring and payroll processes. Hiregy is excited to offer these new capabilities to our business network.
Companies that are not properly training and onboarding employees have a higher cost of turnover which makes it imperative that hiring managers understand the benefits of an onboarding guide and how to create and use one. A strong onboarding procedure can raise new employee retention rates, improve employee effectiveness, and increase your company’s ROI in their training.
An onboarding procedure is a strategic, systematic method of bringing an employee “on board” once they are hired.
On average, recruiting, hiring, and training a new employee can cost upwards of $10,000, with 25 percent of these recruits leaving after the first year. The amount of time and money wasted is astronomical. An onboarding guide allows you to help an employee transition into the company, increase their productivity, and eventually reduce the high turnover rate.
Often the most frustrating thing for a job seeker or new hire is a vague job description with little feedback for clarity on the desired role. This can lead to a negative connection to your company and even cause conflict, leading a new employee to leave the company in less than a year.
Employee retention problems can be costly for businesses. In fact, our data reports US companies spend an average of $10,731 to get new employees up to speed. This cost grows as your turn over rate increases and training for the same role repeatedly costs your business valuable time.
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Starting off on the right foot with a great onboarding process is key to successfully establishing a new hire within your company and keeping your team on the same page. Developing a strong onboarding guide for your company will save you valuable time and money on hiring, training, and retaining quality employees. Make sure that your company’s onboarding guide includes these three essential components.
What should a new hire’s first day look like? Structured. Scheduled. Welcoming. Every company should have an onboarding guide to help new employees acclimate and get up to speed as quickly as possible. How can your company set the tone for your new hire?
If you're a job seeker living in Tampa then you're in a great place to find a job. A recent report from wallethub.com ranked Tampa the 3rd best city in the U.S. to find a Job. Cities were ranked based on a variety of factors including number of job openings, industry variety, unemployment trend, hiring / staffing trends, salaries, benefits and more.
One of the brightest signs in Tampa’s economy is the continued growth in call center jobs in 2013. Traditionally, Tampa has been a southeast hub of call centers for large companies including Disney, UPS, Home Depot and United Health Care. A strong communications infrastructure, excellent weather, low taxes and a strong supply of great, customer-service minded talent make Tampa the perfect choice to host a company’s call center.
Without a doubt, the last several years have been a hiring manager's market. An open position could easily command 100 or more qualified applicants and competition for available work was fierce. Employers had certain luxuries and a substantial advantage over those seeking work. Companies could seemingly command highly qualified, or even over-qualified employees at lower wages than in past times. They had their choice among a large pool of potential employees -- applicants eager to find a job and willing to work for less compensation. The best employment agencies Tampa Fl had to offer were flooded with shining resumes.