How to Develop Long-Term Employees

Any business leader knows that turnover can be detrimental to a company’s long-term productivity. When employees come and go, quality isn’t consistent and the overall company culture suffers. Fortunately, there are a few strategies that any manager or business owner can employ in order to get employees to love their job and want to stick around for the long run. These techniques include: Like this article? Subscribe to our HR digest to receive a weekly email with fresh and informative content.

How to Hire Long-Term Employees #VLOG

how to hire long-term employees

When you have a new position to fill for your company or department, do you want to hire someone that will stay for six months, or for two years? It’s no secret that when you are hiring, you want to hire someone that will stay with the company for a long time. You already know that the average time it takes to hire a new employee is 45 days. If it takes that long to hire an employee, do you really want to have to do it all over again in just a few months? Chances are that answer is Continue reading

What Business Leaders Can Learn About Hiring From Zach Nelson

You may have no idea who Zach Nelson is, and perhaps you’ve never heard of NetSuite either. However, there is much hiring managers can learn from the way he is dealing with his company’s expansion. Since his company went public in 2007, it has nearly doubled in size. That seems like a dream to most business leaders, but it wasn’t experienced without any difficulty. As NetSuite- a company that specializes in customer-management and logistics software- started to grow, Nelson and his chief people officer Marty Réaume realized they were having an issue with retaining employees. It’s an issue many companies Continue reading

4 Tips for Hiring Long-Term Employees

When you are hiring for any position, you want to be sure you are hiring long-term employees. You don’t want to have to fall back into the hiring process all over again. Especially since, on average, it takes about 65 days for a hiring manager to fill an open position. With those 65 days comes a loss of productivity, a loss of revenue and the potential for a lot of stress. Needless to say, when you hire once you want to be sure you won’t have to do it again for quite some time. So what can you do to Continue reading