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Source of Hire

Would you like to know how to focus on the hiring channels that give the best results? Learn more about source of hire in this article.

Applicant Rejection

We all know how hard it can be to reject a hopeful job applicant. However, it can be an opportunity to stretch your empathy and leave the applicant feeling less dejected. Read on to learn best practices.

Job Accommodations

What are job accommodations and why are they important? There are many to be familiar with, along with best practices on how to handle requests for them. Read on to find out how to respond if an employee requests a job accommodation.

Reasonable Accommodation

“That darned office chair really messes with my slipped disk,” your employee says while rubbing his back. Did you catch it? This is a request for reasonable accommodation. Learn how to recognize a request and navigate all the in-betweens in this article.

Counteroffer

We have all heard the term “war on talent,” which refers to the competitive challenge of attracting and retaining talent. A counteroffer may be part of your organization’s answer to this challenge. Read on to learn more.

Declined Offer

You've tirelessly sourced, interviewed, and offered the job to your ideal candidate, but then the worst happens — they decline! What do you do now? Why would they decline your offer? How do you respond? Keep reading to learn all you need to know about a declined offer.

Time to Hire

Time to hire is a key recruiting metric that provides an easy way to measure and improve HR’s impact. Recruiting is one of HR’s most important functions, so how can you be sure that you’re doing a good job? Equally as important, how can you show company leaders that you’re doing a good job? Never fear, time to hire is here!

Signing Bonus

As the fight for talent continues, more employers are offering sign-on bonuses to get employees through the door — even those companies that traditionally didn’t before. Signing bonuses are a way to help your organization incentivize against competing offers to a candidate. Let’s explore why a signing bonus may work for your organization.

Start Date

So, you’ve hired your prime candidate and they can’t wait to get started—congratulations! But how do you pick the right day for them to start work? Read on to learn how to plan ahead and set a new-hire start date.

Employment Contract

An employment contract, more commonly referred to as an offer letter is a legally binding agreement which can be created verbally or in writing. During all stages of interaction with a candidate or employee, you may be verbally implying pieces of an employment contract. Continue reading to ensure your processes and actual employment contracts keep your company out of legal trouble.

Verbal Offer

You've found a great candidate, and your team has decided to make him or her an offer. You want to do so in a way that has the best chance of gaining an enthusiastic "Yes!" Should you use a verbal job offer? Here, we look at the advantages to doing so and the steps to doing it right.

Job Offer Negotiation

How you negotiate a job offer negotiation will be one of the most important first impressions you will make as an employer. It’s important to know the basic dos and don’ts of negotiation. In this article, we give you the tips you need to successfully negotiate an offer with a candidate. Spoiler alert: It’s not all about salary.

Offer Letter

The job offer letter is your company’s first opportunity to make a great impression on your future team member. At the same time, it is also a document that must be drafted both strategically and compliantly to avoid creating unintended legal obligations.

In this article, you will learn not only what to put in your next offer letter, but also how to do it the right way so that your candidate is just as excited to accept your offer as you are to offer it.

Rejection Letter

Nobody wants to write a rejection letter, much less multiple rejection letters. However, a well written rejection letter can both create opportunities and help applicants move on with a positive impression of your organization. In this article, you’ll learn how to write a professional, empathetic rejection letter for any circumstance.
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