Selection and hiring
Mario Laudi and Kristina McDougall of The Laudi Group discuss strategies for entrepreneurs to recognize and hire the right candidate who will strengthen their business.
Leveraging your professional network can be an efficient and cost-effective way to source qualified job candidates and compete for key resources.
If you decide to recruit externally, it’s prudent to know where to place your job posting to attract the best applicants.
When recruiting, the difference between landing or losing a top candidate can be the ability to detect and address their acceptance criteria.
When recruiting at your startup, know the key steps to help ensure you hire the best possible candidate.
Competencies are employee behaviours, skills or attributes that research has shown to directly affect performance.
When properly designed and administered, pre-employment testing can systematically and accurately reveal information about a job candidate’s potential.
Startups must understand the legal obligations of hiring an employee versus engaging an independent contractor.
Onboarding helps companies to integrate employees into the corporate culture.
Properly onboarding a new employee involves many tasks. This sample checklist helps you ensure you cover the essentials.
What to look for to find the right candidate and emphasize motivation as a key component in successful hiring, team building and retention of high-performance talent.
Companies should extend the offer of employment verbally and follow up the offer in writing.
Reference checks are an important part of the hiring process. They reveal an objective and relevant perspective of the job candidate.
An offer of employment is a legal contract between the employee and the organization and should clearly state the terms and conditions for both parties.