Your new prospective employee looks great on paper and crushed it throughout the interview process. References can say what the interviewee wants them to say. Items can be doctored, and resumes can be fabricated. How can you tell who is really working for you? What’s their history and what has really happened in their past work experience?
Whether you’re looking to hire your first employee or 100th employee, there is always a lot of resumes, faces, and a process that can sometimes blur your vision in selecting the candidate that will be the best fit employee for your business. Here are a few tips to keep in mind that may benefit you through the interview process.
Putting your own handbook in place or simply downloading a handbook template from the web can get you into trouble. Make sure you consult a Human Resources expert before you put something together yourself. Watch the video below to learn more.
Consumers and businesses are getting smarter about conservation and doing business “green.” People are actively looking for better options—those that positively affect the environment while also boosting convenience.