Although often forgotten or overlooked, induction is a key part of the training and development process for employees. Whether you are taking on a temporary employee for a short assignment, or you have taken on a new permanent employee, the induction process is important to helping new staff members learn about your organisation, understand its Read More
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The four key evaluation areas for recruitment are Productivity, Quality, Costs and Time. Productivity: This measures the number of applications received following a particular recruitment method or source. More specifically, these can include • applications per recruiting source/method • applicants interviewed per recruiting source/method • applicants per recruiting source/method Quality: This measures the on-the-job performance Read More
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Let’s consider this… how much is your Practice Manager worth?
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Outsourcing is recognised by many as the most powerful trend in human resources management.
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