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How to Create Your Employer Brand Recipe

By Anthony Kwan, Product Marketing Manager, Ceridian 

In today’s world of work, every business needs a compelling employer brand. A great employer brand is an organization’s gateway to top talent. Whether it’s a small local business with a big future or a Fortune 500 company with a massive global footprint, an employer brand helps an organization define who they are, their values, and what they can offer to prospective candidates. If we compare a good employer brand to a delectable culinary dish, a good employer brand would be the secret ingredients that bring out that extra oomph in flavor. Read more

5 Qualities to Look For in New Hires

By Deb LaMere, VP of Employee Experience, Ceridian

The performance of your company hinges on your employees – so making sure you hire talented individuals while retaining your top performers should be an utmost priority. In this highly competitive job market, you need to make sure you are hiring the ideal candidate, not just for the position itself, but for your company as a whole. Your effectiveness in doing so plays a pivotal role in engagement levels, as well as retention rates.  Read more

3 interview tips to ensure new hire success

From retention to compliance, there were a number of trending topics on the Ceridian HCM Blog this year. For the rest of December, we will be revisiting 10 of our most popular blog posts of 2016. Enjoy!

Workforce management is easier when the right team is in place, which means that hiring leaders should have processes and policies in place to ensure they’re choosing the right candidates.

Hiring the right employees is important for numerous reasons. Making calls like this is crucial. It affects morale, culture and productivity. Not to mention the cost of replacing any given employee can be significant. Josh Bersin, of Bersin by Deloitte, wrote about the various challenges that face employers who find themselves with high turnover rates. Read more

What Do the NFL and Your New Hire Experience Have in Common?

By John Whyte, Senior Manager, Dayforce Talent Management, Ceridian

Football fans joke that in August, everybody is undefeated. We can all point to a great draft, a new coach, or a favorable schedule as reasons why this is our year. The same can be said of new hires at the onset of a new job – they’ve found a fresh, innovative company, they love the location, maybe there’s a pay raise or a great new boss. Let’s parallel the different phases of the NFL season with the experiences of a new hire and see what lessons there are to learn. Read more

Why Seasonal Hiring Has No Place in Your Holiday Hiring Strategy

By Maurice Fernandes, Manager of Employment Brand & Social Media, Ceridian

The truth is, you shouldn’t hire seasonally, you should hire to last.

When it comes to talent management tips, we’ve heard it all before: Start recruiting early. Focus in on students and retirees. Use better screening processes. There are about a million articles out there about seasonal hiring and they all seem to re-iterate these same ideas in a similar way. You should treat every candidate that walks into your store as a future leader of your organization, a respected alumni, and a life-long customer. Here’s why: Read more

Is human intervention hiding in your Human Capital Management?

By BP Gallucci, Communications Manager, Ceridian

The value proposition of a good human capital management (HCM) solution relies on its ability to deliver an ROI through automating manual  processes, improving efficiencies of existing software processes, and reducing or eliminating costs associated with bad data. At the heart of all this is the fact that human intervention in a business’s HCM is costly.

It costs in the form of waste: wages going to staff filing forms, faxing paperwork, consolidating data in spreadsheets, doing double data entry in multiple systems; these are wages being paid for activities that don’t add value and aren’t part of the real work of running a business. Read more

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