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Hiring & Onboarding

The hiring process is one of the first impressions job candidates have of your business operations. From job applications to interviewing and new hire documentation, it’s often too easy for critical steps to go overlooked.

Make sure your hiring and onboarding process is streamlined or it could cost you losing out on a great candidate!

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By: | Sep 06, 2019
Following the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which made major changes affecting taxpayer withholding, the IRS announced it would be redesigning Form W-4. Here we are, two years later, and the most recent draft of the form provides insight into what employers and employees should expect for 2020. Revisions at a Glance The first... read more
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By: | Aug 30, 2019
Discrimination is unacceptable when it comes to hiring, and small business owners must do their absolute best to draw within the lines of federal, state and local mandates. Still, there is a basic challenge when you’re looking to hire the most qualified individuals: How much information can you request and still be compliant with hiring... read more
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By: | Jun 03, 2019
Some of the many hats small business owners wear include that of hiring manager, training supervisor and HR director. The list goes on, but the picture is clear: With all the juggling needed to keep your business running, it’s easy to emphasize some roles more than others. Take, for example, the onboarding process for new... read more
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By: | Apr 19, 2019
When hiring, you want to use all the tools at your disposal to get an accurate picture of whether a candidate is a good fit or not. That may include asking for a resume and cover letter, having the candidate fill out a job application, conducting phone interviews, holding in-person meetings and calling back the... read more
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By: | Apr 11, 2019
The Race is on: Don't Let Those Five-Star Candidates Slip Away There are numerous factors at play when recruiting, interviewing and hiring new employees. Today, the job market functions with increased speed due to new electronic tools and tactics. Employers must update their recruitment and hiring process, or they will risk lagging behind their competitors.... read more
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By: | Dec 12, 2018
Employers seek to hire veterans for many reasons. Some do it out of a sense of patriotism. Others understand that returning service members bring unique skills to the civilian workforce. But most businesses employ veterans for the pure return on investment. Because of the training, work ethic and goal-oriented culture of the military, many companies... read more