A Recruiting and Talent Management system can result in outstanding results to your business in addition to your bottom line. This is especially true when dealing with the service industry, where many times you are dealing with high turnover, a diverse workforce and razor-thin profit margins.
Is your ATS getting stale? There could be a major reason why.
We all know applicant flow is a numbers game. The more applicants you receive, the more opportunity you have to hire quality talent. As we also know, applicants don’t appear out of thin air.
Talent Management should play a significant role in any business strategy as it deals directly with the company’s number one asset—its employees. According to the online business software site, Capterra, Talent Management is the “organization-wide, holistic strategy for hiring, training, and retaining top performing employees.”
Today, millennials have now surpassed Baby Boomers as the largest living generation, and in the U.S., they represent the biggest segment in the workforce.
Have you ever wondered how long it actually takes from the time you hire someone to the time they get out on the floor as an active employee? Ever wished you could see which recruiting avenue drives in the highest quantity and quality of applicants each month? What about having a way to identify your workforce potential and productivity by seeing a mapped-out comparison of application and assessment results versus post-hire training and evaluation scores? talentReef provides the tools necessary to make finding data like this easy.
Convenience stores rely heavily on their employees to provide a quality customer experience and promote their products, but historically it has been a challenge in the industry to recruit talent.
Many people have publicly expressed their concerns regarding the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raiding 100 7-Eleven Stores to send a strong message to employers about the consequences of hiring unauthorized workers. The federal government has issued warnings, employment audits and even raids to ensure that businesses are not employing unauthorized workers.
Having an integrated, mobile solution is incredibly important from both the job seeker’s standpoint and the employer’s. Most hourly job seekers are spending the majority of their time behind a computer or mobile device searching for jobs with just a simple click of a button. From a field manager’s perspective, they are always on the go and not always sitting behind a desk. An Integrated, mobile solution will allow for a quick organized and more simplistic way to get those quality candidates hired. Some valuable integrations include: tax credits, assessments, background checks, etc.
Would you eat at a restaurant with mediocre food, but amazing service? Or the opposite – Would you pay the price to stay at a hotel that’s incredibly pristine, but maybe the service is lackluster thanks to it being all inclusive? It begs the question, what is stack rank on the products consumers purchase vs. the service they receive? Bottom line is they both heavily contribute to the overall customer experience.