6 Vital Roles Your Startup Needs To Hire
Look at you, crushing the startup game. You’ve made it to the growth and establishment phase, and you can finally afford to hire some full-timers. But how do you know which startup roles are going to help get you to the next level? And more importantly, even if you did know the roles, how can you tell who’d be a great fit for each one? That’s where we come in.
Stop With the Bad Hiring Habits
Not hiring the right people can be stressful, costly, and can drastically slow down productivity. But most hiring managers simply don't have the time to revamp an entire company's recruitment process. So how can you start hiring the right employees today? See how personality assessments can quickly become a reliable tool in your organization to help hire good employees the first time - without the hassle of upending the processes you already have in place.
The Ultimate Guide to Employee Onboarding
Effective employee onboarding has been proven to dramatically increase new hire productivity, employee retention and customer satisfaction. Get the most from your onboarding program - or create one from scratch - with the steps in this guide.
Proving the ROI of Assessments
When looking to get approval for any initiative, senior management is looking for you to tell them how much it will cost and how much of that cost will be recouped. This guide walks you through how to calculate the return on investment you can achieve in order to build the business case for assessments in your organization. It includes examples and easy-to-follow steps for calculating your own return.
Which Talent Assessment Tool is Right for You?
Not all tools are created equally, and choosing the one that best fits your organization can be tricky if you don't know what you're looking for. This guide provides six key questions to ask each vendor and insights on the types of information you should be looking for in response. Take the guesswork out of choosing an assessment tool. Find the one that will empower you to make a difference in your organization.
Get Your Sales Department Humming
Statistics show that 80% of sales require at least five follow up calls, and 44% of sales people give up after one. How can you tell if the candidate you're considering will go the distance? It's not likely from the interview. Research shows that interviews are only accurate predictors of future success 14% of the time. You need to know what traits will signal future success and how to tell if a candidate really has them.
Hire for Rapid Growth
When it's time to ramp up production, startups need to grow fast. There's a lot riding on that period of initial growth: not only do employees need to be hired quickly, they also need to be the right fit. More so than most organizations, startups can't afford bad hires. This eBook covers recruitment strategies and hiring tactics that startup founders can use to ensure their team grows quickly - with the right people.
Scale Your Business by Optimizing Your Team
Next-level output can only come from truly understanding your team. Get to know their drivers of productivity and leverage those drivers to fuel collaboration and effective communication. When everyone on the team feels like they belong there, it's almost like your business is scaling by itself.
Using Assessment Tools is Easier Than You Think
There’s a myth that hiring with assessment tools is challenging, which scares some people away from using them. In reality, the right tool is intuitive, helpful, and easily understood. This eBook covers the most important elements that any high-quality assessment tool should offer, and includes tips on how to demonstrate these crucial features to hiring managers and decision makers. Once you’ve found the right tool, the only thing scary will be wondering why you didn’t start using it sooner.
4 Steps to Effective Succession Planning
Whether you're looking for an exit strategy for a small business or filling your executive pipeline for a larger one, succession planning is key to achieving your goal. This guide illustrates the difference between succession planning and replacement planning, and lays out a proven 4-step process that you can use to develop a succession plan for your company.