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Director of Human Resources in Upland, IN for Taylor University


Human Resources Director Opportunity

The mission of Taylor University, a private, interdenominational, evangelical Christian college, is to develop servant leaders to minister Christ’s redemptive love and truth to a world in need. Does this sound like your ideal work environment?

For the 12th time in 13 years, Taylor has been ranked No. 1 in the Midwest by US News & World Report’s survey of America’s Best Colleges, and ranked in the top three for the last 23 years.

Leading a team of three full-time employees and three student workers, Taylor’s HR director actively participates in the strategic thinking process regarding its human resources. The director is responsible to assess, review, recommend, develop, and implement policies, procedures, services, and systems in the appropriate legal, higher education industry, and organizational culture contexts, all of which are imperative to ensure success.

The HR director structures employee and workforce processes and policies that promote and embrace Kingdom diversity. This includes working closely with the Vice President for Intercultural Leadership and Church Relations to establish networks with potential candidates from under-represented groups, and by creating programs to increase the recruitment and retention of a diverse workforce.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Collaborates with senior leadership to understand the organization’s goals and strategy related to staffing, recruiting, and retention. Supports management by providing human resource advice, counsel, and decisions.
  • Plans, leads, develops, coordinates, and implements policies, processes, training, initiatives, and surveys to support the university’s human resource compliance and strategy needs.
  • Administration and compliance of human resource programs, including:
    • Compensation and benefits
    • Leaves of absence
    • Disciplinary matters
    • Disputes and investigations
    • Performance and talent management
    • Recognition and morale
    • Occupational health and safety and workers’ compensation
    • Job descriptions; exempt and non-exempt guidelines
    • University staff handbook
    • Serving in a key Title IX role on campus

Responsible for significantly influencing the university workforce in these key areas:

Employee Relations/Individual Employee Assistance – Serves as the primary contact for university policies and works with individual employees to encourage development of their professional life. Involves guiding individuals through challenging situations and being the primary contact for university policies (such as anti-harassment).

Employee Training and Development – Develops with other university leaders the university’s training and development program. Serves as the primary person responsible to develop and maintain the programs and structures for employee development, including new-employee orientation, reviews, legal training including faculty (FMLA, ADA, etc.), and other university initiatives.

HR Systems and Practices – Leads the department in developing and implementing effective and efficient HR systems to promote quality employee support from hiring through any transitioning from the university.

HR Policy Development, Implementation, and Review – Systematically reviews HR policies and procedures to ensure a work environment that facilitates human flourishing while managing strategic resources.

HR Assessment and Strategy – Uses tested HR strategies to ensure the success of employees in their work. Reviews the mission and direction of the university, along with other university-wide strategies, and applies them to the areas managed by the human resource function in such areas as compensation and benefits, employee onboarding, retirement planning, and more.

Compliance – Ensures compliance in all areas of the HR function, e.g., the Affordable Care Act (ACA), FMLA, EEO, and ADA.

Required Skills & Abilities Include:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Excellent time management skills with a proven ability to meet deadlines
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills

Position Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Business Administration, or a related field
  • 10-plus years of human resource management experience (in addition, 3-plus years of human resources management experience in higher education is preferred)
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products, video conference systems, and G Suite products
  • Proficiency with or the ability to quickly learn the organization’s HRIS and talent management systems such as Banner and Silkroad
  • Complete support of and willing adherence to Taylor University’s mission, vision, foundational documents, and core values. Applicant must hold these standards as their own

Location: Upland, Indiana.

Cover letter should include why you should be considered for the position, what makes you the best candidate, and how you will support and further the mission of Taylor University.

Send your confidential inquiry to Email HR Team no later than July 15, 2020.

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Now Recruiting: Accounts Manager, Ephrata PA


We are excited to be retained by this wonderful organization, Stump’s Decks & Porches, LLC.  to assist in recruiting an Accounts Manager.

Enhancing outdoor living through design & craftsmanship with integrity. Stump’s Quality Decks and Porches is a deck contractor that specializes in building long-lasting decks and porches in Lancaster, Lebanon, Berks, and Chester counties. We design and install decks made from pressure treated wood, vinyl/composite, and exotic hardwoods, as well as gazebos, pergolas, sunrooms, and screened-in porches.

Purpose of Position: 

The Accounts Manager is responsible for all accounting functions of the organization.  The Accounts Manager is also responsible for managing all Office Administrative functions including customer communications.

Some Essential Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for Accounts Payable
  • Responsible for Accounts Receivable
  • Responsible for Banking
  • Responsible for in-house Payroll
  • Responsible for Scheduling sales calls
  • Responsible for Office Administration
  • Responsible for HR Administration

Position Requirements:

  • High school diploma or GED; 1 to 3 years related experience and/or training.
  • Working experience of QuickBooks
  • Typing, minimum 50 WPM
  • Courteous phone etiquette
  • Complete support of and willing adherence to Stump’s Decks & Porches’ mission, vision, and core values. Applicant must hold these standards as his/her own.

Review Stump’s Mission, Vision & Values Statement Here 

All qualified individuals may submit a resume and letter of interest to:

Email HR Team

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In HIS Name HR LLC now recruiting

Now Recruiting For


Mark Griffin is founder and Chief Consultant at In His Name HR LLC. He has over 20 years of HR experience.   Follow Mark on Facebook, Twitterand LinkedIn.    Want to make High Performance HR Systems including Employee Relations a reality in your organization?  Contact Mark and make it happen.

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In HIS Name HR, in conjunction with ABHE

2020 ABHE Annual Meeting ~ Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, Florida


The Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE) Annual Meeting

February 12–14, 2020 | Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, Florida

Read The Press Release Here 

In HIS Name HR, in conjunction with ABHE, is excited to announce the 2020 Annual Meeting presentation topics.

Presentation One

How to Develop a More Effective Employee Search Process

It’s no secret that your higher education institution wants to succeed. It should come as no surprise that your employees also want to succeed! Naturally, there’s often a strong, positive relationship between the two—when employees succeed, so do the institutions they serve.

A key question: How can organizations most effectively find, train, motivate, and encourage employees’ success?

Primary Topics Covered

  • Marketing your institution in today’s difficult labor market
  • What makes employers attractive?
  • Where do institutions find the best employees?
  • What are the three most important steps of an effective hiring process?

This presentation helps prepare not only those in HR but also anyone who might have an effect on hiring in your organization. The presentation is highly interactive (including table exercises) and gives participants the opportunity to collaborate with other organizations and professionals.

Presentation Two

The Art of Employee Evaluation and Transition/Separation

Here, we examine the concept of a high-performance review process, and how your institution can optimize performance levels through an effective and enjoyable employee review process—a process that your employees will enthusiastically embrace and enjoy instead of dread.

We also discuss performance improvement plans that transition underperforming employees either to more suitable roles or out of the organization, and how to separate employees with grace.

Primary Topics Covered

  • Taking steps – simple, impactful, and timely – to make the process gracefully effective
  • Executing a comprehensive communication plan to all employees
  • Avoiding the common pitfalls in other organizations
  • Setting expectations
  • Employee policy manuals
  • Codes of conduct
  • Counseling and disciplinary procedures
  • Terminations
  • Labor law overview

The training is highly interactive (including table exercises) and gives participants the opportunity to collaborate with other organizations and professionals.

Learn More Here 

 

Visit us- Booth 119 – ABHE Annual Meeting!

About The Speaker

Mark is an accomplished HR expert with a fresh perspective. He believes in challenging people to think differently when presented with obstacles in any situation. His passions are inspiring, motivating, and helping others. Peers describe Mark as creative, proactive, determined, and eager to learn. Just a few of Mark’s professional skills include organizing, presenting, and problem solving.

Mr. Griffin received his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Resources Administration from Saint Leo University. He earned his MBA from Bloomsburg University while interning for Congressmen Kanjorski as a military liaison during the first Gulf War. Mark has completed several executive education programs at the University of Michigan.

Prior to leading In HIS Name HR, Mark worked for Quaker Oats Company, Kodak Inc., and Merck Inc., and private companies Woolrich, Conestoga Wood Specialties, and Valco Companies Inc.

In addition to helping people professionally, Mark also believes in helping people personally through volunteer work. Mark has coached leaders on “Business as a Mission,” traveling to Eastern Europe, India, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic.

 

Labor Issues IHN HR

3 Labor Law Issues that Can Destroy Your Organization


Are you complying with all the proper state and federal labor laws? 

If not, it could cost you everything.

 In large corporations, an entire human resources (HR) department navigates the complex minefield of federal and state labor laws. Most small organizations think of HR as an afterthought, or HR responsibilities like hiring, benefits, compliance, and payroll falls to a few people who aren’t properly trained. This can be a pricey mistake. Laws concerning overtime, unlawful termination, and equal rights are just a few areas that trip up organizations, big and small, all the time.

Labor laws fill volumes and are quite complex. Plus, labor laws vary from state to state! Even Walmart ran into trouble recently and incurred $4.83 million dollars in back wages, penalties, and fines for violating The Fair Labor Standards Act. The mistake? Managers were misclassified and not appropriately compensated for overtime work. Unlawful termination is another problem that has cost organizations like UPS, Carmike Cinemas, and Dial Corporation dearly. Yes, it’s tricky. Do you know the laws?

It gets worse—the government is ramping up efforts to check up on organizations and crack down. The Obama administration has allotted $25 million for the sole purpose of investigating those misclassified as “independent contractors,” hoping to reclaim lost tax revenue and pad the IRS’s coffers. Be smart. Remember that stiff penalties and lawyer fees can decimate your organization. Are your workers properly classified?

Stay legal and remember these 3 key points:

 Child labor, non-resident labor, and equal rights legislation are the three areas where small organizations most often fail to comply.

• Both state and federal labor information is free and available online.

• Outsourcing with an HR professional firm can save your organization a lot of time and money.

Most organizations with fewer than 100 people benefit from outsourcing labor law compliance and other human resource tasks to HR professionals. The alternative is risky: employees are often uninformed about and under-trained in labor law compliance. Look out! Federal fines could be in store for you. In addition, HR often falls outside an employee’s main job focus, so getting it wrong or spending valuable time away from primary tasks can cripple productivity in a small organization. Get the right person trained or on your team to comply with labor laws.

Regrettably, staying legal has never been more difficult or important.

Make sure to get the help you need right away.

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 Mark Griffin is founder and Chief Consultant at In His Name HR LLC. He has over 25 years of HR experience. Learn more about Mark’s journey in HR by watching this short video. In addition you can also follow him on FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn.

Director of Ops Manheim, PA

Now Recruiting For: Director Of Operations Manheim PA


Position Closed 

Looking to make a difference in our world? It’s time to use all of your education and experiences to be an instrument of change.

In HIS Name HR is honored to have been retained by Men of Iron to seek their next Director of Operations.

The leadership of Men of Iron believes men are distinctly called to be Godly leaders in their families, their churches and their communities. Men of Iron equips men and grows Godly leaders through creating and sustaining 1-to-1 and micro group mentorships. They partner with leaders, influencers, churches and communities to implement and execute a culture-changing men’s ministry.

Step up to the plate and be part of changing a culture, one man, one family, one church and one community at a time.

Director Of Operations

The Director of Operations is a core function of Men of Iron, responsible for leading, growing, scaling and organizing the ministry by overseeing its programs and services (Strong27™). He creates and provides strategic guidance to grow a regional model and is expected to develop and execute creative strategies, operations and systems to grow and scale men’s mentorships around the world.

He is the leader of ministry staff and representatives through his leadership, management and accountability characteristics. He is the 2nd most senior manager of Men of Iron’s operational hierarchy and holds the position of Integrator.

Some Essential Responsibilities

  • Lead, grow, scale and organize all programs and services (Strong27™)
  • Create and provide strategic guidance to grow a regional model
  • Develop and execute creative strategies, operations and systems to grow and scale Men of Iron’s programs and services around the world
  • Develop and manage quantitative and qualitative metrics based around sharpening men and strengthening families, churches, and communities, as well as growth of the ministry
  • Provide leadership, management and accountability to all operations staff
  • Work with Executive Director to create vision for all Men of Iron programs and services and to create and execute a strategic plan
  • Develop and manage annual budget for all programs and services
  • Develop systems and operations to efficiently increase the number of active mentors and protégés each year
  • Develop systems and operations to efficiently increase the number of church and community partners each year
  • Develop a professional training and development program for all ministry ambassadors and directors

Some Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Ministry and/or other related education AND 7-10 years related experience and/or training in the following area:
    • Business and management experience
    • Business or ministry operations in medium to large setting with qualitative and quantitative metrics

Or equivalent combination of education and experience.

  • Successfully leading, growing and scaling a business or business operations.
  • Must be computer literate. Working knowledge of Apple operating  systems and Microsoft 365. Able to navigate and become familiar with CRM software.
  • Must be able to produce a statement of Faith.
  • Complete support of and willing adherence to Men of Iron’s mission, vision and core values, applicant must hold these standards as his own.

Cover letters should include why you should be considered for the position and what would make you the best candidate.

Serious and confidential inquiries:  Apply Through Indeed

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Now Recruiting For: Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Manheim PA


Position Closed 

We are excited to be retained by this wonderful organization, Utility Keystone to assist in recruiting a Chief Financial Officer for their Manheim PA location. With over 30 years in the industry Utility Keystone continues to build its legacy of providing the ultimate customer experience.

Purpose of Position

The CFO is accountable for the financial operations of the Company, including the development of operational and financial metrics to assess alignment to the Company’s plan. Through their leadership, they set policies and procedures designed to protect the Company’s assets from theft or misuse by establishing and maintaining effective internal controls and processes and report accurate financial results. As a member of the Leadership Team, the CFO works closely with the President and Department Heads to provide accounting supervision for all locations, as well as provide essential support to the Sales, Service, Parts, Inventory and Lease and Rental.

Some Of The Essential Duties

Planning

  • Assist in formulating the company’s future direction and supporting tactical initiatives
  • Monitor and direct the implementation of strategic business plans
  • Manage the capital request and budgeting processes
  • Develop financial and tax strategies
  • Provide financial and tax counsel to President and Owners of related entities
  • Provide financial analysis tools to evaluate company ventures, special projects, capital expenditures, etc.

Operations

  • Participate in key decisions as a member of the executive Leadership Team
  • Create and manage financial controls and accounting procedures
  • Manage the accuracy and productivity of day-to-day activities of accounts payable, accounts receivable, credit/collections, cash disbursements, invoicing, inventory integrity, fixed asset records and cash handling
  • Implement operational best practices
  • Monitor and approve payroll
  • Provide oversight on various filings for dealer license, banking license, FET, sales tax,
  • 1099, etc.

Financial Information

  • Prepare timely monthly and annual financial statements
  • Report financial information to President, LT members and banks
  • Coordinate all audit activities and investigate their findings and recommendations
  • Provide cash management reporting and forecasting

Third Parties

  • Lead relationship with accounting firm, bank(s), insurance agents, credit card companies and collection agencies
  • Manage and maintain commercial casualty/liability insurance
  • Participate in health insurance renewal

 Required Personal Attributes

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational, time, and stress management skills to complete the required tasks
  • Ability to learn quickly in a fast—paced environment
  • Self—confidence
  • Proactive to forecast and foresee potential issues
  • Ability to perform and execute strategic planning
  • Excellent leadership skills
  • Excellent problem—solving skills
  • Strong people skills

 Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting plus 10 years’ experience in senior financial management position; or equivalent combination of education and experience. CPA designation and/or MBA preferred.
  • Experience in streamlining financial systems and processes
  • Experience in supervision or management of employees
  • Proficient in Microsoft products.Strong knowledge and experience in using service operating systems a plus.  Use of all current technology as a communication and efficiency tool is a must.
  • Complete support of and willing adherence to Utility Keystone’s mission, vision and core values.Applicant must hold these standards as his/her own.

Cover letters should include why you should be considered for the position and what would make you the best candidate.

Serious and confidential inquiries:  Apply Through Indeed

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Great Organizations Are Built on Solid Job Descriptions

Great Organizations Are Built on Solid Job Descriptions


Job descriptions (JDs) are just so 1980s,” a young HR graduate recently commented to me, He could not be more wrong. Having worked in HR for over 25 years, I can tell you that some things just don’t change—and shouldn’t change.  New technology consistently bombards us; faster, better, and sleeker processes seem to overwhelm us.

One thing that will never change is the fact that, in order to be a High Performance Organization, you still need to get some  “old school” work done. Don’t let technology and “the new workplace” fool you. Now, more than ever, you need JDs.

Here are eight good reasons why:

Recruitment – As you grow and expand, it is almost impossible to hire legally or correctly when lacking a solid, well-written job description.

Teambuilding – It is difficult for Teams to form and support each other when job duties are gray and tasks constantly conflict or interrupt each other. It is enlightening to know what each Team Member is responsible to accomplish.

Performance management – This enables you  to set measurable performance goals based on duties listed in the corresponding job description. Having them listed, in writing, signifies their importance.

Training and employee development – You can use job descriptions, along with descriptions of possible job promotions, as a tool to determine what to pursue in regards to classes, seminars, and other career development activities in order to close gaps.

Compensation- JDs can be helpful in developing a standardized compensation program with minimums, maximums, and target pay for each position. They help highlight internal equity issues to decision makers and contribute to fairness.

Recognition and rewards – You can use job descriptions as a baseline for performance, and as a tool to encourage performance “above and beyond” the job description, in order to distribute recognition and rewards or just plain old praise!

Discipline – Sometimes employees just don’t do what needs to be done. Hopefully, this does not happen at your place of work, but sometimes Team Members fail each other. If you need to, you can use job descriptions to illustrate when employees are not performing up to agreed-upon standards.

Essential job function analysis – The physical and environmental setting is important in order to provide employees, including new hires, who need accommodation. Not only is this the right thing to do, but it is also the law.  As of July 1992, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) mandates that an organization assist an employee when a request is made for a reasonable accommodation under the ADA.

Some Key Points to Ensure a Great Job Description Process

  • Have the employee own their description
  • Remember that no one knows the job better than the employee doing it
  • Make the employee accountable to complete it and have HR review it
  • The manager should have final JD authority and reserve the right to make changes to the final document, incorporating dialogue with the employee

Don’t make JDs more work then they have to be. Instead, make it a process to enjoy and learn from—it does not have to be awful.

Be joyful and helpful with the process, and your staff will love you for it!

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In His Name HR helps organizations build high performance Human Resources programs. Visit them at In HIS Name HR or e-mail them here.

Mark A. Griffin is the founder and chief consultant of In His Name HR LLC. Connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter.

 

 

Now Recruiting: Lead Sales Representative, Ephrata PA


 

Position Closed 

Lead Sales Representative

 

Enhancing outdoor living through design & craftsmanship with integrity. Stump’s Quality Decks and Porches is a deck contractor that specializes in building long-lasting decks and porches in Lancaster, Lebanon, Berks, and Chester counties. We design and install decks made from pressure treated wood, vinyl/composite, and exotic hardwoods, as well as gazebos, pergolas, sunrooms, and screened-in porches.

Purpose of Position: The Lead Sales Representative is responsible for establishing and maintaining profitable relationships with customers. The Lead Sales Representative has primary responsibility for ensuring that the products meet the customer’s needs.

Some Essential Duties:

  • Representing the company in any sales/related activities, including:
    • Researching new products
    • Customer prequalification
    • Sales visits
    • Drawings
    • Proposals
    • Revisions, and
    • Ongoing customer care
  • Responsible for handling all unique job requests with customer’s.
  • Responsible for establishing and maintaining profitable relationships with customers within a 1 hour and 20-minute radius from Company location for customer projects.
  • Responsible for maintaining customer relationships throughout the whole project which includes start of project to end of project.
  • Required to attend all company meetings & occasionally assisting in emergency jobs or other labor tasks.
  • Responsible for requesting customers to participate in the customer rating on-line system.
  • Responsible for notifying the right people at Stump’s to handle any concerns, or problems with the products that you are made aware of by the customer. You are the customer’s first contact.

Some Additional Responsibilities (In Office):

  • Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of industry trends in order to serve as an informational resource to management and customers during off season.
  • Assisting in Marketing with Website/Brochure redesign every other year.
  • Responsible for posting new photos to website, Houzz and other social networks.
  • During off season, required to attend and work at least two (2) home shows per year.
  • Responsible for all follow-up with customers on any issues.
  • Google docs for all customer proposals, price work-ups, current changes during project.
  • Participating in company sales and marketing meetings at the corporate office.

Some Required Personal Attributes

  • High-level of effective interpersonal communication skills, both written and verbal
  • plus organization and presentation skills.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, a positive attitude is important.
  • Dependable
  • Honest
  • Professional
  • Ability to learn quickly in a fast paced environment.
  • Strong desire to be a part of an organization with an entrepreneurial spirit and a fast paced,
  • Result-oriented culture.

Some Position Requirements

  • High school diploma, or GED.
  • A minimum of 3 – 5 years of construction sales experience, or related field.
  • Sales experience with an emphasis in decks & porches a plus.
  • Knowledge of deck building preferred.
  • Computer experience is required in:
    • Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, Google E-mail, Google doc., Google Calendar.
  • Complete support of and willing adherence to Stump’s Quality Decks & Porches’ mission, vision and core values.Applicant must hold these standards as his/her own.

All qualified individuals may submit a resume and letter of interest to:

Email HR Team

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How To Ensure You Hire the Right Person


Find the right person for the right job!

It sounds simple, but it won’t come easily without planning and a process. Getting the wrong people not only kills performance but can also damage your reputation.

And, of course, you don’t have the money to do it wrong. Training misfit or unqualified new employees always costs more in the long run than hiring the right person in the first place. Additionally, turnover is higher if employees haven’t been recruited properly. Employees grow disappointed when their position is out of their depth or the job isn’t what they thought it would be. They leave as soon as they find a better fit.

How do you hire people the right way? How do you find talent well suited for your organization and its open job position?

Remember these 3 simple tips

(1) Develop and Finalize a Thorough Job Description.

Craft a job description that matches your need, using the two most critical modes:

  1. Use the right template from the beginning, each and every time you create a position, to ensure that all information necessary is covered; and
  2. Train employees to create their own descriptions, because they know their job better than anyone.

Without a clear job description, when employees discover that a lot more is expected of them, frustration and stress result. Draft a description that is not too generalized—vagaries only hurt your organization and catch new hires off guard.

At high-performance organizations, employees know why they are there and what their specific job duties are. The description should note expectations of the job, skills or education needed, and duties and related responsibilities; plus, who they report to, and when. Include how they will be evaluated, and who will train them or be available to consult if they run into trouble.

Realistically, not everything can be covered in a job description, add a segment stating that related duties and responsibilities may arise or exist that are not detailed in the job description. Otherwise, a worker may take advantage of a concise description to avoid putting in the necessary extra effort by claiming, “That’s not my job.”

(2) Filter Your Resumes

A filter is created from the core requirements of the job description. It gives the resume screener a baseline to efficiently weed out resumes and applications that don’t meet the minimum qualifications of the descriptions. Consider outsourcing the screening process to a professional firm that will funnel the best prospects to you, or enlist someone to handle the slush pile of applications, and then feed you the cream of the crop. Filtering the process is important.

(3) Memorialize the Recruiting Process

Develop key steps to use in the process every time to ensure recruitment efficiency and fairness. Consider including the steps within these four categories as you create your own organizational recruitment process:

How your candidate pool is created (job description, advertising, screening, etc.)

How the interview process is conducted (interview questions, background check consent, candidate evaluation forms, etc.)

How a selection is made (who decides on the new hire, how are they and other candidates notified, etc.)

The elements of your hiring process (pre-employment physical, drug and alcohol testing, notifications, etc.)

It pays to spend the time and money up front to ensure a well-tuned process. An outside Human Resources firm can set up all the details involved in your recruitment and hiring process to streamline and maximize the procedure. The result will be a clear and useful tool to boost organizational performance and save costs.

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In His Name HR helps organizations build high performance Human Resources programs. Visit them at In HIS Name HR or e-mail them here.

Mark A. Griffin is the founder and chief consultant of In His Name HR LLC. Connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter.