Why Your Business Should Use an Employee Onboarding Checklist

Why Your Business Should Use an Employee Onboarding Checklist on ahabusinessconsulting.comFAQs on why you need and how to use an employee onboarding checklist.

Finding the right new hire is only half the battle. A large part of your new hire becoming a successful, long-term employee is a result of how their onboarding process goes. Taking the time to ensure your new hires are properly on-boarded into your organization can positively or negatively affect your bottom-line. The cost of hiring a new employee is high, so failing to devote the time and resources to the onboarding process can drastically hurt your business.

Don’t Keep Your Candidates Guessing : Why Communication is the Key to Keeping Candidates Interested

Don’t Keep Your Candidates Guessing: Why Communication is the Key to Keeping Candidates Interested on ahabusinessconsulting.comThe hiring process has become more complex because of the need to run background checks, pre-hire assessments, and multiple interview rounds. None should be used as an excuse to drop off the radar once you have engaged a job candidate.

It’s already difficult to find good job candidates.  As a hiring manager, you don’t want to drive potential candidates away. Recent research published by Glassdoor shows that the average interviewing time continues to lengthen.

You don’t have to do it all: The Power of Delegation

You don’t have to do it all: The Power of Delegation on ahabusinessconsulting.comWe all want to succeed, and it’s usually why we take on more projects than we can handle alone. There really is only one way to get them all done—and that’s to look to your team for help.

If you want something done right, you’ve got to do it yourself. Does that statement resonate with you? Might be time to give it the old heave-ho. As a manager, it might be preventing you—and your team from real progress.

5 Tips for Understanding Your Customer’s Behavior

5 Tips for Understanding Your Customer’s Behavior on ahabusinessconsulting.comLearn how to read your customers for greater sales success

Completely understanding your customers is the key to an organization’s success. Who are they? What are their hobbies? What do they spend their time doing? What motivates them to buy? It’s not just about knowing their demographics, but anticipating their needs in order to continue to provide value – both in your products or services and in delivering the ideal customer experience.