How To Hire the Right Way for Your Company
Is there a right way to hire? Besides checking for a resume that stands out and hiring an experienced worker with many years, there might be more to the list to add than you think. The hiring process can be a tedious task, especially if your company recently had to let go of someone or has a growing business in need of more help. Whatever the case may be, there is always room for improvement on both ends. You want to make sure you aren’t just hiring because you need it, but because you want to make your employees and your company feel valued. We briefly talk about how your company can hire the right way in our blog below.
Administer a Background Check Beforehand
After the interview process is over, and you choose to move forward, administering a background check as a compliance screening is essential. The selection will provide security towards your company and reassurance with where your employer stands. There are many benefits for background checks, including making sure your employer has the right to work legally and that your company will not face wrongful legal issues at any place and time.
Request a Drug Test
Many companies require a drug test during the duration of employment either quarterly, yearly or before the beginning of a project. However, drug tests requested for an individual before the job start date will ensure your employer meets the companies safety requirements from the moment they begin. Drug screenings such as a hair test can determine drug presence and traceback as far as months in advance. Your company can save time by conducting on-site testing so that there is no altering from outside sources and keep results exclusively private for each employee.
Offer Employee Benefits
Nothing says, “I want to work for this company,” more than a company that offers great perks. These can include purchasing insurance plans at a lower cost through the company to you and the employer and 401K plans. Companies that hire without offering employee benefits usually end up losing in the sense that employers quit because they cannot afford a high paying insurance outside the company. Employers also become frustrated by working for a company that offers no paid programs, reimbursements or savings plans. Giving employers benefits will make them feel valued and become motivated to come to work every day, knowing they are covered through all branches of human resources.
Become a leader in your business today and let us help you with human resource management. Coastal Human Resource Group, Inc. is a Human Resource Outsourcer (HRO). We serve as a full-service human resources department for small and medium-sized businesses throughout the Southeast which provides compliance screening as well as background checks. Visit www.Coastal-HR.com or call us toll-free at 1-888-757-7444. We’re here to help ensure that all your human resources needs are met.