Hiring New Employees

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Lunch & Learn with Tom Carroll, Chief Human Resource Office at RR Donnelley and Advisor at Work-Bench, on "Hiring New Employees."

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Hiring New Employees

  1. 1. Tom Carroll Lunch&LearnWork-Bench
  2. 2. The smaller the team the more critical the “right” hire becomes to the success of the team.
  3. 3. Need Exists Position is Described Search is Done Candidates are Screened Interviews Occur Hire is Made
  4. 4. • Pain Point • Creates the Need • Decisions Temporary issue or permanent need Result Desired Knowledge, skills, ability and experiences needed to get the result Add to team – yes or no
  5. 5. Summarize Role Describe the Background Declare Expected Results Define Your Culture
  6. 6. Warm Introduction Posting online Recruiters Retained versus contingent Usually fee of 33% of compensation
  7. 7. Review resumes for match to background and experience Consider initial phone interview to confirm experience, cultural expectations and potential fit Prepare comments to share with candidates about your company and culture – you are recruiting them as well
  8. 8.  If after 10 minutes you are not feeling it, end the interview and move on – consider it speed dating for the business world  Behavior Based Questions Tell me about a time when you……… Looking for candidate to describe a specific situation, an action they took and the result of that action (SAR)  Who’s talking?  Legal Compliance See Interview Tip Sheet
  9. 9. Offer Letter Include: job title, pay rate, start date Consider including: at will employment, expected end date of assignment if contingent or short term NY requires “Notice and Acknowledgement of Wage Rate and Designated Payday” See Form ▪ http://www.labor.ny.gov/workerprotection/laborstandards/employer/wage-theft-prevention-act.shtm
  10. 10. Prior to first day, have a “What to expect” conversation – what to wear, bring and do Paperwork to set up payroll (W2, banking) Complete I-9 paperwork http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9.pdf Workspace and supplies Introductions and tour Ready, Set, Start
  11. 11. For Attending Our First Lunch and Learn

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