Recruiting employees: why you have to get it right A bad hire inevitably becomes a costly business expense. When businesses hire someone who doesn’t work out, they have to make time for recruiting employees, re-advertising the position, interviewing other people, and training a suitable replacement.
In addition to finding someone new, everyone in the company faces a loss in productivity when businesses bring in a bad hire. Employers also deal with an increase in unemployment insurance costs after separating the employee who wasn’t a good fit.
Furthermore, these expenses don’t even take into account the time and money — and the crushing stress — that comes with performance managing a bad hire out of the company. Getting the right people into the right positions is one of the smartest commitments any business can make. In fact, the right people form the heart and soul of any business operation.
Many business owners hesitate to outsource recruiting and other HR functions. Employers worry that the cost of professional employee recruiting could exhaust profit margins that are already too thin.
In reality, many businesses quickly recover the original investment that they make when they outsource recruiting operations.
They stop losing a great deal of money due to mishandling of HR issues, and they save a significant amount of money by retaining talented, dependable employees.
By turning over employee recruiting to National PEO, you’ll get help handling all applications, skill appraisals, interviews, and reference checks. Our recruitment services find the best available candidates. Then, they make the ultimate recommendation to your managers after a thorough vetting process.
The HR professionals at National PEO work with your managers to improve overall employee selection and to enhance workforce quality. Their efforts will lower your turnover rates to the bare minimum, letting you focus on growth instead of on training and retraining employees for the same positions.
If you’re ready to turn over recruiting to National PEO’s experienced staff, request a quote either by calling us or by filling out our online form. Once we get an idea of your staffing needs, we can let you know how an investment in recruitment services will ultimately save you money.
National PEO works with your company in either a PEO or ASO relationship, and each arrangement has different benefits for your company:
PEO. If you hire us as a professional employer organization, National PEO takes all of your human resources functions, including recruiting, off of your plate. We become co-employers, taking care of your human resources while you maintain control over all other operational functions. PEO recruiting relationships mean that we do more work for your organization. They also minimize your risk and create a deeper, more meaningful partnership.
ASO. In an administrative services organization relationship, you maintain control over hiring and other HR functions. In addition to maintaining control, you also retain an element of risk. If this suits you, we can provide support and assistance with many routine tasks. It means less time spent on back-office paperwork and more time devoted to running your company.