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Improving Your Quality of Hire: Cutting Through Candidate Intelligence

  Companies lose 25% of new hires within the first year, costing billions of dollars in lost productivity and hiring costs. With hundreds of millions more being spent on candidate intelligence, from sourcing and matching to assessments and background checks, the cost of a bad hire is getting higher every year. Rick Iversen, Head of […]

Emotional Support: Showing Compassion for Your Workforce

“Sarah Sheehan, co-founder and president of Bravely, an employee-coaching firm, told From Day One: “This moment in time has given me permission to ask my team personal questions that two weeks ago may have felt awkward asking or spending a large chunk of time discussing,” says Sheehan, who often holds meetings with her new baby […]