Are you exhausted with the recruitment and hiring process? To hire one new employee or independent contractor involves:
  • Ensuring current job descriptions.
  • Writing and posting job advertisements in multiple locations.
  • Reviewing hundreds of resumes.
  • Interviewing numerous candidates using well-prepared and legal questions.
  • Coordinating interviews with decision-makers.
  • Experiencing no-shows for interviews and start dates.
  • Checking references.
  • Conducting background investigations.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, a hiring decision that turns out not to be the right one costs an employer 30% of that employee’s first-year earnings. National professional entities like the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Glassdoor report it takes 23 to 54 days on average to hire one new manager or employee. If you are a hiring professional or manager, consider the cost and time away from strategic business matters. The math is your lost productivity and daily compensation times, 23 to 54 days. It is frequently strategic and cost-effective to engage HR Anew to help you source diverse candidates to hire people who fit, stay, and deliver on their professional promises.