Partnering with Employers in your Area to Get People Back to Work Faster
important for today’s job seeker to make connections through networking these days,
after all, most jobs are not found on the internet. They are found through getting
out and talking to people, finding out what is available, and in a lot of cases cold
calling employers to see what jobs they have available that aren’t posted.
an employer, you can help your exiting employees find new jobs faster by staying connected
as well, like this company
in the UK did
when forced to lay off part of their workforce. By
talking to other employers in their area, Tesco was able to place a good portion of
their skilled labor elsewhere within the community. We
know of several companies that have done this and established ongoing agreements with
other employers in their area. They check
in with each other whenever they need to let folks go or hire because they know they
will get quality replacements to fill their open positions. This
saves on recruiting costs, decreases time to fill open positions, decreases training
costs and saves on unemployment costs because laid off employees find work faster.
This weblog is sponsored by TALX.
Recommended For You
Case Analysis: Claimant was absent from the work area and found “resting” in locker room Background A company discharged its employee […]
Case Analysis: Claimant did not report her absences in order to have them covered by FMLA Background A company discharged […]
Case Analysis: Claimant argues her absenteeism was for reasons outside her control Background A company discharged its employee for violating the […]
What is Considered Job Abandonment? Monthly Video Series: 2 of 12 When is an employee’s failure to show up for […]