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Four Simple Tips for Navigating the Hiring & Recruitment Crisis | Unfiltered HR

Posted by Complete Payroll | May 13, 2021 11:05:00 AM

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Our very own Jennifer Strait and Emily Martin from Ally HR Partners four simple ways that companies can navigate the current hiring & recruitment crisis.

Tips Covered:

  1. Make sure you are doing everything you can.
  2. If you've got it, flaunt it!
  3. No hire is better than a bad hire.
  4. The best recruitment strategy is an even better retention strategy.

AllyHR_Logo_500RContact Emily Martin:Web: allyhrpartners.comEmail: emartin@allyhrpartners.com

This episode was filmed on location, and in strict accordance with New York State's social distancing regulations concerning restaurants, at Ebenezer Ale House in West Seneca, NY.

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Visit their website: ebenezeralehouse.com/ 

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Topics: Labor law, Employees, Human resources, COVID-19, FFCRA, Unfiltered HR

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