Flexible schedules are among the most in-demand employee perks. Companies that offer flexible schedules tend to have high employee engagement, productivity, and job satisfaction. Offering flexible schedules promotes work-life balance. This helps parents, caregivers, people with medical issues or disabilities, and other types of employees fit in work around their personal needs. Filling your roles… Read more »
Knowing When You Find Candidates Who Are “The Right Fit”
Finding agriculture candidates who fit your business needs is challenging. The process takes a significant amount of time to establish connections with the best talent. This is why having a hiring plan is so important. Knowing what you’re looking for helps you reach your goal. You can accomplish this objective in a few steps. Follow… Read more »
5 Ways to Find Hidden Agricultural Talent
Like many industries, you may be having trouble hiring agricultural employees. This might even more challenging as the Great Resignation continues. To improve your results, you should be using nontraditional methods to find the candidates you need to move your organization forward. Focus on any of these five sources to hire qualified agricultural employees.… Read more »
What Does Your Candidate Experience Look Like?
Your candidate experience is the series of interactions a job seeker has with your company throughout your hiring process. These interactions include all communication that a candidate receives from your brand messaging, software systems, or employees. You want each of these interactions to be as positive as possible so that the candidates want to… Read more »
Does Your Company Culture Attract Top Talent?
In 2014, the number of jobs posted for the agricultural sector was nearly 5,400 each month throughout the U.S. and Canada, with the largest number of posted jobs located in the Midwest region of the U.S. But commodity prices have somewhat restricted the need to hire at last year’s pace. In this economy hiring the… Read more »