The Difference Between High Potential and High Performance

The Difference Between High Potential and High Performance

Many employers make the mistake of confusing high performance with high potential. Both are important and nice to have, but high performance is what most often gets noticed. As a result, signs of high performance often overshadow the indicators of high potential. Make an effort to distinguish between performance and potential and recognize the two serve different roles and need to be managed and mentored accordingly.

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Top 5 Reasons a Candidate Will Accept Your Job Offer

Top 5 Reasons a Candidate Will Accept Your Job Offer

While it can seem like organizations have the upper hand in the recruiting process, companies have just as much to gain and lose as applicants. In today’s war for talent, many of the best applicants have their pick of job offers. To get candidates to choose your organization over another, companies need to share concrete, compelling reasons why they are the better choice on the company career website.

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Engage Candidates for Successful Onboarding

Engage Candidates for Successful Onboarding

I recently took over onboarding duties for our biggest client, whose goal is to hire hundreds of new employees over the course of the year.  My onboarding duties include writing and sending out the offer letter, sending the initial welcome after their acceptance, initiating the background check, acquiring the HR paperwork, and answering any questions the new hires may have.  Basically, I’m handed candidates who have accepted their offers, and it is my job to get all the required documents in and ensure the candidates show up for their first day.

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