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Good hiring practices can eliminate many legal risks, reduce costs, increase productivity, and improve morale. Making an ill-advised hiring decision, on the other hand, can result in turnover, duplicative training, missed opportunities, and lost customers. In addition, hiring an individual who is not a good match for a position or good fit in a company eventually leads to employment termination. Every termination (no matter how justifiable and well documented) exposes the organization to the risk of a wrongful termination lawsuit or a discrimination claim. A number of different hiring tools can help employers find the right person for the job the first time around.
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151937index.aspxQuestions & Answers I am implementing a new employee orientation program. I know it could benefit the company because productivity will increase, retention and less turnover - but how do I measure it?  National
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153077tools.aspxChecklists Orientation Checklist  National
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152881tools.aspxForms Preliminary Job Description Questionnaire  National
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169491surveys.aspxSurveys Recruiting Survey - 2017  National
152893tools.aspxForms Reference Check Form  National
152883tools.aspxForms Resume Supplement  National
156164tools.aspxForms Resume Supplement  National
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152884tools.aspxForms Sample Introductory Memo for Job Description Program  National
152887tools.aspxForms Sample Job Description Format I  National
152888tools.aspxForms Sample Job Description Format II  National
152889tools.aspxForms Sample Job Description Format III  National
152890tools.aspxForms Sample Job Description Format IV  National
152885tools.aspxForms Sample Position Description Format  National
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