Could a Job Candidate with a Criminal Record Turn out to Be Your Best Employee?

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What if you found that hiring a former felon could be a good thing for your company?

Or that it could even turn out to a great thing, with such a person actually outperforming other employees with “clean” records?

In light of a recent study from Harvard and Amherst universities indicating that doing so may actually be a wise decision for a number of reasons, it’s a notion worth deliberation.

A Guide To Quality (Not Just Quantity) Hires

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Employers are recognizing the increase in employee turnover and are looking for ways to not only find qualified workers, but to retain them too.

Hiring, onboarding, and training a new employee can be a costly prospect for an employer, making it worthwhile to try and keep an employee who is familiar with the job and the organization.

Why Even Ask? 4 Interview Questions You Should Retire

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It’s easy and convenient to continue asking job candidates interview questions you’ve used in the past.

However – are you starting to hear the same answers from multiple candidates, or find the answers aren’t helpful to you in separating the best from the rest?

If so, you might consider these alternatives that we’ll in this blog article.

The Year of the Candidate at HireRight

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As I mentioned in my last post, 2016 is the Year of the Candidate at HireRight.

You’re probably thinking, “Please spare me another empty marketing initiative that seizes on the latest industry buzzword.”

Well, let me assure you, this is nothing of the sort.