Hiring Manager Resource Guide
The five sections that follow represent areas of focus for recruiting and retaining top Talent, and include tools to aid in this process:
Identifying a need to hire can be both exciting and scary. Perhaps you are losing a long-time employee who has filled their role perfectly. Perhaps growth within your Department warrants a new position being created. In any case, here are some tools to get you started on backfilling a positions, or filling a new one:
Forming a Plan
We all have busy schedules and carving out time for another meeting may seem pointless but understanding a Hiring Manager's expectations is key for ensuring a quality hire. Communicating by email also does not deliver the same results. The following tools are used to ensure an effective Recruitment Plan:
If Hiring Mangers take the time to prepare for interviews, not only does this ensure the right candidate will be selected for the position, but even those applicants who end up not being selected will be left with a good impression of UTEP, spread the word, and may pursue another opportunity here.
Here are some tools to help you prepare for the perfect interview:
Onboarding is important because it acclimates employees to their role, the company's philosophies, and what the company has to offer. It also engages employees, creating workers that are committed to the company's success and helps retain new hires by making them feel like a member of the team.
Please be aware of UTEP's onboarding process to ensure retention of your top talent:
New Employee Success and Retention - "Onboarding" refers to the processes in which new hires are integrated into the organization. It includes activities that allow new employees to complete an initial new-hire orientation process, as well as learn about the organization and its structure, culture, vision, mission and values. Onboarding is a comprehensive process involving management and other employees and can last up to 12 months.
Here are some tools to help you do that:
6 benefits of a 30-60-90 day plan
There are plenty of benefits to a 30-60-90 day plan, for both the employer and the employee. Here are six of our favorite benefits to consider.
- It helps optimize productivity
- It sets clear expectations
- It helps with goal setting
- It can help alleviate the new job jitters
- It empowers employees to self-manage their work
- It serves as a reminder of priorities