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Top 3 HR Related Topics from 2015

December 30th, 2015

Last year was a real doozy for human resource and recruitment professionals in the Atlanta area! We experienced some challenging situations, from rapid updates in employment laws, health care reform, and recruiting in an ever candidate-driven market. But the truth is, the recruitment team at Staffing Resources was proud to be a part of it, and we are looking forward to another outstanding year.

We love to use this time to year to reflect on what went well in the previous, so without further ado, here are the top 3 HR related blog topics from 2015

Establishing Dress Code Policies – What Works Best for Your Company?
In their attempts to attract Millennials, many companies are leaving behind older styles of business attire in favor of casual dress code policies. Experts believe that this can support more focus on work vs. the fashion show. But, let’s not throw all caution to the wind yet! Dress code policies create the image that the company wants to put forth into the world, and there have to be some guidelines – otherwise employees may show up to work dressed inappropriately. Here are some general rules for establishing a reasonable dress code policy.

Key Reasons to Outsource Your Hiring Initiatives
In 2015, just like this year, many employers are looking for ways to reduce staffing costs while retaining quality of hiring. A big shift towards outsourcing took place, and is still happening with companies in Atlanta and other cities. In this article, we provide great reasons for considering an outsourced recruitment model for your business, which still apply today.

Preventing HR Nightmares – Setting up an Employee Handbook
Does your company mitigate risk by having a formal employee handbook? If not, then now is the time to review this article and start putting this critical workforce document together. You’ll learn how to set up an employee manual so that you can protect your business with published employee policies. This article outlines the critical elements that need to be present in the employee handbook, and where to get support to manage this task.

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