Austin, Texas (PRWEB) March 29, 2006
In response to the growing interest in retention and hiring, Integrated Screening Partners (ISP) surveyed industry leaders and professionals to uncover critical intelligence for those involved in the hiring process. Based on this research, ISP today released its first report in the 2006 quarterly series [“Hiring and Retention Best Practices.”
Through extensive research and interactions with clients in various industries, ISP discovered a significant divide between industry leaders’ best practices and common practice for employee screening: only industry leaders are using employee screening as a qualitative tool to influence retention.
HR professionals are under pressure: executives expect them to perform with fewer resources, emerging technologies demand attention and evaluation and their company’s bottom line demands that they increase employee retention. “Hiring and Retention Best Practices: Employee Screening” offers recommendations for fully utilizing employee screens and subsequently increasing retention during the hiring process.
The key findings in this report include:
- HR professionals can have a tremendous effect on retention by screening applicants thoroughly.
- Baseline screens are a common practice and an indicator of the applicant’s future.
- HR professionals are doing more with less.
Integrated Screening Partners (ISP) understands the importance of investing in human capital, with a goal to provide the essential information required to make the right hiring decisions in the shortest amount of time possible. Our global client list includes Fortune 100, small and midsize companies as well as education institutions and trade associations.
ISP provides a service level that clients were not aware that they were missing. To learn more, read our best practices report, “Baseline Legacy Solutions – What You Are Missing From Your Current Provider” or contact us at Joel.Pearson@integratedscreening.com for your customized report to help you recruit, hire and retain quality employees.