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Seasonal Hiring Best Practices

You'd Better Be Good This

For retailers, restaurants and other seasonal businesses, those 90 or so high-stress days during which you’ll be charged with making up to 40 percent of your annual sales are fast approaching. It’s not wishful thinking to envision your barely trained seasonal employees inspiring customers to spend more this holiday season – and to come back after the glitter settles. That is, if you’re prepared to hire well to make up for the lack of opportunity to train well.
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Case Study: Dairy Queen®

Case Study: Dairy Queen

Turnover had been high and the flow of applications low at Liepman Restaurants Inc.’s 21 out-of-the-way Dairy Queen® locations. Now the franchise business is fully staffed with people who work harder and longer than the industry average. And customers are noticing.
How things turned around >

Happy Thoughts

Happy Thoughts Results of our study >

Best Companies for Hourly Workers

Working Mother

Almost 75 million Americans are getting paid by the hour, many of them moms working to support their families. Is your workplace supportive of them? If your company has 500 or more employees, and at least 50 percent are hourly, you can find out if you have what Working Mother magazine deems an outstanding hourly environment. Take the “Best Companies for Hourly Workers” survey by Oct. 14 to see if your company is worthy of being acknowledged in a feature article publishing in April/May 2012 and celebrated at a gala event. Even if you don’t make the list, you’ll receive confidential feedback on how you compare with other respondents.
Find out how you rank >

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Fulfilling the dreams of hourly workers and those who employ them is not a desk job. We hope to see you at HRTech, NACS, Staffing World and many other events coming up where you’ll be able to take our talent management suite for a test run to see how it’s working for thousands of employers. Follow us on Twitter @SnagajobWorks to see where we’re heading next.
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