Adequate security training helps business owners address one of the most alarming internal industry threats — high turnover rates. Continuous learning teaches security guards how to safely and legally deal with risks. However, decision-makers usually fail to provide these experts with ample coaching.
In recent times, finding reliable employees can be a difficult challenge, and depending on what field you work in, you could eventually find yourself struggling to recruit enough qualified candidates for your various positions. This could especially be the case if your jobs tend to be consistently recruiting in nature or if you’re always battling a high turnover rate. Today’s blog is highlighting a few ways hiring managers can pursue a steadier stream of job applicants if you have open opportunities that fall into one of these categories.
Days to Hire is a standard HR metric security guard companies use to gauge staffing productivity. The clock starts ticking when an applicant enters the hiring pipeline and stops when they are placed in the field. Obviously, the faster the better.
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