With college graduations taking place this month, a whole new group of employees will be entering the job market in the coming months. And as most employers will attest, hiring is tricky business.
It’s crucial to get the right fit in a new hire and the time and effort invested in interviewing and training that person can be considerable.
However, a recent survey of American workers shows that professionals who aren’t happy in a new job may not stick around. As companies aim to not only land but retain top talent in a competitive market, the spotlight is shifting to employers to prove themselves up front to protect their hiring investment.