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What is the Best Employee Onboarding Software for 2022?

Onboarding has been a hot topic as employers compete to recruit, retain, and engage top talent, and there’s no sign that will change in 2022. ...
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Types of Performance Management Systems & Choosing the One for You

A performance management system is a vital part of human resources and people management. It’s essential for keeping employees on track, spotting high performers, and handling productivity issues. Performance management systems take you beyond basic employee reviews and into professional development territory, where employees — and your business — can flourish.
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ClearCompany Earns 2021 Great Place to Work Certification™

ClearCompany is thrilled to share that we have recently been recognized for our outstanding company culture and for product excellence by several prestigious organizations! First, we’re proud to announce that we have earned a 2021 Great Places to Work Certification™. Great Place to Work® is the global authority on workplace culture, employee experience, and the leadership behaviors proven to deliver market-leading revenue, employee retention, and increased innovation. In addition, our leading Talent Management Platform swept the fall software awards season! ClearCompany earned recognition as a top HR software solution on prominent software review lists. Gartner and G2 named ClearCompany as a leading HR software platform across several categories. Keep reading to learn more about the recent honors we’ve received.
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10 Unique Candidate Screening Questions

This article on unique candidate screening questions was originally published on June 2019. It has since been updated as of August 2021.  We know you’ve seen the plethora of blogs, whitepapers, articles, and ebooks full of advice about the best questions to ask when screening candidates. There are “how-to guides,” “dos and don’ts,” and “best practice” resources saturating the internet. Those resources can make the interview process seem simple, but in reality, even seasoned recruiters and HR pros sometimes struggle to screen candidates. 
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