Monthly Archives: August 2018

Congratulations to Kierstin Fureigh on earning The Recruiter Academy certification!

August 22, 2018

Kierstin completed the Lean Human Capital Recruiter Academy Course, which focuses on improving and streamlining the recruitment cycle. The improvements assist companies with finding passive candidates, hiring quality candidates and supporting employee retention. Kierstin has already implemented specific aspects she learned from the 12 week course, including an updated new hire check-in process, a new position intake form, and much more!    

Client Spotlight – SW North America

August 22, 2018

Since 2012, SW North America (SWNA) has been growing its manufacturing presence in the North American markets. Specializing in multi-spindle, high-precision machining centers to produce components for vehicle powertrain and mechanical and precision engineering, the Company has become an industry leader in not only providing energy-efficient machines, but also superior customer service. SW North America has created a niche for providing customers with innovative technology along with a customized, personable approach to business. EctoHR, Inc. has had the privilege of providing strategic HR services to SWNA for the past two years. In support of the Company’s goals of growth and ...

Congratulations on your Dale Carnegie Graduation, Becky!

August 20, 2018

Congratulations to Becky Przywara on her graduation from the Dale Carnegie Training Course. The course’s 12 sessions primarily focus on communication, stress management, leadership, delegation and appreciation, among many other things. Becky looks forward to using the principals of Dale Carnegie in her professional and personal life. Way to go, Becky!

Making Exit Interviews Valuable

August 15, 2018

Exit interviews are a crucial tool for helping organizations evolve and advance. When executed properly, exit interviews allow employers the unique opportunity to gain insight into why employees leave, why they would have stayed, and how the organization can ultimately improve. The most valuable exit interviews start with a strategic approach. Employers should first identify a manager that the exiting employee trusts and feels comfortable with to conduct the interview. The employee’s direct manager should likely not conduct the interview, as the employee may not be comfortable sharing negative feedback. It is important to create an open, conversational atmosphere to ...