Sometimes, recruiters that work both sides of the table can get so caught up in what their client wants, they neglect the wants and needs of their candidate. As a company that will be receiving this worker, this is NOT what you want to happen.
You may have previously seen the article about finding the “perfect squirrel” for your organization, or the perfect candidate who can excel your business to the next level. Every company wants one – and they are out there – but what could it cost your company to keep searching and searching for these rare candidates?
It’s common for companies, during the hiring and on-boarding process, to make mistakes. Often it’s because companies are utilizing manual processes, which are a lot of work and essentially guarantee t
As a front-line recruiter, I talk to as many as 10 to 15 new clients a week to discuss my service offerings. I’ve tracked the responses from these calls and the number one question companies ask is “W
Ninety percent of buyers say their purchase decision was influenced by positive online reviews. 86 percent say their decision not to buy was determined by negative reviews. It’s no longer just what’s
Whether you’re aware of it or not, your company is defined by it’s internal culture. How your employees interact with each other, vendors and customers is all part of your company’s culture. Culture d