Posts Tagged: hiring

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Does your hiring process align with today’s employment trends?

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According to countless sources, the best candidates are off the market in 10 days. This comes as a shock to companies who haven’t had to hire in the last few years, as it wasn’t always a candidate driven market and hiring was a much slower process. Keep up with your competition! Here are some hiring…

Reconsidering Job Hoppers

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A March 2018 entrepreneur.com article stated, “For years, employers have been fighting against job-hopping, and looking for ways to retain talent for the long haul. Even so, employees continue to jump from one job to the next. In fact, the latest data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics found that between ages 18 and 28,…

Why Candidates are Rejecting Your Job Offers

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Did you take the time to sell the company to the candidate during the interview, or were you only focused on what the candidate had to offer? Times have changed. Roles haven’t necessarily flopped, but you now need to do just as much convincing as the candidate. If you’ve been a hiring manager for many…

How to Pick Between Two Qualified Candidates

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The hiring process is unpredictable. Most of the time, you invest months into trying to find a decent candidate for your open position and still come away empty-handed. However, once in a blue moon, the unheard of happens. What happens when you meet not one, but two perfect candidates for your opening? Although this situation…

Why Temporary Employees Aren’t Always the Answer

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Hiring a temporary employee can be a great solution for many situations. However, we find that there are many times companies reach out seeking temporary help not knowing that it may be more beneficial to search for a permanent employee instead. Here’s why hiring an employee on a temporary basis can work against you when…

The Perfect Candidate Declined Your Job Offer…Now What?

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Finally! You’ve met the perfect candidate for your open position after exhausting months of back to back interviews. They have the proper amount of experience, exceptional characteristics, and they fit right in with the rest of the team. It’s a no brainer that you are going to extend a job offer. But to your surprise,…