If the process of hiring is your worst nightmare, or if you’ve ever hired a dud before, we know how you feel. Because we’ve all done it too – either we’ve ended up in a job that sounded great but it wasn’t, or, when doing the hiring, many of us have been misled by a candidate who seemed perfect but was anything but.
Covid has created an opportunity for companies that want to step up and bring new team members into their organization. When your community or region starts to open back up, everyone will be re-hiring. There are a few factors that need to be considered now so that you are not in the middle of the pack. Or worse – the last to post your jobs.
The internet has opened up a whole new world for job searchers. Not only can anyone search, find and apply for a job online, they can also research companies that are hiring. Location, lines of business, size of the company – even names and photos of key employees are all readily available online, but today’s job searcher wants more. The … Read More
Social networks are constantly growing, and so is the opportunity to use it as a recruitment tactic. People currently registered on Facebook worldwide is around 1.44 billion, a 12 percent increase from the previous year. According to a 2013 Pew survey, 63 percent of Facebook social users check their account at least once a day, 57 percent for Instagram and … Read More
If engaged and talented people are the backbone of a strong company, then recruiting is one of the most important practices to keep a business healthy and thriving. However, recruiting is like any other aspect of business–it is continually changing and adapting to the 21st century. Here are 20 important facts for modern recruiters (and businesses) to know so they can … Read More
Want to stand out when it comes to finding that ideal target employee? While using traditional websites like LinkedIn and Monster are acceptable ways of finding new talent for your company, sometimes stretching your job ads to more unique and specific areas can make a big difference in who receives them and who you attract. Consider these less-than-common areas for … Read More