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Attracting Top Talent

7 Proven Techniques for Getting the Right Hire, the First Time

What keeps business leaders up at night? A wrong hire definitely tops the list.  Not only is a wrong hire costly, it can prevent you from achieving your goals and objectives. Hiring is Like Dating Remember your first date?  You already knew that the person met the critical essentials—education, interests, and personal appeal.  And then […]

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Good Job Descriptions. . . and How to Get Them

Job descriptions are routinely neglected, and that is a recipe for disaster.

Outdated, poorly characterized, inaccurate or misrepresented job descriptions are among the most common reasons people leave companies or are terminated…

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Vantage Point Recruiting Podcast: Adapting to Change, Part 1

It’s quite evident that technology is changing things in the workforce setting. Employers need to face this fact, so they can overcome the challenge of adapting to change. In this Vantage Point Recruiting podcast, Jay Casavant and Uli Stewart share ways companies can thrive by adapting to change, supporting employees and so much more.

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Vantage Point Recruiting Podcast: How Businesses Benefit from Recruiters

Businesses, like Vantage Point Recruiting, hand-picks the best types of people to meet each company’s needs. They help them identify the key attributes, as well as develop systems to meet the company’s specific needs. But the recruiting process doesn’t end there…  After placing an individual in a certain organization, it’s essential for a recruiter to track the […]

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The Zipcar Story: Strong Leadership, Savvy Marketing and Key Hiring Enables Rapid Growth

Scott Griffith was a hired gun who was selected to bring a floundering startup that was underfunded and unable on its own to get to those levels of efficiency to become a global leader in the business. Proper leadership established a strong brand / marketing brand internal as well as externally to capture the market then execute on how to keep up with the business needs as it grew exponentially.

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Cooperating with your Competition

When considering cooperating with your competition,  there is a natural tendency to resist.  In many instances those relationships can be beneficial and can lead to business growth,  as well as flexibility to take on different work and improving your reputation. An engineering manager recently rehired a project engineer who worked for his company in the recent past. Shortly after the […]

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