Starting with the right hiring process will set you up for success in introducing new individuals who are best suited for the position.
A compelling job offer letter ensures clarification of employment terms and sets the stage for a strong start in the right direction.
1) attracting talent for your immediate and future needs, and 2) filling your critical positions with the right people.
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 […]
Not everyone knows exactly what we do as recruiters, especially if you have never worked with one. It is a privilege to help you find career advancement, develop stronger networking skills and learn what motivates you. Career fulfillment doesn’t always happen but striving for the best opportunities should be on everyone’s radar.
The week’s events center on the technology, local communities/ municipalities, companies that leverage technology (especially IT) , schools and job seekers.
Uli and I are taking our pilgrimage to my stomping grounds, Burlington, Vermont, next week to attend one of our favorite yearly networking events, Vermont Tech Jam 2016. Even the 4 hour ride from Portland is something to look forward to, given the foliage season in full bloom. We get to see Mount Washington, Mount […]
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Outdated, poorly characterized, inaccurate or misrepresented job descriptions are among the most common reasons people leave companies or are terminated…
Networking can boost your professional career to the next level and enhance your personal life. Whether you’re starting your own business, looking for a new job, or looking for key people for your company, networking can be your life support.
Nearly 80% of employees come to an organization via networking and word-of-mouth (RecruitingBlogs.com). So, why do employers spend so much time focused on job postings if they are only really bringing in less than 20% of their workforce?