ight=”156″ />Before you take a job with a new company it’s imperative to absorb the company culture and determine whether it’s right for you. Whether you’re at the start of your search for a position with a particular company or in the middle of the interview process, do your research before you take a new job.
Look at the company’s culture through the lens of its employees, as well as the employers, so you don’t get stuck at a job that makes you loath going into work every morning.
In this Vantage Point Recruiting podcast, Jay Casavant and Uli Stewart share ways to look into a company’s culture, in order to make an informed decision.
What you can expect to learn
– How best to look into a company
– The importance of your network
– What employers do to enhance their company’s culture
“We talk about culture. We talk about management philosophy. We talk about how things are organized in the departments that are in question, because you want to have a consistent message as a company to your employees.” – Jay
– Have your eyes and ears open to absorb the culture
– Send the message that you are here to stay for the long haul
“People are motivated by their purpose and what they’re doing.” – Jay
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Vantage Point Recruiting helps employers navigate the terrain of what our lives are like and what demands the employees are expecting.
Vantage Point is led by Jay Casavant, who founded the firm in 2007 after being in the high tech recruitment business for 22 years. Uli Stewart is the recruiting manager at Vantage Point Recruiting.