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When a candidate considers whether to accept a job offer, they weigh the pros and cons. Pros may include increased compensation, flexibility, and responsibilities. Cons
As a recruiter, part of your job is selling a job to candidates. Your goal is to match the right person with the right role.
Hiring an employee costs time and money. You could spend as much as three times the annual salary to find the right person. As a
Defining your version of work-life balance takes time. Although work often may take precedence over other important responsibilities, you also need to focus on your
With the new decade comes new goals for your recruitment firm to reach. Part of attaining those goals involves implementing the proper tools. The following
Providing your employees with consistent feedback is important. They need to know exactly how their contributions are affecting the business, including what’s working and what
Creating strong relationships with your team members is imperative. Some of the benefits include increased productivity, engagement, and retention. One way to build strong relationships
As a recruiter, you are used to delegating. To focus on your core functions, roles and responsibilities are passed to qualified people in your business.