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6 Tips to Effectively Negotiate Salaries with Top Talent

6 Tips to Effectively Negotiate Salaries with Top Talent

May 29th, 2014

Every hiring manager should be gunning to hire the best in the market while staying within budget. There is nothing worse than investing countless recruitment hours into a top quality candidate and then losing them in the offer negotiation stage. Here are some tips to help you effectively manage the negotiation process.

Hire Wisdom: How to Seek Counsel on Hiring Decisions

Hire Wisdom: How to Seek Counsel on Hiring Decisions

May 22nd, 2014

Imagine you had your very own board of directors for your life to help you make wiser decisions before you made tough choices. Guess what? You probably do; you just haven’t learned how to identify and tap into your network. Tapping into your network for advice on hiring decisions can pay off ten-fold, helping find you that A+ hire and often making the hiring process a much smoother one.

How Social Media is Reshaping Recruiting – for Companies and Candidates

How Social Media is Reshaping Recruiting – for Companies and Candidates

May 15th, 2014

If your organization is searching for new employees, chances are that you have considered using social media to find the right candidates. There is ample proof that social media can help fill jobs. Numerous industry reports indicate that the vast majority of hiring managers are using social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to identify and screen candidates.

Workplace Diversity: Lessons from Canadian Paralympic Rower, Victoria Nolan – Part Two

Workplace Diversity: Lessons from Canadian Paralympic Rower, Victoria Nolan – Part Two

May 13th, 2014

Recently Canadian Paralympic Rower, Victoria Nolan, came in to IQ PARTNERS to share her story, motivate our team, and spark a discussion around diversity in hiring. Having developed retinis pigmentosa (RP) at age 18, Victoria faced a number of challenges in trying to fulfill her dream of becoming a teacher.

Should I Take the First Offer or Should I Negotiate?

Should I Take the First Offer or Should I Negotiate?

May 1st, 2014

You interviewed for a great job that scores checkmarks all around on your career wish list. So when you get the call that the job is yours, do you simply agree to sign on the dotted line? Or should you negotiate the terms of your contract to see how much more you can improve the offer?