One of the most effective ways to constantly improve recruiting practice is to stay on top of the latest trends and behaviors when it comes to hiring, engaging employees and employee retention.
Top talent is hard to find, so when you do find that A-player you’ll want to make sure your company is the one to hire them over your competitors. Watch Marketing Recruiter Catherine Lund break down 5 ways companies kill their chances of hiring the candidate they want, and what they should do instead.
To help you break out of your hiring malaise, we’ve put together a hiring agenda to ensure you are not only being diligent with your hiring practices but you also make a good impression on the candidates you interview. Don’t forget, candidates are assessing your company as much as you are assessing them, and if you want to attract the best talent, you need to impress them.
If you want your company to thrive, you need to hire finance professionals based on more than just their ability to work with numbers. Top candidates also need to bring something else to the table that can potentially help your company.
Counter offers are a candidate’s current employer’s effort to keep them – some offer, raise, or perk that might entice them to stay after they’ve already accepted a new job at another company. As headhunters we see this all too often, and unfortunately, it is usually the best, most senior candidates that are the most likely to be presented with a counter offer. Here are our 3 best tips companies can use to avoid losing their best candidates to counter offers.
Hiring to cover a maternity leave is a very different situation than hiring to fill a vacant position. There are many variables at play, and how you approach hiring for a maternity leave can have a big impact on company culture, employee satisfaction, performance, and many other internal factors.