Start-ups begin in many different ways. While many of them launch with an intention to turn into a huge, profitable corporation, other companies come about out of necessity. For example, a freelance programmer could gain so many projects he’d need a part-time employee to help out with his clients. More…Continue
Added by Rick Girard on November 30, 2017 at 2:50pm — No Comments
Decisions, decisions. You need to hire a new employee and you’ve already started doing some phone screens, but you can’t decide if you want to hire someone direct or have them start as a contractor. This week’s discussion will hopefully give you a few things to consider when making a…Continue
Added by Chris Specht on November 27, 2017 at 6:30pm — No Comments
There is a vast amount of information readily available online in regards to the concept of time to hire, but the flip side of this is the cost of a bad hire-how much to do you know about this? 1 in 5 decision makers within a company are unaware of how much a bad hire actually costs their…Continue
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You’ve done it. You’ve landed yourself a great offer at an exciting new company that will challenge and inspire you to achieve greatness. You’ve deliberated the pros and cons of a new career choice, and know you’re heading to greener pastures. The details…Continue
Added by Rick Girard on February 27, 2017 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Every now and then, we join one of our users for lunch to find out more about the way they recruit. This week, we visited CROWDYHOUSE, where Mark and Suzan hold office with their 20+ (and counting)…Continue
Added by Hagi Trinh on January 27, 2017 at 12:00pm — No Comments
You want to hire the best people. Always.
But the next time you try to project a “superstar” in your job description, think again.
In a Harvard Business School publication called “Toxic Workers,” Michael Housman and Dylan Minor…Continue
Added by Hagi Trinh on April 19, 2016 at 5:30am — No Comments
Below is the transcript of the talk between Perry Oostdam, Co-founder and CEO of Recruitee, and Josh Pigford, Founder of…Continue
Added by Hagi Trinh on April 12, 2016 at 11:00am — No Comments
It’s not only for job listing. Careers site is one of the most crucial tools that empower employer brand and define the future of your team. Nothing is worse than this:
The perfect candidate comes to your company’s website, sees no…Continue
Added by Hagi Trinh on April 5, 2016 at 8:30am — No Comments
“In this market, where engineering supply is severely out of whack with demand, where good people are rarely actively looking for jobs, and where contingency recruiters get at least $25,000 per hire, the biggest…
Added by Hagi Trinh on March 30, 2016 at 4:30am — No Comments
Talent sourcing is crucial to growing your talent pool. It’s very common to source like-minded people, and these can turn into ideal candidates. They are likely to be a cultural fit and are willing to stick with your company through thick and thin.…Continue
Added by Hagi Trinh on March 22, 2016 at 5:30am — No Comments
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The cost of hiring the right employee can be hefty. A recent report by The US Bureau Of Labor Statistics shows that the cost of hiring has increased by 0.7% in Dec 2015 and Unit labor costs have increased by 2.8 percent…Continue
Added by Satyajeet Thorat on February 22, 2016 at 6:00am — No Comments
Most recruiters have this perennial complaint while hiring for engineering firms; it is very hard to find a good engineering manager. They say, good engineers are tough to hire but easy to find, while on the other hand, good engineering managers are not only tough to hire but also tough to find. But what exactly makes a good engineering manager? We will find out…Continue
Added by Angel Joana Hall on October 28, 2015 at 1:34am — No Comments
More than a “welcome to the company,” an engaging onboarding program sets the stage for your new hire to hit the ground running. Whether you have one or five new employees, a sound, well-designed onboarding program creates compelling motivation for you—and your new hire—to get the most from this stage in the work lifecycle.
Why is onboarding important?
In an increasingly mobile workforce, job transition is common. According to the …Continue
Added by Jaime Spuhler on September 3, 2015 at 10:00am — No Comments
Some time ago I started wandering what the most frequent resume mistakes are. I decided to ask my friend Jana Rookard, who has been an HR manager for ten years and now works at Assignment Jedii – assignment help service. She said that she has looked through more…Continue
Added by Adam Mann on March 6, 2015 at 9:38am — No Comments
Recruiting is acquiring talent for your interests. IMHO I built one of the better blogs about recruiting, the SmartRecruiters Blog. In my three and a half years running SmartRecruiters content marketing and social media, I've recruited and edited 250+ writers and our work amassed 3+ million pageviews. I'd like to share some tips on how I did it and provide you with a directory of top recruitment…Continue
I am new to the recruiting launching a Recruiting & Staffing agency specifically IT industry trying to get the just of were to locate client's and candidates. I was told to find client's I must get on vendor list ? Due to companies not contracting with temp agencies however vendor's only Is the new's paper a good search for client's that are looking to hire. Please help need some tip's to source candidate's.
Added by Donceletta Bellamy on January 4, 2015 at 9:54am — No Comments
Can you imagine a world where professional athletes only get paid if they win? In 1960, the Dallas Cowboys didn't win a game. In 1976, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn't win one. And as recently as 2009, the Detroit Lions didn't win a single game. In the NBA, the Charlotte Bobcats won just 7 games in…Continue
Albert Johnson comes home from work exhausted. He hugs his wife and kids, and then he falls into his easy chair. Today was just another grinding day for him as the vice president of sales for The Magic Mirror Company. The tremendous pressure to achieve the corporate revenue budget number sits on his narrow shoulders. Things are tough right now and he is being squeezed by the CEO as well as his executive peers to drive sales.
As he leans back in his chair, Albert scratches his head in…Continue
Added by Lee Salz on February 5, 2014 at 1:00pm — No Comments