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You are your business.You know what you do and why.You know where you’re planning to go, and you know the hurdles your business will need to jump over to get there. You know who you are, but do job candidates? Developing a brand is an important part of business today. What is a brand? It’s an image, a mission, and a purpose. It includes less tangible things as well, such as your current employees views and opinions and how your business is perceived in the marketplace.Published:18-Apr-2012
You’re hired. Despite the time and work leading up to those words, it cumulates in one hour, with one manager and one candidate. That decision can result in a wonderful addition to your company, or be the biggest mistake you’ve ever made. There are ways to prepare for this potential life-changing interview. Start by delving into the past. Each job in each company is about so much more than technical skills and knowledge. Use the interview process to evaluate past performance and fit with your business’s environment and company culture.Published:18-Apr-2012
Here are four things we focus on to keep our customers coming back.1. Learn the job. We find out what you’re looking for, and it goes beyond the job description. Basic skills and prior experience are easy to define, and if we search just those requirements, you’d have hundreds of potential candidates. In addition to skills, we want to know what it takes to be successful in this position. Why does a person really need five years of prior experience? Why would a top-level candidate want to work there? What is special about this job, about your business? The answers might not be on the tip of your tongue, but we’ll help you find them. Once we have the less tangible aspects of the job, we’ll have a better chance of finding the right person quickly. Remember, you are looking for someone to do the job, not to just impress you with a hefty list of skills. Here are four things we focus on to keep our customers coming back...2.Published:18-Apr-2012
Talking to each other is something we do everyday. You converse with strangers, friends and associates. However, when placed in an uncomfortable situation, how do people react?That is what you need to find out before making the choice on which candidate is right foryou.Published:18-Apr-2012
Getting you the right person at the right time is critical. Neither of us wants the hiring process to drag, nor do we want to sift through hundreds of people who don’t meet your qualifications. That’s why it’s important for us to know what you’re looking for. Here are four things you can do to speed up the process and get the right person for your business.Published:17-Apr-2012
Personality has an obvious effect on performance and how well a new employee fits with the culture and environment of your business. You may even have specific personality factors defined for key positions. Does that mean a test can you give you the answer about which candidate is best?Published:17-Apr-2012