So here comes a new year with all the hopes and aspirations that a new year brings. What are you going to do this year to further your career? Why didn’t you do it this year? You procrastinated.
1. Make your highest and best offer first. If you are really serious about hiring an outstanding employee, then nothing can be more insulting to an employee than a “low ball offer.” If your intent is to make a low offer and then raise it if the person declines, you have already created an adversarial tone. If you are serious, make a serious offer.
“In many cases an insulting array of documentation that is used to escape the possibility of a mistake in the hiring process.”
If you want to compete in the business world, you need world class talent. How do you find the very best available talent, right now? Certainly not by using an outside recruitment firm. After all why would you want: Experts in the field of your industry that take a proactive approach in seeking out the very best candidates and [...]
If you type the following into google search ” the most googled employment topic” your first few results will look like this……well you get the picture.
Nothing relevant to actual employment topics. Google is arguably the most influential search engine or (company for that matter) on the planet but unless you are specific in your search, you are likly to end up with gobledigook that have no revelence.