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Recruitment methods are continually advancing to streamline the process and help you find the best candidate to keep your business moving forward. With so many job applications happening online, you may often find yourself taking a chance on an applicant because their resume checks all...

These days, the conditions of a new job matter more than ever. Job applicant standards regarding benefits, rewards, work pace, and more are higher. They want to find an employer that will ensure their safety and wellness to compensate for their work commitment. That’s why...

Many people assume that the only time it is important to speak to a recruiter is when you show up in their office and ask for help finding a job. While this is indeed a big part of the work that a recruiter does, there are plenty of other services they can offer you and many other ways you can take advantage of their skills and expertise. Here are a few other reasons you should consider seeking the services of a recruiter. recruiter

When it comes to building your business, few things end up being more important than your staff. It’s your staff who are in the thick of it day in and day out, and you want to know you have the right people in those positions. The best thing you can do is find a recruitment agency who you are confident with to take on the task of finding the right talent for your team. Develop a relationship with the recruitment team and pretty soon you’ll have a great staff behind your company. Here’s how to choose the right agency: recruitment

You are likely all too familiar with the job interview question asking a prospective new-hire “what do you think your and weaknesses are?” Many candidates go into interviews with a ready-made answer for this question, knowing that it is typically one of the first questions asked. But, why are we so concerned about weaknesses? Shouldn’t we just be focusing on discovering what strengths they will bring to the company? When it comes to your hiring practices, here’s why you need to stop asking about weakness and start focusing on strengths. strengths

The right recruiter can be your greatest ally in the job hunting process. They can lead you towards postings you might not have discovered on your own, help negotiate important job details with a prospective new employer, show resources for brushing up on some key skills, help with interview preparations, and even motivate you when you’re feeling hopeless. In other words, a recruiter can be a life-line for a job seeker. When it comes to working with a recruiter, however, it’s important to note that they’re not all created equal. Like any professional you work with, some are more qualified than others, and some are simply a better fit for you. If you think that working with a recruiter to find your next job is the right move for you, pay attention to these characteristics to look for to help you find someone who is a perfect partner for you. recruiter

Even when a candidate looks great on paper, you tend to hold your breath until you meet them. Can they back up their experience with strong examples? Why are they looking for a new position? Without a crystal ball, it’s part interrogation and part instinct. But many employers try to get better predictors of success with behavioral interview questions. behavioral interview questions

How to ask behavioral interview questions:

You would have to be under a rock, inside a hole, in the middle of the desert to not know LinkedIn and Facebook. But, many people think of them as an individual user tools, for personal professional promotion and social use, and not enough for business recruiting purposes. But that kind of logic could cost you great opportunities to connect with the perfect candidate. LinkedIn has over 380 million members as of 2015, and over 100 million are in the U.S. And as we discussed in our article about jobseekers ditching paper resumes, LinkedIn profiles have essentially become the leading way to promote yourself in the job market. Social Media for Recruiting

Using social media for recruiting can be highly effective when done smartly.

There is almost nothing harder than finding the right new hire for your team. Do they fit interpersonally? Will they be able to align with the mission? Do they have enough experience, or too much? Can they integrate into the culture? A dozen questions bombard the hiring manager as they meet each candidate. Unfortunately, the right candidate can be blurred by unimportant noise, or the wrong candidate can rise to the top for the wrong reasons.

Here then, are five tips on making the right hire:

Making the perfect hire