If you want to fill a job, hire someone with the skills to do it. If you want a companion, go to eHarmony – in your own time!
I had a friend who was rejected for a job that seemed perfect. She was told that they selected someone who was a better fit. There was no explanation. What does it mean – this fabled “fit”? One thing is for sure, it is an often mystical final step in the recruiting process that can turn superb qualifications and references into a pile of nothing!
Recruiting can be difficult, thus finding a softer easier way, allowing us to make less calls but still obtain better targeted candidates is often crucial for many of us freeing up more time to be more constructive with management of our daily tasks, or maybe even to spend with family. ** (see give away below)
Each day, thousands of professionals who specialize in recruiting physicians for hospitals, medical groups, community health centers and other organizations wonder if there is anything that could make their jobs easier.
Nothing provides a warm, fuzzy feeling better than a business professional recommendation for capabilities and work performance.In the last part of the 20th Century, recommendations were normally provided via letterhead, and in many cases it was hard to pin down the ‘boss’ to get the recommendation or referral letter typed up, signed, and delivered.A manila file-folder with letters of references was a vital job search tool – the final ‘star’ piece in an interview conclusion.
First it was pensions and now it‘s health coverage! Are employees going to take it on the chin again?
Defined Benefit Pension Plans:
Years ago, Wall Street pressures forced many CFOs and HR professionals in public companies to switch from traditional defined benefit pension (“DB”) plans to 401(k) plans. Wall Street wanted to see companies cap their costs and liabilities and shift the investment risks, savings risks and longevity risks to their employees.