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Recruiting & Candidate Development

Candidate Development is especially critical in recruitment. Even if it's an entry level position, candidates still need to be developed, coached and prepared. Some candidates need hand holding. Some need to be groomed. They can have top notch skills but interview horribly. Or they can have a hard time quantifying and qualifying their experience. At this point some extra hand holding comes in handy. This section holds article addressing all these nuances. Also find updated information on the recruiting trends, insights, tools or resources.
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HOW TO COUNTEROFFER PROOF YOUR OFFERS

Ben Franklin said “…an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure…” It’s an old English proverb (as in “Ye Olde”) that goes back many centuries even prior to Franklin.

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The Candidate Pool is Larger than You Think

Let's play a game, shall we? It's called, Pick the Most Qualified Candidate!

For this game, we'll say the position is for a Buyer role (a senior level position) for a fashion retailer based out of its NYC corporate offices.

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Stories of a Mexican recruiter negotiating with Japanese professionals & executives.

I studied Japanese for a few years. I had the opportunity to live in Japan and I have "negotiated' with them in many different ways since 1992.

I would like to share my 2 cents regarding my learning experience and observations over the years. I am going to divide my comments on 2 or maybe 3 contributions due to the length of the information to be shared.

“When a Japanese say yes, he means maybe; if he says maybe he means no; but if he says no he stops being Japanese” (Hisanori Isumura. President of the Japan House of Culture in Paris).

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Definition of Recruiting

frabj resakvati Merriam Webster’s definition of recruiting is:

to secure the services of :engage, hire

Judging from this definition, recruiting would appear to be a simple proposition anyone with business sense could pull off.

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How a Solid Onboarding Process Can Help You Improve Employee Retention

DaveDartFrom start to finish, the hiring process can be lengthy and complex with so many steps, people, negotiations, and costs involved. When a new hire is finally set up with a start date, you may think the hiring process has finally ended… and now on to the next one. Ideally your process should continue to another essential phase…onboarding.

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HCX Facts

Healthcare Costs grew a cumulative 138% between 1999 and 2010 and outpacing cumulative wage growth of 42% over the same period. Average employer costs for health insurance per employee hour rose from $1.60 to $3.35 during the 1999 to 2010 period. This almost 110% increase in average costs per hour was  much larger than the 39% increase in average employer payroll costs per hour for these workers  KFF

 

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