Tag-Archive for ◊ hiring manager tips ◊

• Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

So what if you make a mistake? Here’s how to beat analysis paralysis when hiring a new employee. Any job seeker knows from experience how much first impressions matter. In fact, they probably matter too much. A single interview, after all, rarely uncovers enough information to determine whether someone would be a good employee. To compensate […]

• Tuesday, June 07th, 2011

Several years ago, the Corporate Leadership Council surveyed approximately 8,000 recruiters to determine what’s most critical to effective recruiting. The most common answer was “the hiring manager.” In another recent study, the Council analyzed 30 factors to determine what’s most important when it comes to attracting and retaining employees. It found that base pay and […]

• Wednesday, May 18th, 2011

How Can I Keep The Good Ones? Effective employee retention is based on the fact that people stay with something until the pain of staying exceeds the expected pain of leaving. Most people who are really good at something, like your top employees, have a low ‘pain of leaving’ because they know they can find […]