1. Enhances their experience liaising with your company, sharing good vibes to family and friends.
So, you know exactly the kind of person you want. You’ve got their skills, qualifications and personality nailed. You can even imagine them working, right now, with your team. Knowing exactly who you want is a great starting point – what next?
Up until now, you’ve had one or two people working for each role in your company. Now you need several people in each area, reporting to a person who isn’t you. In short, you need to create a department. To do this consider the whole department from the beginning – don’t throw people together ad-hoc or you’ll end up with personality clashes.
We’re proud of our Talent Dynamics process – we use it every day to recruit fantastic people on behalf of our clients.
We all crave respect, acknowledgement and recognition.
You’ve finally found the perfect person for your role. You and your team are counting the days until there’s another person around to help take the pressure off.
Mark Twain said if you eat a live frog every morning, it’s likely to be the worst thing that’s going to happen that day.
Hiring needs to be done right, first time. With these simple tips you’ll get a better understanding of who a potential candidate really is and how suited to the job they are.
We’ve heard lots of horror stories where a new employee turned up on a Monday morning and there was no desk, no chair and no computer for them to use!
Trusting your recruitment supplier is key to recruitment success. You and your chosen supplier need to work together with mutual respect to a defined timeline to ensure results.