Recruiting Strategy

Spend More… Not Less On Cost Per Hire – And Instead Focus On Hiring Results

CEOs often cited recruiting as their #1 strategic challenge, yet HR’s response is to cut hiring costs? I can also report that I have heard multiple CEOs say out loud that “they expect their recruiting needs to be fully met, regardless of costs!” Example – When Superior Results Are Critical, Costs Can Be A Low Priority  There are many selection …

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Restaurant Recruiting Solutions – Creative Tools That Work In Today’s Economy

Recruiting tools for restaurants

Your restaurant is likely suffering the post-pandemic blues because of obsolete or overused recruiting tools. Fortunately, regardless of the industry you work in, there is a solution to this once-in-a-lifetime post-pandemic talent shortage. It is partially characterized by the rare combination of high employment and a dramatic shortage of job applicants. So, if you want your business to thrive again, …

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Why You Can’t Attract Enough Applicants During This Pandemic… Fully Explained

Recruiting candidates shortage

It’s a first in modern times, with record unemployment, attracting applicants will still be extremely hard. My research indicates that this is the first time that most companies will struggle to attract sufficient applicants during times of record high unemployment rates. If your organization needs to ramp up business quickly as this pandemic fades, start by fully understanding each factor …

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Improve Your Hiring Results… By Increasing Transparency In Your Interview Process

Increase interview transparency to hire better

Unnecessary stress hurts interviewee performance. However, increasing transparency reduces most candidate stress.  Stop Treating Interviewees Like Adversaries By Increasing Interview Transparency Let me be blunt. Most recruiting organizations seem to enjoy making their interviews highly stressful. In fact, throughout recruitment history, job interviews have been highly adversarial and exclusively one-sided. Historically, candidates came into their interviews mostly blind about the …

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