Recruiting Strategy

Hire Your Customers!

If you’re having a hard time finding employees, look no further than the people that already know and like you…your customers! Because they know and like you, they are likely to need less training, stay longer, and be the most productive of all of your hires. If you are in …

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Training And Compensation’s Role In Recruiting And Branding

Most people see the role of recruiting as a relatively isolated one. Managers and recruiters are intimately involved in recruiting, but other HR functions (like training and compensation) play only a shadow role. This is a major error because the training and compensation functions need to accept that they also …

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Target The “Have To Be Asked” Candidate!

The forgotten target in recruiting is the currently employed person that will only consider another job when they are directly approached and asked the big question: Would you consider a job with our firm? I call them the “have to be asked” type. Let’s face it, most people are settled …

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One-Day Hiring Made Easy: Part II

What Is One-Day Hiring? One-day hiring is a deliberate strategy for improving both the quality and the number of hires by making hiring decisions on top candidates in one-day! Steps In One-Day Hiring One-day hiring means making a one-day decision–but not a quick and uniformed decision. The steps you need to take in …

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One Day Hiring Made Easy: Part I

In a war for talent it is essential that you differentiate yourself from your competitors. If you want to wow top candidates (who have the potential to get multiple offers), you must act differently. Making same day offers will certainly get the candidates attention. What Is One Day Hiring? One day hiring …

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Steal Their Recruiters!

Winning the war for talent requires an aggressive approach. Unfortunately, many HR types are rather passive “bambi” types that often shy away from using aggressive recruiting tactics. Recruiting and retaining top talent isn’t a “tea party.” It’s a war?and that means aggressive tactics and strategies. There are very few laws …

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Earrings for Talent…Creativity in Recruiting

If you want to succeed in the war for talent, you will find that it takes a great deal of creativity and innovation. The staid old approach won’t “cut it” in a world that expects “WOWs.” You must stand out from the crowd if you are going to get the …

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How to Hire Great People Who Don’t Need a Job

Assumptions: Employed “top performers” are different from other candidates and must be treated that way. These candidates are not in the job search mode often, and are certainly not likely to be on the day we happen to have an opening. People who are currently employed are “harder to find” …

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