To get noticed–in business, sales or the job market–sometimes you have to go the extra mile. In this humorous ad, Harvey the dog has a goal (to go to a nice home), and is inspired to go above and beyond to reach his objective.
How many of us can say we put in this amount of effort to get what we want?
In many ways, buyers of lottery tickets have more information about the game they’re playing than job candidates do. They know the odds, and how the numbers will be chosen, and when. That’s not always true when you fire off a resume, or even when you’re invited to interview.
There is little doubt that now is an exciting time to be a small business, especially when it comes to hiring. It is certainly a “buyers” market for qualified candidates. Every job opening could be flooded with applications.
With the right combination of strategy, technology and commitment, organizations can make the right hire—quickly and confidently.
Many hiring managers are oblivious to the steps their competitors are taking to attract top talent. Krista White, co-founder Search Expedition Group, an experienced industry recruiter, reveals the success secrets of the most successful hiring managers.
Recruiters evaluate success and failure all day long. But what many hiring managers fail to realize is that recruiters don’t just evaluate candidates, they are constantly evaluating other hiring managers as well. This is compounded when working on an executive level search where a recruiter may speak to over 30 hiring managers in one day alone, the subject of the conversation being what makes that executive good at what they do? Continue reading “Tips for Successful Hiring Managers”→