Tag Archives: Recruiting

Value Your Employees And They Won’t Leave In this lightning fast digital age, information and communication is a click away.  At any moment, a recruiter can be reaching out to your employees enticing them with a fresh new amazing opportunity and you won’t even know that it’s happening.  So, how do you ward off recruiters […]

Requirements That Change Are there clear patterns to the recruiting and hiring life-cycle? Do hiring managers change their search parameters drastically while the search is ongoing?  I’ve been paying close attention to our searches and compared how well early requirements fit the candidates that were actually hired. The short answer: Searches always change but the requirements […]

4 Reasons You Don’t Need A Recruiter Having worked on all sides of the recruitment process (employee, hiring manager, and recruiter) I fully realize that there is a tipping point when to hire an outside agency for a particular opportunity.  Each company and hiring manager has different thresholds, but below I’ll cover what I think […]

Can You Find A 10-Year Employee Anymore? One question that I have is whether it’s possible for companies to hold onto long term employees anymore.  A couple decades ago a common sentiment of college students was to graduate and find their forever employment home.  Companies like IBM, TRW, Honeywell, AMEX and more would hire you […]