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By now, most professionals have heard that millennials will make up almost half of the workforce by the year 2020 and close to 75 percent by 2030. That means that much of the hiring of young professionals born between 1990 and 2010 has already begun and will continue to take place for quite some time…
Picture this: Your SEC Reporting Manager, Sr. Financial Planner, or J2EE Developer has just resigned in the middle of a huge project. One of your most valued departments now has a gaping hole. It’s an understatement to say that the open position needs to be filled ASAP.
When you look up the word “manager” in the dictionary - or, in today’s world, on an online dictionary - you come up with quite a few definitions. But they all boil down to an individual who usually excels at a few core competencies…
A recruiting trend we’ve seen this year is incorporating social media into your candidate searching process. This isn’t news if you’ve been paying attention. In fact, according to a new survey released by Software Advice, social media is ranked third as a source of job candidates by volume, second in delivering the best quality candidates, and when asked, almost half of the participating recruiters said they plan to invest more in social media for recruiting purposes.
The people you hire can make or break your business, so it’s vital you find the right fit, and hire a qualified candidate.
Making a bad hire is costly. The U.S. Department of Labor currently estimates the average cost of a bad hire can equal 30 percent of the individual’s first-year potential earnings. On top of the financial loss to the business, bad hires also have an affect on productivity and team morale.
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