Everyone has had to change jobs at a point or the other. That’s a given, in that there is no iron-clad job security anywhere in the world. The big question still remains unchanged; how do you get a new job after quitting or getting laid off from your last job. While a lot of people still do the going alone, it is much better to get your next job through an agency. Why then should you use an agency when you are applying for your next job?
Graduates seek to be employed with good jobs and often resort to Executive Sales recruiters to get openings, either with large organizations or with small start-up companies.
There are companies all across the US seeking to hire the best graduates – those with new ideas, the best talent, skill, and drive. The battle for the best candidates is unending. The bone of contention, however, is how companies of various sizes can emerge victorious in this war for top talent. We have penned down some pointers that can help owners of businesses of all sizes to win this war.
You would be one of the most wrong people in the world to think that only an interview fixes you a job.
Besides, there is much more to getting a job than attending an interview. The things that transpires after the interview are very important, and if you really want to land that dream job, then you need to pay attention to following up on job interviews.
Let’s take a peek some of the importance of following up on job interviews:
Hiring can be a tough process, particularly if you are an organization whose executives are not folks who like publicity and all.
In fact, looking to get the next big shot in the industry can be equally strenuous, the need to advertise the job opening, fix an interview schedule and then get busy with sorting CV’s and checking out which candidate is best for you can be such a time-consuming process.
Besides, it can take your focus away from the real deal-running the company and ensuring that the wheel of the industry does not grind to a halt.
That’s why we ask that you trust us with the hiring process for your next employee. Here is how we rigorously choose your next employee: (more…)
Working with a hiring agency for several years has opened my eyes to flaws most of the business agencies (HR in particular) perform whenever they want to hire a professional to handle a part of their business. These mistakes are costly but straightforward. They seem harmless in the first instance, but the results are farfetched. While these errors sometimes originate from the HR manager’s bias, some of them are related to their inability to carry out their work correctly due to stress and pressure and this can lead to giving the candidate a wrong rating during the interview process.