A business is only as good as the quality of the employees it can attract and retain, yet many business owners are still applying old habits towards recruitment, habits that see them failing to attract the right employees.
Where once it was a buyer's market for quality employees, today it is a seller's market, and employers need to do much more to sell themselves and the role they want to fill to potential employees.
This excellent article, acknowledges that competition for the best employees is fierce amongst employers, and it provides five tips to help you succceed in such a competitive environment.
Hiring mistakes can prove costly for any business, but these mistakes tend to impact to a much higher degree, on smaller businesses.
Small businesses in particular, need to ensure that they are very clear in respect to what makes a great candidate who will effectively contribute to the success of the business, before they commence the interview process where expediency often rules.
This excellent article, suggests that business managers often evaluate potential employees in the wrong way, and it offers three strong tips that you can implement to ensure that you are not one of these business managers.
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