Working with a good staffing agency can have many benefits and provide great value to your organization. But be sure to choose wisely as working with a staffing agency that hasn’t taken the time to get to know your business and is not in tune with your needs can be both time consuming and costly. Here are 3 mistakes to avoid when researching and choosing an agency that will best meet your needs.
Working with a staffing agency can be a great partnership opportunity for your organization when you find an agency that understands your business and specializes in the type of positions you’re trying to fill. Organizations use staffing agencies in different ways depending on their needs. Here are 6 ways you may not have considered that a staffing agency can be a great resource to you and your organization.
Author: Mike Trewhella, Owner, iMPact Business Group
As we’re approaching the end of the year, we decided to survey our clients to find out if they are looking to hire in the next few months, and what kind of hiring and recruiting challenges they are facing going into 2018. Although there were a few varying answers, they all fit into one of these 4 general areas:
Finding the right candidate for a niche position / industry
If you have identified the need to outsource recruitment because you’re having trouble finding the right people, or turnover is high, and you’ve now made the decision to find a staffing agency. So, how do you go about choosing the right company to work with? There are three basic things you should consider when making your decision:
1. Level of Quality
The first thing you need to look for is some indication of the ...
Is your organization having trouble finding the right candidates, or enough candidates for your open positions? Here are 6 things to consider to improve the candidate pool for current and future job openings.
It starts with a well written job description that explains the exact requirements of the job to a potential candidate. Include the key responsibilities of the position. For the interview process, list the top responsibilities and characteristics you will use to screen ...
Finding the right candidate for your open position is not an easy process. From getting the word out about the job, going through all the incoming resumes to select the best ones, and then finally going through the interview process. There are many moving parts, and it’s easy to make mistakes that will lead to letting great resumes slip through your fingers, and the wrong candidates making their way through the interviewing process. Here are 6 mistakes ...
Whether you are hiring and trying to make sure you find the most suitable candidate, or applying for jobs and trying to make sure you’re showing potential employers all your skills and abilities, here are 5 signs to look for in a successful candidate.
Per a CareeerBuilder.com survey, a strong work ethic is one of the top qualities hiring managers look for in a candidate. 73% of respondents want to see applicants demonstrate their ability to ...
With a lot of competition for the best jobs, many applicants try to cut corners, embellish or flat our lie on their resume to try to get that illusive call back from a hiring manager. According to Forbes, more than a third of job applicants confess to lying on their resume.
To find out if a candidate really earned that double master’s degree, ask the candidate to bring in documentation from the school. If it’s an obscure ...
Are the candidates you are ‘interviewing’ meeting the requirements of your open position? Do you find yourself meeting with candidates who don’t meet the minimum requirements? Are you reviewing countless resumes that don’t align to the job opening?
In today’s world, it is difficult to effectively screen candidates on the technical, function and the cultural elements of your open position. While every business is doing more with less, we expect more from the candidates we consider ...