Recruit Continuously. Look for great employees while you are out to dinner, at the bank, at the hospital, or at a local hotel. If you find someone you think you’d like to have work for you, give them your card and ask them to give you a call if they are ever interested in making a move. This is a particularly successful with practice. Everyone is a potential candidate!
It’s probably the most uncomfortable moment during an interview. It’s the exact moment when an employer knows that the candidate is not the right fit, for whatever reason. For most employers that moment can be within the first 5 minutes of an interview.
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As a healthcare recruiter I am always fascinated by interview questions that my healthcare clients might ask while interviewing my candidates.
One of the best interview questions that an employer can ask is: “What book or books are you currently reading.”
Hire the right person or recognize that you have the wrong person in the job and do something about it right now. This is one of the most critical elements to the bottom line of any organization. Human capital. You need to be very careful in the hiring and selection of every single employee. There must be a strong job match in terms of cognitive abilities, thinking style, behavioral traits, interests, work experience and cultural fit. Never fear to replace someone who is not meeting the needs of your organization. The cost of keeping someone that is not the right fit can do more damage to not only your organization fiscally but to the morale of your existing team.
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, total employment in the U.S. is expected to increase from 145.6 million in 2004 to 164.5 million in 2014, or 13 percent.The 18.9 million jobs that will be added by 2014 will not be evenly distributed across major industrial and occupational groups.
1. Make your highest and best offer first. If you are really serious about hiring an outstanding employee, then nothing can be more insulting to an employee than a “low ball offer.” If your intent is to make a low offer and then raise it if the person declines, you have already created an adversarial tone. If you are serious, make a serious offer.
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