Winning the War for Talent

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The war for talent is back in full swing and the level of competition is high. The challenge now for hiring managers is to make a conscious effort to evaluate and improve their recruiting platform and attraction strategy. Here are some tips to improve your hiring process. Track Effectiveness of Current Methods Of the hires… Read more »

Time to Focus on Talent Management Part 1

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How will you attract and retain the best executive talent? Ask a CEO about the number one issue that keeps him up at night, and you might be surprised by the answer. For many senior executives, the biggest cause for concern is talent management, not the competition. Upgrading Talent As the economy continues to gain… Read more »

What You’re Overlooking in Your Hiring Process

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The hiring process can be exhausting. There are many stages in the process and usually several players who need to be involved to bring it to a successful conclusion. A lot of thought goes into hammering out the details of the position and the expectation of the potential candidate, so it’s easy to overlook some… Read more »

4 Strategies for an Impactful Executive Recruiting Process

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Executive recruiting is both an art and a science. Your goal is to land the best talent, regardless of whether or not they are currently looking for an opportunity. View it as a buyer’s market with the candidate as the buyer. Follow these tips to achieve the greatest success: Streamline your process. Executive-level talent has… Read more »

Executive Hiring Process: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt Your Hiring Outcomes

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According to research completed by Harvard Business Review, the failure rate of executives coming into new companies can range as high as 30 to 40 percent in the first 18 months. The related costs are staggering. A regular, thoughtful review of your executive hiring process can accelerate and continuously improve results. Dig Deep in Getting… Read more »

Employee Stressors and Their Role in Company Growth

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Job-related stress costs U.S. businesses hundreds of billions of dollars a year. It has a negative impact on attendance, retention, productivity and medical costs. People with high-stress jobs visit their physicians more than 25 percent more often – and more than half of 550 million working days lost annually from absenteeism are stress related. Unanticipated… Read more »