Category Archives: Recruiting Advice

Why Settle For Anything Less? Have you ever asked your HR team or outside recruiters to find the best available candidate for a position that you need to fill? Probably, right?  But if we dig into the intent of the request you’re really asking them to find the best candidate BUT and that you will […]

Requirements That Change Are there clear patterns to the recruiting and hiring life-cycle? Do hiring managers change their search parameters drastically while the search is ongoing?  I’ve been paying close attention to our searches and compared how well early requirements fit the candidates that were actually hired.   The short answer: Searches always change but the […]

Hiring Process: Corporate Psychologist & Culture I see a trend happening where companies are adding another element to the hiring process that includes an interview by the company’s psychologist or corp culture specialist.  This step has been happening after the hiring manager determines it’s someone they want to hire but before making the offer. PERSONALITY […]

Health Insurance Value Base salary and total compensation is a question all candidates and hiring managers need to know. One component is health care coverage and insurance. Although health care coverage and insurance isn’t the first item discussed, it’s often the last. There are so many variables involving health insurance including pre-existing conditions, number of […]