Advantage Recruiting

Advantage Recruiting

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Type: Blog Article

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  • 4 Things You Need To Know To Make The Interview Process Faster

    The interview process requires a delicate balance. While it’s important to be thorough when vetting candidates, having a process that drags on can cause you to lose your top choice. As a recruiter or hiring manager, it’s important to walk the thin line between quick and effective without letting the quality of your hires decrease. Knowing which parts of the ... Read More

  • What drives me nuts about recruiting agencies claims (how they claim they can work as a better partner)

    Over the last several years I’ve heard all the sales “pitches” as told to me by my industry comrades. They all sound very similar, so I’ll separate the sales pitches in to these three areas. “We’re Different.” Almost every agency says they have a special/unique process for reviewing resumes, sourcing candidates, and access to candidates that sets them apart from ... Read More

  • Attracting Top Talent As A Small Company

    Today, it’s a race for most companies to win top talent over their competitors. But don’t assume that you don’t have a chance in the battle simply because you are a smaller business with a lesser-known brand. Here are seven key things that small companies can offer to improve talent acquisition in today’s highly competitive job market: Upward Career Growth ... Read More

  • How to Create a More Dynamic Interview Process

    Though interviewing can be time-consuming for a hiring manager, its importance should never be underestimated. When your interview process is in peak condition, it enables you to get a 360-degree view of a candidate in a way that a resume simply doesn’t illustrate. From there, you’re better able to make a hiring decision that serves your company well in both ... Read More

  • Interview Red Flags You Need To Know About

    There are many factors that can account for a candidate’s poor performance during an interview. Nerves certainly contribute, causing even the most put-together professional to blurt out something they’ll later regret. However, there’s a difference between a slightly embarrassing verbal misstep and a warning sign that should put you on high alert as you consider whether to bring this individual ......

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Type: Blog Article

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