Business Crossroad: Recruiting or Becoming Partners

Business Crossroad

If you have reached this point, congratulations are in order. This means your business journey has been a successful and promising one. However, there is one question you never consider until you find yourself in this crossroad: should you expand your workforce or trust your best employee as a company partner? Considering the idea of a partnership can lead you to make one of the hardest choices of your professional career, marking a turning point in your road to success. Sadly, we cannot tell y...

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Using Social Media to Turn Your Employees into Brand Ambassadors

Social media

When the words Brand Ambassador come up, the first thought in most people’s mind is of someone who stands behind a company and boosts its image, at the same time they profit from promoting it. That’s true in many cases, but some companies have realized the benefits of making Brand Ambassadors out of their own employees. Hiring an external agent to be the face of the company may be a good option for some, but the truth is that no outsourced professional will know a company as its own people....

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A simple guide to building a strong recruitment funnel

Recruitment Funnel

Every recruiter’s dream is to find their ‘other half”, the peanut butter to their jelly, and the perfect candidate for the job. However, just like trying to find the love of your life, it’s not as easy as going from point A to point B. At first glance, the recruitment process may seem like a simple search for talent in a big pool of job seekers, but its mechanics are so much more difficult than it seems at plain sight. For this reason, Talent Acquisition experts have decomposed ...

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Implementing a Tryout Period in Your Recruitment Process

Tryout Period

Hiring the right candidate can be a real challenge considering the possible repercussions of recruiting the wrong person. According to a study, the average American company can spend up to $4,000 when hiring a new employee; and it takes them around 52 days to do so. Taking these numbers into account, it’s easy to understand why most recruiters try to get it right on the first try. There are plenty ...

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