Being purpose-driven may not sound sexy, but it’s a fact that “companies that lead with purpose are more likely to be profitable.”
Last week we gave you some strategies for Attracting and Hiring your Dream Team. This week we are going to share some specific insights from your candidates because, let’s face it, technology has turned the tables in their favor. Information, real or fake, is easy to find and your critics won’t hesitate to share their opinions. That is why you must actively influence public perception AND provide candidates with a great experience – or risk losing them. In the gig economy, they have more choices than ever before so you might choose them, but they may not choose you. At […]
As we promised last week in our discussion of intentional attraction, this week we will review specific strategies to attract and recruit your dream team members long before you need them. Let’s talk about what we see when we scroll through our LinkedIn feed. For starters, many of the companies we follow share news content, awards they have won, or prominent new hire information. What often surprises us is the lack of supportive comments or shares from other employees, especially senior leaders. Think about it – after someone took the time to write and share the information, the engagement of […]
How would your perspective change if you looked at every candidate as a potential team member? Would you do anything differently in the recruiting process to attract them?
At The-Hire we believe the employee experience starts long before you bring in your new team member and extends well after they leave. Each step of that journey impacts how they view the organization, and themselves (and what they share with others.)
Calling all interviewers! Are you sick and tired of asking the same questions in an interview? Do you feel like those questions aren’t allowing you to get to know the interviewee in the workplace? If you answered yes to one or both of those questions, this blog is for you.
Motivating yourself to go to the gym can be hard during the work week when all you want to do is sleep in or rush home to eat and relax at the end of the day. Although it will take some getting used to, there are benefits to working out before or after work.
Are you working that 9 to 5 grind? Do you feel foggy, stiff, and sluggish? If so, read on for some tips on how to stay healthy at your desk job!
Breaks are extremely important in order to have a successful workday. They keep our brains sharp and our mental health in check.
A follow-up letter can also be considered a thank you note. It’s always polite to thank your interviewer for their time and consideration in your candidacy. Think of this as a formal letter. Begin the email with ‘dear’ and end it with ‘sincerely’ or something else that you believe is professional.