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Today's job seeker is not only looking for a job that is going to pay them top dollar for their skills and experience. They are looking to find an organization that they can see themselves working for a long time. They want stability and employee benefits that will ultimately help them with their personal lives.
After taking a detailed job brief from your client, it's time to start sourcing the best candidates Your ability to source and provide your clients with the best candidate is what will ultimately determine your success.
Hiring is one of the most daunting tasks that many small business owners face. As we all know, finding great employees can be very difficult. If you run or recruit for a small business, you've likely posted an online job advertisement at some point to help you fill a position.
With the introduction to new technology and new ways of working, why not introduce new ways of hiring? It's very comfortable and easy to stick to your traditional, unadventurous ways of searching for candidates but it's important to embrace new opportunities and find potential star candidates.
According to a survey conducted by MarketingProfs and the Content Marketing Institute, 93% of businesses now use content marketing as part of their overall promotion strategy, and 73% say they now produce more content than they did two or three years ago. Content is what makes your potential customers become just that - customers.