How to make your next first choice candidate your next hire
Review almost any “Top 10 Most Stressful Life Events” list and changing jobs will invariably appear somewhere between “death” and “going to jail.” If it wasn’t true, it would probably be comical. Let’s face it, for most people changing jobs is very difficult. The thought of what might happen when one leaves the comfort of what’s known to face the emotional and financial unknown of a new work environment keeps many candidates from making career changes – even when their current work situations leave much to be desired. For many candidates, the old saying holds true, “the devil you know is better than the devil you don’t.” For employers seeking to attract the best candidate talent, the key to success is overcoming this natural, human fear without having to “break the bank” to do it. Communicating personal warmth and real professional opportunity to a prospective hire should be your objective. This White Paper is intended to offer some easy, common sense strategies to making your next “first-choice” candidate, your next enthusiastic hire.