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How Relocation Packages Impact Recruitment

Recruiters work hard to find people outside of their immediate location to work for their companies. Whether they’re headhunting—actively recruiting people from other companies, such as their competitors—or doing a broader outreach to bring in applicants, distance can be a major deterrent to potential employees.

While it may be difficult to recruit employees from across the country to…


Posted on July 7, 2017 at 2:54pm

How to Build an Employee Discount Program

You already know how important it is to have an employee discount program. However, just having a program is not enough. For your employee discount program to have the effect you want, you need to build the right program. By designing a program that fits your business and your workforce, you can better retain employees and recruit new…


Posted on June 16, 2017 at 5:00pm

Five Ways to Make Your Corporate Office Space More Inviting

Gone are the days when the corporate office space was made up of endless rows of cubicles, industrial flooring, and painful lighting. The overall appearance of the office can influence the mood, productivity, and workflow of workers. It’s not necessary to spend thousands of dollars creating an over-the-top, sophisticated space, but a few inexpensive changes can go a…


Posted on June 14, 2017 at 12:30am

How to Widen Your Candidate Pool

Stories abound about hiring managers having to sift through hundreds of resumes to find their proverbial needle in a haystack. While this is true in some cases, often, hiring managers suffer from the opposite problem, struggling to build interest in their job openings. It only takes one qualified candidate to fill an open position, but you will have a better…


Posted on June 11, 2017 at 1:30am

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