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Three Ways a Recruiting Agency Helps Fast-Track Your Hiring Process

The recruiting and hiring process can be time-intensive and require days and weeks of reviewing applications, scheduling interviews, performing background checks and much more. Your managers may end up becoming bogged down and fall behind in their day-to-day tasks if they have too much to deal with juggling their primary business and a hiring process.

If positions aren’t filled, company productivity may diminish as well. If a hire doesn’t work out, then the whole process needs to start over again. What can hiring managers do speed up the process, focus internally on their core business and find the right people for their hiring needs?

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Building a Company Culture Your Staff Loves

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A company’s culture can be a key component in ensuring that employee morale and retention are strong. Employees who enjoy the culture tend to be happy and engaged, and will stay with the company for a long time. Cultural fit can help teams worth at peak productivity. Companies known for a culture their staff loves, moreover, tend to attract top employees.

But how can you build a stronger culture and become an employer of choice? Follow these three tips.

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What Do You Need to Know Before Working with an Executive Recruiter?

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If you’re an executive at midlevel or above, you might be interested in working with an executive recruiter to seek new opportunities or advance a search. Since executive recruiters work on positions that are not broadly advertised, it’s a method of accessing a job market.

But working with executive recruiters in Nevada can be quite different from other types of recruiters or past job searches. Here’s some tips you need to know about executive recruiters.

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The True Cost of a Bad Hire

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Have you made a mistake and hired a poor performer for an open position? It can be very painful to realize that the person who choose at the end of a lengthy hiring process isn’t actually working out — or is actively causing problems.

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