Any Wayne Gretzky fans out there for whom this makes any kind of sense? While he was famous for his skills on the ice, his thought process was another source of cool inspiration. Gretzky is famously noted for saying, “A good hockey player plays where the puck is. A great hockey player plays where the puck is going to be.”Keep Reading
No, we’re not talking about restaurant staff recruitment best practices; that’s a totally different post. We want to talk about how the right management and software can transform a reactive organization into a strategic and proactive one.Keep Reading
Always behind the curve, playing catch-up and never knowing what’s next is not a good place to be; yet many recruiters are caught there. If you had consistent access to company goals and objectives, you would be able plan ahead, instead of struggling to maintain the status quo.
We have several ways to become proactive in your recruiting efforts. Let's start with introducing transparency into your talent management strategy.Keep Reading
Here’s some truth you might not want to hear: Your recruitment and selection process is broken and inefficient. Before you get defensive, think critically about how you isolate, screen, and select the employees who will add value to your company. Can you really say there are no inefficiencies in the process?Keep Reading
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