Benchmarking Series: HR Generalist in the Charlotte Metro Area

HR Generalist Role

Benchmarked Position for September 2021 We wanted to start out our benchmarking series with a position that we feel is highly important to our audience and where we have seen some changes in recent months. Many companies are looking to fill HR positions as professionals move around in the industry. The HR Generalist will work…

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5 Tips to Prevent Candidate Turndowns

As recruiters in such a competitive employment market we are hearing about more offers being turned down and candidates dropping out of the process. So we wanted to share 5 ways you can reduce the risk of wasting anyone’s time. Don’t make a low ball offer in today’s market Although this was a normal tactic…

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Recruiting 4.0 – A better way to get what you need

I know that most people think of recruiters as interchangeable and disposable but the landscape is changing and the people who are recruiting are changing. We are working to develop long-term relationships with our clients and their teams to ensure that we deliver the best possible candidates and service. In a perfect world our clients…

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Recruiting in a Candidate-Driven Market

What does it mean to recruit in a candidate’s market? It means that you will be fighting an uphill battle from the word go unless you recognize the new rules of the game. There are many changes to the recruiting market that have occurred in the last couple of years. First, the unemployment rate has…

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Playing to your Transferable Skills

In our last post we discussed how employers can utilize transferable skill sets to consider candidates outside the initial pool of talent. Everyone should have the opportunity and benefit to be considered for a role that may be outside of their current industry segment or specified career track. So how do you communicate in your…

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Upward Mobility: The GAP between Employers and Candidates

We know that there is a GAP that exists in the marketplace between employers and candidates. The low unemployment rate along with the shrinking candidate pool are causing major stress in filling open positions. All of the factors above mean that a majority of the work force are considered passive candidates. Hiring Managers know it,…

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