You may have felt stressed and blamed it on others but have you ever thought that you may be creating stress for your colleagues, direct reports, managers, suppliers or clients through your actions and behaviours?
Given the large networking element of the industry, recruiters can benefit massively from attending and organising events. Considering the volume of potential candidates that attend niche conferences and meet-ups, industry events can be invaluable for securing leads, which is the ultimate goal for any sales driven enterprise, after all.
When hearing people discuss the best way to “optimise” your website or job advert for “SEO” purposes, you may feel like you’re listening to someone speaking a make-believe language. Don’t panic! Your saviour is here! We have put together this handy guide, so that you can understand exactly what all of this means.
Sales is simple. Success is simple. Life can be simple. It is people who make it complicated. When I speak at conferences or work with individuals in coaching sessions, they often ask for the “advanced” stuff, explaining that they are good at what they do and that they already know the simple stuff. They are not interested in looking at the basics and checking that they are not missing any tricks.
Millennials have a deep understanding of the Internet, so what better place to recruit them than online? Through social media, it’s easier than ever to reach professional millennials that can provide great insight for your company. Locating new employees online is becoming increasingly popular, too – in fact, 86% of people currently in their first decade of employment use social media to search for jobs and research potential employers.
With this in mind, these 9 tips can help you locate your next millennial employee using a number of social media platforms.