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Recruiting and Hiring for Small Business – Step 5 Resume Audit

Whether recruiting for a President or a part-time employee, a resume audit should allow a minimum of two weeks for all potential candidates to hear or read about the available position.  For more senior and executive positions, the standard time for the ‘candidate attraction’ stage is six weeks.   Read more...


Recruiting and Hiring for Small Businesses – Step 4

 

Once a job description has been written and a decision has been made which methods will be utilized to attract candidates in addition to the necessary networking method, writing a job posting or job advertisement is a vital part of attracting and hiring the right people.   Read more...


Recruiting and Hiring for Small Business in 2017 – Step 3

 

Welcome to Recruiting and Hiring for Small Business in 2017 – Step 3. Once a job description has been created for a position within your company and you have begun the recruiting process using various methods to attract suitable candidates, please consider these additional recruiting methods. Read more...


Recruiting and Hiring for Small Business in 2017 – Step 2

 

This step in the recruiting and Hiring process may prove the most challenging for most small businesses.  Here we are dealing with where and how to recruit quality candidates that are suitable for your company and your requirements.  Why the challenge in 2017?   Read more...


Recruiting and Hiring for small business in 2017 – Step 1

 

Hiring in 2017 with Brenda – Step One

 

Whether it is 2017 or 2027 or was 1993, hiring appropriate people for your small business is essential to success.  The same holds true for large companies!  Why, then, do small business owners often hire in haste and regret afterwards?  Read more...