If you work for a hot startup or a Fortune 100 company, recruiting is no big deal.
If you work for the former, applications probably flood your website. Plus, you’ve got the budget to splurge on specialized headhunters to find the exact match for each role. If you work for the latter, candidates are probably scrambling to get in on the ground floor of something huge.
But for everyone else? Well, your budget isn’t endless. The reality is, you need the best employees and you don’t want to waste any money getting there. So we came up with five affordable ideas for small businesses looking to get the most out of their recruiting bucks.
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Or, how about a shout out to actual talent acquisition professionals…not the 85% who should be greeters at a Big Box store but actual professionals for whom it is a career. If you are happy with people who are looking for jobs rather than busy successfully doing on….then posting a “want Ad” (because that is what it is) is great…
When I first got in the business I thought “recruiters” were overpaid…today….good ones are a bargain.
I cannot agree with you enough, David. In my career I have worked with some excellent talent acquisition professional with amazing sourcing skills. They are worth every penny!
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