The most in-demand candidates hold the power when it comes to salary negotiation. That makes some hiring managers nervous. And nervous hiring managers can make mistakes. Here are five potential mistakes — and how to avoid them when you negotiate.
Think you’ve found a top-notch job candidate for an open position? You should still do a reference check. Here’s how and why.
U.S. employers added just 142,000 jobs in September, but the job market has still been doing very well since the end of the Great Recession. Employers that fell into bad recruiting habits during the downturn may need to update their recruiting strategy to attract the best candidates.
First impressions with hiring managers are important. But before you get the opportunity to meet for a face-to-face interview, it’s your cover letter that sets the tone.
The demand for skilled talent is growing. Managers are discovering that, in order to keep up with this employment trend, they have to adjust their hiring and retention practices — starting with the salary and benefits they offer prospective hires.