Looking to woo creative talent? While offering competitive compensation is critical, your workplace culture matters more than you might think. Here's how to promote your company's culture to potential employees.
Entering into a salary negotiation with an employer can be an awkward and anxiety-inducing experience. But by taking the time to properly prepare, you’ll not only put yourself in a position to get the best deal possible, you’ll help calm jittery nerves.
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In this highly competitive hiring environment, talented creative professionals often receive multiple job offers. And given their increased leverage, job seekers aren’t shying away from negotiating a salary. As such, employers shouldn’t be caught off-guard during compensation discussions if a candidate requests more money. Successfully negotiating a salary with top creative candidates takes preparation, tact and follow-through.
Nothing flusters new employees more than walking in on the first day to find that no one prepared for their arrival. This new hire checklist will help make your employees’ early days on the job less stressful and more productive.