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How to get a career in recruitment

Tags: Employer Resources

Recruitment is a core part of any leading organization. It involves placing the right talent in roles that suit their skillset and benefit an organization. A career in recruitment is much more than just technical skills and revolves around knowledge and intuition with a focus on getting excellent results.

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Trust Your Doctor, Accountant and Recruiter

Tags: Employer Resources , Miller News

Consider what you share with your Doctor or Accountant.    Imagine this.  Your doctor asks how you’ve been feeling lately and you respond, “I’m not comfortable sharing that with you.”

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What you MUST KNOW if you are a HIRING MANAGER

By: Gary Miller & Denise Chludzinski

Tags: Employer Resources , Miller News

Finding the right job or changing jobs is right up there with the decision to get married, have children, or move. This is a scary moment for most of us as we typically don’t like change and as humans the fear of the unknown can be paralyzing. I think many of us, especially on the hiring side, forget this.

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Here’s What’s Wrong With “Cost Per Hire”

By: Gary Miller

Tags: Employer Resources , Miller News

Cost Per Hire is a traditional and widespread math equation measuring the investment that goes into talent acquisition as the numerator and number of hires over a given time period as the denominator. The total cost of the internal recruiting staff, referral programs etc. make up the internal costs. Job boards, advertising, recruiting firm fees, job fairs, college programs add to the external costs. Closely measuring this is sensible on the surface and most strategy is around the obvious question, ”how can we reduce Cost Per Hire”?

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12 Steps to a Smooth Resignation

By: Gary Miller

Tags: Candidate Resources , Miller News

Taking on a new role encourages people to look ahead – planning the next months and years of their lives. So with a new job offer in hand, it’s not surprising that some people put little time or effort into making sure they resign from their previous job on a good note.

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How Many People Would Move to Work for Your Company?

By: Gary Miller

Tags: Employer Resources , Miller News

This year we had the pleasure of sponsoring Control Engineering Annual Salary Survey, and as a sponsor, we were able to ask respondents a few proprietary questions that only we saw the results to. The question we asked of Engineering Professionals was about their attitude toward relocation. We were amazed at how many people said they would with 66% in total responding in the positive. Only 34 % responded reluctant or not willing.

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