We're hearing from candidates that they are looking to change industries. Is now the time to capitalize on this?
How can we make it easier for candidates to show their interest?
We are staying abreast of the coronavirus and how it impacts our industry with regard to recruiting, interviewing, and hiring. A few suggestions and precautions.
Are resumes and profiles getting shorter and more condensed? Or, is it our imagination? We have to become better at asking questions and being super sleuths.
Don't snooze or you lose, when a GREAT candidate applies and you're interested, get back to them and get the process going. DO NOT wait weeks!
Candidates have feelings too; let's be better in 2020 in being transparent and build a great candidate pipeline at the same time!
Bench strength is a key component as we move into 2020. Ask yourself these questions to determine your level of strength and what you can do about it now.
Find out why a good employment website builds community, AND, your candidate pipeline.
From an inspiration many years ago to an idea, HireHorticulture was founded on the principle of being of service to the Hort and Landscape industries, with a mission to match candidates looking for great jobs, and companies in need of them.
Examples of how NOT to lose great candidates during the interview process.
Get into a sharing mode vs. selling mode. Set yourself apart from other hiring managers and interviewers.
Steps to take when an employee isn't the "right fit" and still have that employee speak highly of the company.
Time spent interviewing has more value than you originally thought.
HireHorticulture.com founder, Suzanne Kludt, shares her advice in the second of a five-part series dealing with creating a well-rounded workforce, diving into the recruitment process.
HireHorticulture.com is now offering recruiting videos that can be added to your company profile page and job postings. Supercharge your recruiting efforts with a quick recruiting video showing YOUR culture.