Devoting the time and energy necessary to find the right candidate might be costly, but not nearly as costly as hiring the wrong candidate. Experienced hiring managers know that it’s well worth the extra effort to find the right person, the first time. Bad hires can cost companies many thousands of dollars in lost revenue and decreased productivity. You might be able to replace a bad hire but you can not replace the time and effort you invested.
If you’re visiting a staffing firm for the first time, you probably have mixed emotions like, “Why am I here?”, “What does this place even do?”, or “They probably just have temporary jobs.” I get it. The same thoughts went through my mind the first time I walked into a staffing agency. It’s no secret that staffing firms haven’t always had the best reputation. But it is 2019 and staffing firms are playing a very important role in today’s workforce. We are most definitely NOT here just for temporary Positions.
You might have had plenty of experience with interviewing, but even the best can blow an interview with the smallest mistake. If you don’t do proper research and put in the time before the interview, your unpreparedness could easily make the wrong impression. The following are 6 areas you should research before your interview
Hiring managers rarely have the time or resources to look at each résumé closely, and they typically spend about six seconds on their initial fit/no fit decision. If you want to pass that test, you need to have some solid qualifications — and the perfect resume to highlight them.