Recruit the Right Team
Whether you manage a few employees or hundreds, you need the right combination of attitude, skills, knowledge, and abilities to strengthen your business culture and your bottom line.
The reality is, it can be hard to find the “right” people if you’re struggling to fill immediate needs and vacant positions just to keep your business running. To put the right team in place, it’s important to plan your recruitment steps in advance.
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Create a Recruitment Plan
Determine your recruitment goals, develop your strategy, review your job description and job postings, or Create them if they don't exist
Consider people-finding strategies and explore options and labour pools that you may not have previously considered
Hone your interview techniques, and follow through with all candidates, from the job application stage to making an offer
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Our experts have curated a selection of articles to help you start recruiting in the tourism and hospitality industry.
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Four Basic Steps to Hire the Right Person
A poor hiring decision will affect your bottom line. Not only will have you wasted your time and money in the recruiting and hiring process, you now will have to spend time fixing the problem.
How to Conduct an Effective Interview
There are several key elements in the recruitment and hiring process, including aptitude tests and reference checks, but the most crucial and valuable step is the properly conducted interview.
Job Offer Letters: What to Say and Why They Are Important
So, you’ve found the perfect candidate for the position you were seeking to fill. Now what? Here are some reasons why companies should put the offer in writing.
The Knockout Interview
These wise words should be the mantra for every organization. Especially if your company’s current hiring process consists of putting out a job posting, sifting through resumes, and hiring the first person who doesn’t throw up a major red flag during an interview, it’s time to consider a renewed approach.
Use Background Checks to Protect Company Assets
Contacting former supervisors is a common way of learning about an applicant's skills and demeanour. But sometimes you need to be extra careful about whom you trust, and you should go beyond a traditional reference check.
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