Category: Recruiting

Putting More Focus On Individuals, Rather Than Labels

  One of the most important steps in hiring is making sure you understand why the role exists. It is not uncommon for companies to get into the habit of blindly refilling roles even if they have outdated job descriptions or might no longer be required. By evaluating the job and the current job description, […]

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Top 4 Reasons to Partner With A Staffing Firm During This Time

Chances are, COVID-19 has impacted your business in some way and dealing with these unexpected changes has probably been quite a transition. If you’ve found that you need to make changes to your current workforce, a staffing firm may be what you need. Here’s a few advantages of partnering with a staffing firm during this time:

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Top 7 Tips for Training New Sales Reps Remotely

Business for DAVIS didn’t stop when the Coronavirus hit and we started working remotely. We had just hired two new sales associates and we needed to train them while working from home. This presented us with some new challenges. Here are my 7 takeaways to get new hires up to speed which highlight the major […]

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Recruiting in a Pandemic

As many globally are adjusted, or still adjusting, to working remotely there is a new sense of “normal” floating through the virtual office environment. Sitting at my new desk (thank you Target!) I’ve been reflecting on all the changes that have occurred in the last 6-8 weeks, especially in the recruiting realm. For us, it’s […]

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The 3 E’s of Interviewing

As you evaluate potential new hires for your team, using the 3 E’s to drive interviews can result in a streamlined process for your current employees, a great candidate experience, and hopefully a successful hire! The 3 E’s are Efficient, Effective and Emotion. We will dive into each one and give you some ideas to […]

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