Cost of Vacancy: Position Fact Finder
Who Can Help? People Science

Prepared for: The Thought Leadership Institute, Corporate Leadership Exchange June 2012 Determining the COV can be simple or extremely complex depending on the position in scope. In any case, it is always unique and the process typically requires very specific information about the position being examined. For these reasons, one may find it useful to

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RPO/RPI vs Contingent Staffing – A Comparison
RPO/RPI vs Contingent Staffing - A Comparison

Although there is often some confusion around the topic, RPO (Recruitment Process Outsourcing) does not operate the same or provide identical services as contingent staffing companies.  RPO is a new concept in outsource recruiting that provides some similar services but on a wider, more in-depth scale. RPO/RPI was actually founded via the need of clients

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Avoid the Work-From-Home “Burn Out”

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, I was under the impression that working from home would be simpler and free up a decent amount of time, but golly was I wrong! While we may be saving time on some things while working from home, such as commuting, packing lunch and getting ready for work in the mornings,

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WFH: Embrace technology

The world has been turned upside down. Regular Monday through Friday routines are out the window. After years of going into an office, millions of people are now working from home and trying to figure out how to remain productive and connect with their teams. The good news is that technology is here to help

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The Remote Worker’s Blues

Good Morning!  I am writing this blog from my kitchen table.  That is correct, I am working from home.  Due to the Coronavirus, my office is working remotely and doing our part in helping to stop the spread of this illness. This is really the first time in my life that I have been given

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What we are learning and hearing about Recruiting during COVID-19

By:  Christine Nichlos, CEO People Science By noon EST on Monday, March 16th, just a few short days into the COVID-19 lockdown, I had received three calls from clients concerned because they are hearing from their staff that outside Recruiters are aggressively pursuing them for new positions. In other words, their overall staff including their

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Keeping it Flexible in Recruiting

Recruiting and hiring decisions are based on people, and people have multiple priorities to juggle.  Flexibility should occur in the hiring process both for candidates and for companies. There are important considerations that need to be taken when being flexible. It may be necessary to change a plan for an interview. This change can happen

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Build Strong Relationships With Your Candidates

Building strong relationships with candidates, from initial phone screens, all the way through to the offer stage is more important than you may think. Frequent and effective communication with candidates in your pipeline is one way to ensure positive, long-lasting relationships. The main benefit of establishing good communication with your candidate pool is to keep

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Cost of Vacancy

Position Fact Finder Prepared for: The Thought Leadership Institute, Corporate Leadership Exchange June 2012 Determining the COV can be simple or extremely complex depending on the position in scope.  In any case, it is always unique and the process typically requires very specific information about the position being examined.  For these reasons, one may find

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The Home Stretch in Recruiting

Sourcing for the right candidate for an open position can sometimes be like finding a purple squirrel with all the qualifications needed for the position. The phone screens are conducted, the resumes and notes on the candidate are sent over to the hiring managers for review. They want to proceed with speaking to the candidates

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