Why Employers Should Include a 48-Hour Expiration Date in an Offer Letter
By Meredith Dean, Executive Recruiter, IT Division
The whole point of any hiring process is to fill a current hiring need. The hiring process isn’t done until it’s done. That means getting the offer letter signed and assuring that the candidate arrives at the new employer on the appointed day.
So as soon as the ideal candidate is identified: make the offer, manage the variables, and minimize the risks to successfully hiring him/her. (more…)
How Do I Out-Compete My Rivals for the Best Talent?
Rob Reeves, CEO, Tech Recruiter
Recruiting Outside the Box
By Rob Reeves, CEO, President Redfish Technology, Nationwide High Tech Recruiters
Companies compete to give customers what they want.
By now the strategy of giving your customers what they want is ubiquitous, the days of getting any color car as long as it is black are long gone. Those companies that can give customers the best widget at the best price the most quickly via the delivery method of their choice wins the day. Many a company has dwindled and died for lack of ability to tune into the customers’ desires. Many an underdog identified a niche opportunity to meet an unmet need in the marketplace and running with it secured a leadership role in the industry. (more…)
More Companies Are Hiring MBA Grads in 2013
The fortunes of recent MBA graduates were rocked when the 2008 recession hit and employers froze hiring and significantly scaled back growth estimates. Fortunately, the economy has rebounded and jobs for MBA graduates have followed. In 2013, companies around the globe stated their intention to hire a new crop of business school graduates, reports the Graduate Management Council, indicating that tides have changed for employees considering earning an MBA.
Benefits of Getting an MBA
The Master of Business Administration degree is consistently the most popular graduate degree in the United States, according to CBS News. Although some programs, like a San Diego MBA at Alliant.edu, offer one-year programs if you have the correct prerequisites, many traditional MBA degrees take two to three years of full-time work to complete. Most MBA programs consist of academic coursework in accounting, operations, economics, finance, marketing, leadership, management, and ethics. (more…)