September 29, 2014

The Top 5 Reasons Not To Accept a Counter Offer – By Mike Curry, Executive Recruiter, IT Division

The Top 5 Reasons Not To Accept a Counter Offer

By Mike Curry, Executive Recruiter, IT DivisionMike Curry, Tech Recruiter Redfish Technology

 

So you find yourself with an offer from a new company, and whether you actively solicit a counter or you simply allow one to come, you are playing with fire. It is a highly risky move to accept a counter offer. These are the main reasons not to accept a counter offer.

 

1. Your Manager is Going to Hate You.

 

Okay, hate may be strong but s/he is not going to be happy with you. Once the relief that you are staying and that the projects underway haven’t been sabotaged by a sudden departure, negative feelings are going to seep in. The manager will likely harbor feelings of doubt about whether you solicited an offer just for leverage. S/he may worry that this incident will let loose a chain reaction, with others taking a stab at it. There’s going to be second guessing about whether you may try this again. Such a move will definitely be perceived as a breach of trust. (more…)

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November 14, 2011

Streamlining the Hiring Process for Success

Streamlining the Hiring Process for Success

Beth Cliff

Beth Cliff

By Beth Cliff, High Tech Engineering Recruitment Manager

 

Fourth quarter hiring is in full swing, and candidates are actively and selectively interviewing. On average, the hiring process from the time a resume is submitted to offer and acceptance is 7-10 days, and the majority of candidates we are placing, roughly 85%, are currently in full-time roles while looking for their next opportunity. One key to successfully hiring the most qualified candidate for your organization is having a streamlined hiring process. Be sure that everyone who will be involved in the hiring and decision making is available and committed to the process. (more…)

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October 26, 2010

Make Your Offer Bullet-Proof; Close the Candidate from the Get-Go

Make Your Offer Bullet-Proof; Close the Candidate from the Get-Go

The cost of hiring is significant. It starts with the effort undertaken by the hiring manager, HR and participating staff. Much time is invested from studying the department’s need and formulating the requirements, to advertising, recruiting and interviewing. Once you find the right candidate, you are almost there. But it’s not over yet.

Despite the high unemployment rate, it is not a slam dunk. Many good candidates are receiving multiple offers, and many applicants are still employed and need to be certain that your company is the right move for them at this time. You need to sell the company and the opportunity. You need to close the candidate. (more…)

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October 21, 2010

The Art of Salary Negotiation: Understanding What You’re Worth, by J. Jacobs

The Art of Salary Negotiation: Understanding What You’re Worth

In today’s economy, most of us think that salary negotiation involves taking a huge gamble, thus putting the security of one’s current position on the line. To be honest, there may be a few risks involved with stepping up and asking for what you think you deserve, but if you equip yourself with the knowledge beforehand, these risks are dramatically reduced. Take our advice to mind, and you will end up on top. (more…)

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