Last post July 25, 2006 05:10 AM by CHRM. 1 repiles.
Sometimes, the organization simply keeps hiring the wrong kind of employees and then can't satisfy them.
Although knowing what your company has to offer before recruiting seems fairly intuitive, many managers are so frantic to hire that they don't take the necessary time to first evaluate their own organisations. Don't be so quick to offer an enormous golden handshake before you examine what you need and how you expect to keep the talent once you've enticed them with money. However, do make sure that your firm is competitive. When all other factors - such as benefits offered and career-development opportunities available -- are equal, salary doesn't make for a committed employee, but all things must first be equal. Once you've got this down, then look at your recruiting strategy.
"To win...you must stay in the game" - Claude Bristol