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5 Reasons Every Organization Needs A Recruitment and Selection Policy

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The recruitment process can be a hectic task for any enterprise. However, if you have an effective recruitment and selection policy, then it significantly eliminates the employee turnover; making it easier for you to choose the just right candidate who not only meets the work-related competencies, but also complements the core values of your organization.

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Global Statistics Shaping Recruitment Trends [Infographic]

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There’s no denying that the modern use of social media is disrupting the way we do business. For recruiters and job seekers, social media and the Internet, in general, has made it possible to build connections all over the world.

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Writing the Best Job Description for a Certified Medical Assistant

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There is an art and science that goes into writing a job description. It needs to be both compelling and attention-grabbing, while showcasing accurate
and detailed information. This can be especially challenging in skills-specific industries, like health care, where the technical aspects of the job outweigh how much you can say to sell your organization.

The health care industry is erupting with as much opportunity as it is uncertainty. With this boom have come a number of in-demand professions and skills. Case in point, certified medical assistants. Currently, the demand for these types of professionals exceeds the available candidate supply. In fact, according to CareerBuilder, there is one candidate available for every 3 job postings.

Therefore, when it comes to advertising your organization's need for certified medical assistants, it's vital to do your research.

 

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How Contract Recruiting Could Put an End To High Agency Fees

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Employers have continuously debated the cost associated with the use of traditional third-party recruitment services. For many, the placement fees, which have ranged from 20% to 30% of the new hire's base compensation, can seem high. Often, the feedback is that the price of this service is too high. Questions arise like how much can it actually cost to deliver? And, given the high fees, how can the recruiting results be so mixed?

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