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START with all the good things, all the bad things, and all the things you are working on within your organization to make it the BEST workplace you can. Write them down. Be honest with yourself and other hiring managers. Then THINK from the perspective of the potential employee: what is that person looking for? The GOOD, the BAD, and the Not there yet factors and influences about being employed by your organization. Here is a rather exhaustive list of items to consider: What is the actual work environment: People, team, supervisor? How difficult, or easy, is the work really? Best days? Worst days? Is there a TEAM? What are the barriers to entry? (What does the team expect? What Maze could they put you through? What is the real training? Who does it? Length? On own? What are the expected results? What new skills will be learned? Describe people who started in the position and have been successful. What traits did they when they started/ do they have now? Describe the company. History?
Organizations now feel the need to use multiple candidate sources, just to meet with more bodies and sort them out.
Champion wants to make sure their client know the in's and out's of their job opening before they look for the right candidate.
Champion shares how to make sure your workforce has a shared purpose and why that is beneficial for business
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