Interviewing and recruiting are half of the hiring process; equally important is choosing the best job candidate, making your job offer, and negotiating a salary. These articles will help you check job references, negotiate compensation and hire the best job candidate.
Improve Your Interviews with a Post-Game Review - Gathering your hiring team together after the interview is often the key to making a good hiring decision.
Six Considerations: Should You Hire the Overqualified Candidate? - An overqualified job candidate can be the right fit for your company — if they share like-minded passions and goals.
The Best Questions a Reference Checker Can Ask - Checking employement references is important, but do you know the right questions to ask? Learn which ones you should always ask and why.
Getting Beneath the Surface - When checking references, how can you get the real answers about candidates? Get to the heart of the matter.
Five Reference-Checking Mistakes - Checking references correctly can help ensure you're hiring the right person for the job as well as avoid lawsuits.
Closing the Deal: Make an Offer They Can't Refuse - Remind your candidates about just what you and your company can offer.
What's Negligent Hiring?
- Negligent hiring can be avoided. Learn how to guard yourself and your company from litigation when signing on new hires.
How to Determine a Job's Market Value - What's the best way to determine an appropriate level of compensation? While salary surveys can be helpful, a job's value counts too.
Will Salary and Benefits Trends Shift in 2010? - What will shape payroll and benefits? Will compensation levels shift significantly? Find out what lies ahead.
Compensation: What Today's Employees Want - In all its forms, compensation is a major factor in employee retention. Here's how to use it to your company's advantage.