When filling positions in the company, HR executives are likely considering the major benefits for future employees — salary, health insurance, vacation, and retirement plans. But what about the small things, such as parking, dress code, or scheduling? Do those options really cause job seekers to say “yes” or “no” to a new position?Continue Reading
Thank you again for such a helpful service. I was so pleasantly surprised at how easy and effective The Employment Network recruiting process was! I indicated exactly what I was looking for and hired the first applicant passed along to me! She has been with us for over four months and is working out beautifully. How wonderful it is not to have to go through hundreds of applications trying to sift out the inexperienced people even though I specifically advertise “only with experience should apply.” The whole process was a relief. I will definitely us The Employment Network again for all positions in the future here at our dealership!
~ Penny Lopez, Office Manager | Lynnes Nissan City
If you’re looking for a surefire way to turn your employees against you, take a page out of Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s book — rank ‘em on a bell curve.Continue reading...
We’ve had an excellent experience working with Mary Ellen at The Employment Network. They respond and post our job opening ads quickly, and we actually have hired two employees from using this program. We will continue relying on you for our dealership employment needs.
~Three County Volkswagen
“When staffing positions like cashiers — among the front lines in our business — it can sometimes feel like an ongoing process. Thanks to FindTheRightJob.com, I am consistently receiving inquiries from interested candidates and have already begun hiring. I am delighted with the service’s effectiveness.”
~Evan Sitar, VP of Operations | Shop Rite, Carteret, NJContinue reading...