The Job Offer Your Candidates Really Want

shutterstock_157327220There’s no question that the lure of a competitive salary and benefits package can help you convert a job candidate into a hire. However, there’s a lot more going into a job seeker’s decision than just dollars and cents, as a recent nationwide study from Simply Hired reveals. According to the survey, a majority of American workers (88 percent) agree that it is most important to find a job that matches their personality and strengths.

Also worth noting is that job seekers are willing to hold out for a better offer, with 86 percent saying that finding the right job is more important than getting hired quickly. The big question is what constitutes a more attractive offer?Continue Reading

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When Positions Need to Be Filled, He Turns to The Employment Network


I have been working with Maryellen Adams and The Employment Network since the inception of the retail automotive cooperative with NJ CAR. Maryellen and her service has proven to be an invaluable asset in finding and screening job applicants. She is particularly adept at helping me write copy for the listings. When I need to fill a position for my dealership, the first place I go is to The Employment Network and Maryellen. I would be lost without them.
~David DeFilippo, General Manager | Circle Infiniti Inc.

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