Looking for Staffing? 3 Tips for Finding the Perfect Employee

Looking for Staffing? 3 Tips for Finding the Perfect Employee

Finding the perfect employee may feel like searching for a unicorn, but there are undeniably people who will benefit your company more than others. The trick is recognizing which people are best suited to join your company and ensuring another company doesn’t hire them first. The following are several ways a recruiter can fill open positions with the most promising candidates.

Similarly, many college students seek out admired companies at job fairs, and express great interest in working for the company as soon as they have graduated. These students, who actively seek out company representatives, are valuable because they are both qualified and very interested in helping the firm succeed.

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Symphony Team with CEO Wanda Smith
Symphony Team with CEO Wanda Smith

Flexible Staffing Options

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Finding flexible staffing options isn’t always easy, although today’s workforce is leaning more and more toward flexible jobs. There are a few tried and true ways to ferret out flexible staffing positions, such as joining a temporary staffing agency, becoming a freelancer, and taking telecommuting positions. There are also a number of factors to consider regarding giving up a permanent position in favor of a more flexible one. Here are a few tips for finding flexible staffing:

Executive Assistant Job Description

Executive Assistant Job Description

Becoming an executive assistant isn’t easy. But once you’ve attained the position, keeping it requires excellent communication skills, the ability to multitask effectively, and a helpful spirit. Below are a few of the skills necessary for an average executive assistant job description.

Be a good listener. An important part of any administrative assistant’s job, no matter what level of seniority, is being a good listener. This does not mean always affirming and agreeing with what superiors say, but rather listening, evaluating, and offering honest feedback when necessary.