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Now is the perfect time to list your new jobs and work diligently to get those open positions filled. Even though summer is often viewed as "vacation time", and therefore not a good time for hiring, the opposite is true. Listing your job openings today helps get you out ahead of your competition and might allow you snag an extremely experienced and qualified employee you would otherwise have missed.

 
Hiring Process Etiquette for Employers
Just as job seekers must adhere to a proper etiquette during the hiring process, if they wish to ever get hired, so do employers. Employers who fail to follow certain guidelines and common courtesies when interviewing potential employees may find it difficult to get their open positions filled...they could also lose out on extremely skilled, professional and well-versed employees.
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How to Lower Stress and Increase Productivity in the Workplace
A company's employees are one of its biggest assets. Unfortunately, even one negative employee in the mix can have a dramatic impact on the success of your business.


If stress levels in your office or clinic are high or productivity is low, you many have one (or more) of these negative employees or "broken pieces" in your company right now.


Fortunately, detecting this type of employee isn't as difficult as you might think.


In fact, not only can you learn to spot and deal with existing emotions in the workplace, but you can also learn how to better predict the behavior of a potential employee before you even hire him or her.


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Employer Testimontial
"Our new employee is doing great and patients really like him. I can say that Mya listened to my needs and was able to find a candidate to fit my clinic's profile. She did not waste my time with candidates that did not meet our needs. Our new PT is fabulous and is a great addition to the Lifestyle team. I would absolutely use Mya and The People Link again."

- D.H-W, Lifestyle PT
 
An Interview Must
While there are many guidelines employers and hiring managers should adhere to when interviewing potential employees, being fully prepared is a must. Do your research ahead of time. Clear your schedule fully. Make sure you've read the applicant's resume. Know the questions you want to ask before the interview begins. Know the type of person you want and the qualification he or she needs. Coordinate with other staff and executives so all of you are on the same page.


A hiring interview should always be conducted in a professional manner, which makes being fully prepared a must.
Our Referral Program
We appreciate and value your business. We also know the value of word-of-mouth referrals.


If you are happy with your services, tell a friend or fellow employer. When you refer an employer we will pay you a commission of $500 or 5% of the fee collected, whichever is less, after successful placement and payment of the fee. All you have to do is email or call us with the details to get started.


Should you know of an individual currently looking for work (and the person isn't a fit for your particular company or field), let us know. When you refer a job seeker, we will send you a $100 referral commission once the person has been successfully placed and the fee has been collected from his or her new employer.

Get Recruitment Results!
If you need help with recruitment, you'll want real results. The People Link has more than 20 years experience finding and placing qualified job applicants with employers in need. We also have a nearly 98% success rate and offer one of the most straightforward guarantees in the business.
 
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