There is nothing quite as expensive as hiring a new employee, and when you run a business, this expense will need to be considered very carefully.
In situations like this, you could benefit from using freelancers or contractors. These individuals work for themselves.
If you want your business to thrive, you need to hire the best people. But a lot of businesses find that they simply can’t attract the best candidates because they can’t always compete with the bigger companies.
Once you’ve identified a scaling opportunity, whether it’s a new location, offering a new product or service, or something else entirely, you have to next figure out what it takes to get there. Here, we’re going to look at examples…
Let’s say you are applying for a new job. You have a professional resume, a complete LinkedIn profile and you have lots of experience for the position. You wait to be called in for an interview but the call never comes. What could have happened?
If you are not using your personal Facebook to build awareness for yourself in the job market, you are missing out on a very powerful and free branding tool • 19% of companies had sourced new hires from Facebook and about 25% of HR professionals thought it was important to be on Facebook.