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Hiring a new employee is a time consuming yet a vitally important process. We take a look at some of the true benefits of using a trusted recruitment partner in the search for new employees.
BENEFIT #1: TIME SAVED In business, time is money and using a Recruitment Agency is a time saver. They will save you time because
they take care of the beginning steps of the hiring process. If you post a job opening on traditional job boards, there is a strong chance you will receive hundreds of resumes and applications for any single position. Out of the hundreds of applicants, a significant amount will not be qualified or will simply not be right for the job. Finding the right applicants to interview will take a great amount of time and effort.
BENEFIT #2: ACCESS TO THE BEST
In addition to sorting through submitted applications, a Recruitment Agency will also have access to the best talent available. This includes access to talent that is currently employed elsewhere. These qualified individuals can work discreetly with a recruitment agency when they are looking for a new challenge and opportunity. Recruitment Agencies have their own database of qualified applicants that they can pull directly from.
BENEFIT #3: COST
It is often assumed that bringing recruitment in-house will result in a saving of cost to the business. Cost needs to proportioned to advertising your vacancy, which can prove expensive if posting single one-off jobs. Recruitment Agencies will often have allocations on the all the top job boards, so you can ensure that your job is advertised in all the correct places. Administrative costs also need to be taken in consideration of facilitating the process, sifting through the CVs, initial conversations, the list goes on – these all take time, and as we all know time is money. A Recruitment Agency is also there to help negotiate the best salary, giving you guidance and advice on what is fair and appropriate, but also what you might need to do to guarantee that top candidate that everyone else is after too!
BENEFIT #4: THE SCREENING PROCESS
The screening process when hiring has several layers. You need to run background checks on potential employees, follow up with references and conduct preliminary interviews to make sure the candidate matches the promises they make on their resumes. Again, these are vital steps that just take up time when you are conducting them on your own. A Recruitment Agency will see to it that these steps are taken care of before you meet anyone for your own interviews. You will feel assured that anyone you meet has already passed these tests.
BENEFIT #5: PEACE OF MIND
A good Recruitment Agency is going to have a proven track record of finding the right employees for the job. When you meet with their narrowed down choices, you can feel more confident with your final hiring decision. Working with a Recruitment Agency will help you make a more assured decision.
BENEFIT #6: RELATIONSHIP
Once you have developed a relationship with a Recruitment Agency that you trust, your future hirings will go even more smoothly. The Agency will be aware of the qualities that it takes to make the right fit within your company and what you expect from them. The next time you have an available position, you can fill it quickly and satisfactorily
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We tend to think our message is what moves people," says Robert Cialdini, the author of Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade. "But it's what we do first to create a particular state of mind in our audience that makes them receptive." Offering coffee, for instance: Research has shown that when people hold something warm, it makes them more generous. Or try playing on what social scientists call the rule for reciprocation. In one study, candy store shoppers were 42 percent more likely to buy something if they received free chocolate. "Many things that shape our frame of mind are so primitive and automatic that they aren't really part of the deliberative process," Cialdini says. Tilt those instincts in your favor with these insights.
1. Find common ground
"It's not just that people want to deal with someone they like. It's that they want to deal with someone who likes them, and who is like them," says Cialdini. "People trust that those who like them won't steer them wrong." Visual cues (sports caps, college rings) can help you find on-the-fly commonalities on the sales floor, but for deeper prep for an upcoming meeting with a prospective customer, hit social media and LinkedIn hard and do some reconnaissance. "Then, if you see that you have a shared hometown or alma mater or love of running, you'll know to steer the small talk in that direction," Cialdini says.
2. Know your opening gambit
When researchers approached people and asked for their email addresses in exchange for a bottle of a new kind of soda, 33 percent ponied up their info. But when researchers first asked, "Do you consider yourself adventurous?" nearly 76 percent of people provided their email addresses. Why? "This kind of single-chute question," says Cialdini, "significantly increases the percentage of people who brand themselves as adventurous," which momentarily makes them "highly vulnerable to aligned requests"--such as your pitch. If you're one of many companies competing for a firm's business, start by asking: Why did you invite us here? "They will begin telling you about all of the things they find favorable and powerful about what you're offering," explains Cialdini. "Now you know what strengths you have, and you can double down on those."
3. Spotlight your best feature
You can influence how much import people give to quality, speed, service, or another feature through visual cues. When researchers created an online furniture store with either fluffy clouds or shiny pennies on the landing page, they found that consumers who saw clouds ranked comfort as more important than those who saw coins. Cloud watchers were also more likely to search for information about comfort features and purchased more comfortable (read: pricey) furniture. Yet when questioned afterward, most participants denied that the clouds or coins had any influence over their shopping behavior. As Cialdini explains, "Drawing attention to the favored feature is effective not only in getting audiences to consider it fully but also in getting them to lend the feature exaggerated significance." In other words: It might be time to rethink your website's landing page.
4. Draw strength from your drawbacks
Pointing out your shortcomings earns points, says Cialdini; the quicker you can do it, the better. "People are surprised when you mention a weakness, and that convinces them of your trustworthiness," he explains--and then "they'll believe more deeply whatever comes next." When, in 1962, Avis debuted its famous "When you're only No. 2, you try harder" ads, the rental agency reportedly swung from $3.2 million in the red to $1.2 million in the black, its first profit in 13 years. That pivot--chasing a weakness with a strength that challenges its relevance--is key. Try a frame like: "Our installation costs may not be the lowest, but you'll recoup quickly with our superior efficiencies."
5. Nix competitors from your pitch
Congrats on how well you know your competitors. Now, don't mention them. "There's a substantial advantage for a brand when consumers focus on it in isolation from its competitors," says Cialdini. In fact, when you ask people to consider a particular product, their intention to purchase it naturally increases. But when they consider that product after a mention of what your competitor has to offer, the impulse to purchase yours plummets.
6. Scarcity sells
Our monkey brains panic when resources are scant--which makes consumers more likely to buy. "FOMO is real," says Cialdini. "Anything that plays to that fear--ticking clock emojis in an email marketing campaign, limited-time offers--can stoke that sense of urgency and that impulse to purchase."
In this extremely personal talk, Dean Graziosi uses the lessons he learned as a busy dad to illustrate how the rules of parenting can guide your overall success. Much of his advice is about tending to the little things—simply paying attention to the world around you. He openly shares the consequences of tunnel vision, like the time his young son icily left the room after Graziosi split his attention between his phone and a Lego creation. Or the time he almost missed a bonding moment with his daughter that taught her how to solve complex social problems at school.
When patients with depression go to their doctors' offices, two-thirds will present with symptoms such as a headache, backache or another type of pain, rather than admit they have depression. (iStockphoto)
One of the most important health matters I discuss with my patients is depression and the impact it can have on an individual and his or her loved ones. Do you know the signs and symptoms of depression? Recognizing them allows you to get the help you or a loved one may need to manage this condition.
According to the World Health Organization, more than 300 million people worldwide suffer from depression. Twice as many women than men have depression, and all ages are affected. Depression is especially important to recognize in pregnant or postpartum women, patients who are elderly or have cancer and in children and teenagers, as it can often be overlooked and can lead to devastating consequences. At its worst, depression can lead to suicide, with over 800,000 people per year dying of suicide. Notably, people who have gone through unemployment, loss of a loved one, a divorce or separation or even suffered a heart attack can become depressed. Depression also runs in families, so it's important to know your family history of mental illness.
When patients with depression go to their doctors' offices, two-thirds will present with symptoms such as a headache, backache or another type of pain, rather than admit they have depression. Often, it takes a direct question, such as "are you depressed?" for it to be recognized. Many times, people won't admit they're depressed because they don't think of depression as a "real" disease, or they might feel as though their doctor will just prescribe antidepressants or refer them to a psychiatrist to have their "head checked." The more we understand and talk about depression, the earlier we can recognize it in our friends, families and loved ones. And for someone who's suffering from this very real and debilitating disease, talking with a doctor can be the first step toward recovery.
There are gender differences in the way that men and women present with depression. Men with depression are more likely to abuse alcohol or other illicit drugs, or engage in risky behaviors. Anger or lashing out may be an early sign of depression in men. In women, depression is often seen with eating disorders and anxiety. Likewise, depression in special populations, such as the elderly, chronically ill or teenagers, also presents in particularly unique ways. Talk with your doctor if you're concerned that a loved one has depression. Sometimes, a patient-completed screening questionnaire is necessary to recognize depression.
What are some of the more common symptoms of depression? The symptoms below are typically present for at least two weeks, and depending on the number of symptoms, one can classify depression as mild, moderate or severe.
1. Feelings of worthlessness, guilt or failure. People interpret minor setbacks in their life as personal failures.
2. Becoming more withdrawn, or not caring to participate in activities that once caused joy.
3. Depression causes anergia, or losing energy quickly in routine activities. Sometimes people with depression report feeling exhausted before the day even begins. Losing that "get up and go" is commonly found in depression.
4. Crying spells, weepiness or becoming teary eyed are easily recognized signs of depression.
5. Eating too much or binge eating, or conversely not having an appetite, can all be signs of depression. While there is no absolute number in weight gain or loss that defines depression, losing or gaining an average of 5 percent of one's body weight per month is concerning.
6. Sleep is often affected in depression, both in sleeping too much or not being able to fall asleep or stay asleep. This is frequently one of the earliest signs of depression. Depressed persons can feel fatigued despite getting a full night's sleep.
7. Depressed people often experience a loss of concentration or become easily distracted.
The symptoms of depression, if not treated, can last for about nine months to a year. However, those with depression may have recurrences, and people with depression often go to the doctor only after they've had several episodes of depression in their life.
Treatment depends on the severity of the symptoms. It can range from simple recognition of the disease to medications and, sometimes, admission to a hospital for intensive treatment. Many patients with depression benefit from counseling and behavioral therapy. Regardless, neither counseling nor medications work instantly. It can take up to two weeks to begin to see the beneficial effects of medicine and up to four weeks to see the beneficial effects of counseling.
People with depression have a lower quality of life and a higher risk of suicide than those without depression. Additionally, depressed patients affect the quality of life of those who live and work with them. Recognizing the symptoms of depression and identifying ways to manage and alleviate it can have a profoundly positive impact for both the patient and his or her loved ones.