Hiring a new employee for your IT Department can be a big challenge. Getting approval, creating a well written job description and posting it on the job boards is a big task by itself. And once you start interviewing candidates, the pressure only mounts. You want to make sure that you’re prepared in the interview to qualify candidates to find that perfect employee. After all, hiring a new employee is not only time consuming, it can also be a large cost to your company’s bottom line.
Moving from job to job used to be considered a career killer. The baby boomer generation is one that would start a job with a company right out of school and retire at that same company 30 years later. They had pensions and company loyalty and therefore, reasons to stay.
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Your IT department is an integral part to your organization. It’s not only a department; it’s a resource that your company depends on to run successfully.
As a Manager looking for a new employee for your team, you may feel you have the upper hand in the interview process. You get to ask all the questions, make the interviewee want to impress you and ultimately make the final decision. This does not mean, however, that manners and etiquette go out the window.
You’ve gone through the whole interview process – congratulations! But the hard part might not be over. You’ve got it narrowed down to two great candidates who both exhibit the strong qualities you are looking for and have similar work experience. Now you’re in a predicament. How do you pick one great candidate over another?
Retrieving truthful information about an employee’s experience at your company is key to fixing any problems or issues that may exist. Exit interviews are a great opportunity to retain this information, but how can you make sure what your exiting employee is telling you is how they actually feel? There are many things to consider when conducting an exit interview and implementing certain practices are more likely to get you the results you desire than others. Consider the three issues below:
Working with an IT staffing company can be great. It allows you to focus on other areas of your job and not spend much of your time and efforts on hiring. It lets you “try before you buy”. It can even save your company some money (for our full list of benefits download “How IT Staffing Can Benefit Your Business”). So while that’s all well and good, maybe you’ve been getting the feeling lately that your IT staffing provider just isn’t working out. After all, most any IT staffing firm can provide you with the attributes listed above. But what are some more specific reasons you should be considering when looking to switch?
1.) Unsuccessful With Certain Skills
Perhaps they did a great job finding you some Help Desk consultants, but maybe they are having a hard time finding you that right Windows Engineer. An established firm will have great pipelines of all different technologies, not just a select few. Better pipelines allow companies to find the right candidate for you that much more quickly and efficiently. So your current provider might be able to find you someone ultimately, but it will probably take them longer and might not be that right fit you’re looking for.
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