Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Every employer knows just how important it is to match the right applicant to the right job, particularly in the field of technology. Many businesses today are so reliant on technology and it would be costly to bring in the wrong employee in your company. You’ll have to go through the process again if you get it wrong and lose precious time and resources. As an employer, you should ask yourself if your hiring process is attracting top-quality employees and what you can do to improve it. Here are some of the measures you can take to ensure your company’s quality of hire for tech jobs in San Francisco.
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
A salesperson is every business’s frontline: Getting the wrong one to face your prospects means the game is over right at the first encounter. Sales jobs in San Francisco are often perceived as very competitive, where success is reserved to only the skilled and the lucky. Thus, despite being one of the highest paying jobs, its applicant pool isn’t as generous—at least, concerning the truly talented quests. Finding a good salesperson is challenging enough for huge companies with complex recruitment processes, let alone smaller and startup businesses that don’t have adequate hiring background.