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True Cost of Hiring Guide

Calculate Your True Cost of Hiring
What does that open position really cost the company?

Download Hiregy’s True Cost of Hiring Guide for a closer look at the 3 costs you must consider in every open position:There are many costs to consider when calculating the real cost of an open position.

  • Opportunity Cost of Unfilled Position
  • Opportunity Cost of the Hiring Manager
  • Recruiting Investment/Cost

Click here to receive the free True Cost of Hiring Guide.

The Hiring Manager’s Toolbox: 22 Surefire Interview Questions

Looking for questions to ask in your next interview? 

The interview process is your time to really get to know a candidate. Asking the right questions throughout the interview will give you a better sense of an individual’s work experience and skill set, as well as their personality and ability to fit in at your company.

Download The Hiring Manager’s Toolbox: 22 Surefire Interview Questions to use as a guide as you prepare for interviewing job candidates. Asking each of the questions in the guide will provide you with plenty of information about your candidate to make a confident decision about their future with your company.

Click here to receive The Hiring Manager’s Toolbox: 22 Surefire Interview Questions.

A Manager’s Guide to Onboarding

A good onboarding procedure can save companies money by helping new hires become more productive, Hiregy’s onboarding guide was developed with hiring managers in mind, to make the onboarding process at smooth as possible. This guide includes:much more quickly. If an employee feels like they have found their “fit” in the organization, they are much less likely to move on.

  • What to do when new employees enter the company.
  • What onboarding looks like.
  • How to implement the onboarding process.
  • The Do’s and Don’ts of onboarding.

Click here to receive your free copy of A Manager’s Guide to Onboarding.

How to be a Resume Detective

Hiregy’s How To Be A Resume Detective aims to turn hiring managers into Resume Detectives, eagle-eyed recruiting gumshoes that can sniff out the perfect candidate from a simple 8.5″ x 11″ piece of paper.

Downloading How To Be A Resume Detective will teach you to spot:

  • Resume red flags.
  • If a candidate perfectly matches the job description.
  • Overqualified candidates.
  • The dangers of the Job Hopper.
  • …and more!

A resume is often a hiring manager’s first exposure to a candidate. Within every resume there are clues that show whether a candidate is worth the investment of time and resources necessary to advance them to the interview stage of the hiring process.

Click here to receive your free copy of How To Be A Resume Detective.

5 Signs You’ve Got a Great Employee in the Making

Every employer has “the list” when it comes to hiring new employees—those skills and personality traits that they strive to find in prospective candidates. Unfortunately, the tight labor market may require a new way of thinking. While some job seekers may not check...

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Get Noticed by Your Dream Employer

We all have that company – the one we’d do just about anything to work for. So why not make that dream a reality? Use these tips to get noticed by your dream employer.

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5 Ways Job Seekers Can Set Themselves Apart

Job hunting can be like a competitive sport. Sometimes, it’s not just your talent that matters but your extra effort. While every serious candidate comes prepared with a resume, you may need to put in more work to market yourself effectively and stand apart from your...

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