Submitted by Andy Rouse on Tue, 05/24/2011 - 09:18
Resumes paint the picture that the candidate wants to convey – highlighting successes and accomplishments over their career. A résumé doesn’t tell you about the bad stuff - about their mistake that helped get their company an FDA warning letter, or the miscalculation that delayed a project by months.
Submitted by Andy Rouse on Fri, 04/29/2011 - 21:08
If I conducted a survey of my clients for whom I recruit asking them what they would say is the most daunting part of the overall recruiting process, I'd predict that 9 of 10 would say finding, or sourcing, the A-player candidates. To most hiring managers, this process is a necessary evil – and most have had bad experiences with it...but planned and executed well, sourcing can position your organization to be exceedingly successful.
Submitted by Andy Rouse on Fri, 04/29/2011 - 09:08
In this series, we're discussing key aspects of building an effective recruiting process that can give your organization a sustained competitive advantage. For part two, we'll focus on a few fundamental philosophies and mindsets that are critical to your success in recruiting.
Commit to Hiring the Best Talent and Fit
Submitted by Andy Rouse on Fri, 04/01/2011 - 10:00
Why do some companies thrive, while others fail? One word: Talent. Hiring the wrong person can cost a company millions of dollars, and hiring the right people is essential for enabling a company’s success. Recruiting top talent in the medical device industry is highly competitive, and there are wide ranging philosophies on the best way to do this and develop a best in class organization.