Developing a Social Recruiting Strategy Will Change the Way You Hire

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If you’ve ever wished that hiring your next sales or marketing superstar was as easy as keeping up with friends on social media, it’s time to create a social recruiting strategy. Social recruiting integrates with more traditional recruiting strategies. It leverages social media to allow companies to communicate with potential candidates, build their employment brand,… Read more »

3 Strategies to Make Your Hiring Process More Inclusive

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The data is in: Diversity makes workplaces stronger. To boost diversity in the workplace, a more inclusive approach to hiring is a must. Yet many managers are uncertain how to make hiring more inclusive, even when they embrace the importance of diversity in the workplace. Here are three strategies to boost the inclusion in your… Read more »

Are You Making Less Than You’re Worth?

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You love your job, and you enjoy working with your current team. There’s just one question that continues to nag at the back of your mind: Are you being paid what you’re worth? Salary data can be difficult to come by, even in the digital era. And while your company’s culture and your job’s demands… Read more »

How to Showcase Your Marketing Achievements When Looking for a Job

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When you’re looking for a job in marketing, standing out among other candidates can be tough. Not only are many qualified people also applying for the position, but your shared background in marketing means every candidate already knows how to position their own strengths to their best advantage. Nevertheless, there’s still a way to gain… Read more »

Don’t Get Left in the Dust: 5 Ways to Evolve Your Marketing and Sales Teams

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With the economy at full strength, companies in a range of industries are feeling the competitive heat. For sales and marketing teams, this means it’s time to improve their game – or get left in the dust. Here are five ways to improve the performance of your marketing and sales teams in a competitive environment…. Read more »

Why You Should Hire Standout Talent (Even If You Don’t Have an Opening)

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Picture this: the phone rings.  It’s your staffing partner, calling to tell you about a candidate.  They’re excited, and as you listen, you realize: This is the ideal candidate.  This is the person you hope you’ll find every single time you search for new talent.  This is the person you wish every member of your… Read more »

6 Proven Ways to Reduce Your Staffing and Recruiting Costs

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Staffing and recruiting can represent the largest chunk of your department’s budget – if you let them.  But runaway costs don’t always grant access to the best talent. Here are six proven ways to control your staffing costs while ensuring that you get the quality talent you need. Stay on top of your department’s needs…. Read more »

How to Build Rapport With New Biotech Prospects

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When it comes to finding the people you need, you can continue looking in the same old places – or you can start cultivating a relationship with new prospects in the biotech industry. To meet the newest “rising stars” or find new talent, here’s how to build rapport with your prospects: Expand your “comfort zone.”… Read more »

How to Manage Your Biotech Sales Recruiting Costs

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Finding the best people for your sales team isn’t easy in any industry.  For biotech companies, the challenge is tougher: You need great salespeople, but you also need team members with technical understanding and the ability to continuously learn in a rapidly changing industry. Hiring has gotten tougher in the last few years, but that… Read more »

Are You Making These 5 Retention Mistakes?

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Employee retention can save a great deal of time and money for your company. If you have taken the time and expense to recruit, train and integrate an employee into your organization, it makes sense to protect your investment by doing whatever you can to keep them. But companies frequently make mistakes when it comes… Read more »