Army Looks to Boost Level of Recruiting
Recently, the United States Army announced that they will increase the initial enlistment bonus for future soldiers. US Army Recruiting created this new bonus to further expand the Army. The bonus is for up to $20,000, which when compounded with other bonus offers, can go as high as 50,000 dollars for a four year enlistment. […]Read the article.
Recruiting Strategies for This Emerging Market
We have a huge void in our industry related to one of the most important topics any Broker, Manager and Recruiter will ever face…. information, training and coaching on the subject of recruiting and retention. I am happy to open this new Recruiting and Retention dialogue for RealBlogging and all my fellow recruiters, brokers and […]Read the article.
A Simple Recruiting Process for Finding the Right Candidate
You have to hire someone but you only want the best in your business. You can’t afford to have someone who is going to steal from you, have a poor work ethic and treat your customers poorly. As a matter of strategy you want to find someone you can teach and grow into a management […]Read the article.
NCAA Needs to Change Recruiting Process Guidelines
The NCAA has been under fire the past few years because student athletes feel they are being unfairly treated by the Association. The players’ gripe about being used by the NCAA; in 2009 former football and basketball players filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of current players. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of […]Read the article.
How College Recruiting Can Learn from Major League Baseball
What if an organization thought like a baseball team? What if they thought about talent in the same way? You will argue: “Ted, that is completely different.” No, it’s not. Sure, it has it’s differences, but the principles remain the same. You get young, raw talent and you build a team that wins. What does […]Read the article.