Posts tagged with 'offers'
6 Tips for Turning Down a Job OfferRead the rest of this entry »
After slogging through multiple interviews over the last few months, you’ve now got two job offers.
One really excites you. The other? Well, it’s from a great company, but the offer itself isn’t what you were hoping for, so you’re turning it down.
How do you do that? And what should you say?
Here are six tips we’ve condensed from a recent Flexjobs article about ...
Slow Hiring Is Costing You Great TalentRead the rest of this entry »
When you see "Now Hiring" signs everywhere you look, that's a clue the employment market has changed, and not in favor of employers. Yet despite all the reports of record low unemployment, worker shortages and the hotter than ever war for talent, hiring managers are still surprised when candidates turn them down.
This is far more common than you might expect. A June 2017 survey found 90% of the recruiters ...
Slow Hiring Is Costing You More Than You ThinkRead the rest of this entry »
Declares Dr. John Sullivan, an internationally known thought leader and consultant, "Many firms now go the first step and track some variation of the “time-to-fill” metric. But despite that metric, not only are firms still almost universally guilty of painfully slow hiring, but to compound the problem, few recruiting leaders truly understand the many negative business and recruiting impacts that result from slow hiring. I estimate that the impact at ...
Majority of Tech Hires Never Haggle MoneyRead the rest of this entry »
When the offer comes, the majority of tech professionals take it and don't give a second thought to negotiating pay or terms. That's what hiring managers and recruiters tell Dice.com. It could be that haggling is not part of an engineer's DNA. Dice's Senior VP Tom Silver suspects it's fear of the negotiating process. It could also be that with an average tech salary ...