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Five Ways A Search Firm Can Help You Fill Your Company’s Job Openings

In today’s ever-changing world, people are switching jobs now more than ever before. Regardless of generation, 2.7 million workers voluntarily left their jobs at the end of June 2015, a 25% increase from 2013.


While some generations of folks seem to be switching jobs more than others, in many cases it’s hard to blame people for doing so. Numerous surveys have indicated that many of today’s workers are unmotivated, unrecognized and in jobs for which they are simply a bad fit. The combination of those three factors leaves a lot of people unhappy and constantly searching for a job that they feel is going to be fulfilling.

  • Lack of motivation: According to a Gallup poll, only two in 10 workers believe their manager is doing a good job of encouraging them to do their best work.
  • Lack of recognition: Nearly 86% of companies with employee recognition programs cite an increase in worker happiness.
  • Bad Fit: A re
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Using an Executive Search Firm and HR Consultants

A business will have a number of resources to consider, and aside from the cash flow, the building, the products they sell or other capital, arguably the most important resource of all is the people themselves. Motivated, hard-working employees who are well-qualified for their jobs can get a lot of work done and keep the company moving forward, but unmotivated or unappreciated employees are more likely to simply pack up and leave, and this contributes to employee retention problem that managers want to avoid. Employee retention issues can be expensive to deal with, so a career placement agency can make sure that the best workers for the job are found. Where upper management is concerned, an executive search firm can help a client company fill a higher-up position, and an executive search, if done correctly, will find someone who is well-versed in the business and has the ri

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