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What Does It Take to Find Good Employees to Work for You?

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We all know the importance of employees and the role they play in our businesses, but has it ever occurred to you just how important it is to have well-trained and productive staff members? All it takes is a single bad employee to completely ruin your business, and it’s not something that can easily be prevented.

After all, it’s difficult to tell just how productive or lazy a potential recruit is from the interview stage. Someone that shows promise could become incredibly lazy after a couple of weeks, and an employee that showed no real promise could become a successful project leader for your rival in half a year’s time. These things are unpredictable and it’s tough to tell who’s going to be a good or bad employee.


Luckily, there are a couple of ways to ensure that you have a higher chance of finding good, productive and friendly employees that will become the backbone of your business. In this post, we’re going to discuss a couple of ways that you can increase the likelihood that you’ll recruit a good employee.

1. Using social media to network and find job seekers

Of all the recent innovative recruitment ideas that you may have read, using social media is arguably one of the more lucrative ones. This is because social media is full of talented individuals, freelancers and graduates that are hungry to find their next employer. Social media can be a double-edged sword when it comes to finding job seekers, but there are countless opportunities that will help you bolster your team with skilled workers.

Social media is typically one of the better places to look for employees that will provide creative services remotely. This includes freelance writers or artists that are looking for a stable income. Since you may be able to offer them a steady salary, there’s a good chance that you can discuss a long-term contract or employment opportunity as long as they can work remotely.

2. Looking internally and asking your existing staff members

It’s also possible to ask internally regarding recruitment opportunities. For example, you could speak to your existing team leaders or specialists to see if they have any friends, family members or contacts that would be willing to join your team. Since their job and reputation are also on the line should they decide to refer someone to you, there’s a small chance that you’ll get a recruit that is lazy, unproductive or unqualified.

It’s also possible to ask your existing employees if they want a new job title or to be promoted to a senior position. Promotions typically come with salary increases to match the importance of their role in the business, so it should be something that you offer only to certain employees that you know can be trusted. If you take this route, then it’s vital to know when and how you should promote your employees.

3. Consider talented and hungry individuals with less experience

If you’re limited by your budget then it’s worth thinking about hiring graduates and individuals with less experience. This is because these individuals are typically very talented and open to learning, but there’s a stigma against workers that have no experience which stops us from hiring these hungry individuals.

If you want to hire graduates and those with no experience, then consider a small trial phase where you see what they’re capable of, how they react when under pressure and also how they get along with your team. There’s a lot of untapped talent out there and all it takes is giving them an opportunity to see just what they’re capable of.

4. Posting your job listings in the right places

Lastly, you should think about where you post your job listings. Posting them on job hunting websites is the standard procedure, but you should also consider posting job offers on social media, especially if you already have a relatively large audience. This is a fantastic way to spread the news that you’re recruiting.

You should also consider the content of your job listing. If you’ve never written a job listing before, then you may want to consider altering a job posting template to fit your own style of writing or to be shorter and snappier so that more people consider it.

Recruitment is handled differently from one company to another, but these are a couple of employment tips that will really help you find that star employee that will uplift and support your business from within.

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