Mar 18, 2020

Making an Offer: It's Not All About the Money - ERE

Sometimes recruiters think that if they get the most money for the candidate, then the candidate will accept. But it’s not all about money, but more about making the candidate feel like they have a say in the hiring process and addressing their financial needs.  When it comes to keeping a candidate engaged in the offer process, it's the recruiter's job to accommodate the candidate's needs if...

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