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How to Hire - A Recruitment Guide For Employers

Posted by JOYN on Jul 16, 2019 1:31:25 PM

In search for your next superstar employee? As business owners, we've all been there. Maybe business is booming and you're looking forward to expanding, or maybe your best employee is leaving and you need to fill the gap.

Whatever it is, recruitment could increase your caffeine dependency and give you some sleepless nights if you don't have the right knowledge.

So, what's the best approach for hiring a candidate? Well, if you have gone through the recruitment process, you are probably equipped to handle it yourself. If not, New Zealand has an ample amount of experienced recruiters who can hire the right candidate for you.

Whether you use an external recruitment agency or do it yourself, bringing the right candidate on board can be challenging. Things don't always go as planned and even if they do, it's highly unlikely that the process will be a piece of cake. 

That's why we've created this recruitment guide to help you get started.

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How to Respond When Your Employee Asks for a Raise

Posted by JOYN on Mar 23, 2019 12:04:00 PM

After a lot of contemplation, your employee has finally gathered the courage to ask for a pay rise.

Maybe they deserve a raise, but then what's the right amount? Or maybe you're not in a position to give a pay rise or your employee hasn't done anything to prove that they deserve it.

At some point, almost every employer has to deal with this scenario. It can be tough, but it can also be a constructive and rewarding experience, depending on how you handle it.

So, what's the right way to navigate the conversation?

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Topics: Pay Rise

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