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While this year has brought many changes to the world of recruiting, one positive has been the launch of Amotec’s blog at the beginning of January! As we dive into the second part of the year, we thought we’d take the time to round up some of our favorite blog posts from the past six months. You can always stay up-to-date on the latest hiring trends, tips and trick at https://www.www.amotecinc.com/blog.
4 Tips for Making your New Hires Feel Welcome | Posted: January 22, 2020
Starting at a new company in a new position can bring a lot of uncertainty and anxiety to a new hire. Often there are multiple concerns circling in their head including everything from where the coffee pot is to if they made the right decision in accepting your job offer. How a new employee feels at a company can carry throughout their entire time at an organization. Check out some of our favorite tips for making all your new employees feel welcomed in their first weeks at your company!
5 Ways to Incorporate your Mission Statement into your Company Culture | Posted: March 11, 2020
Developing a mission statement is a critical part of any business development strategy, but once the words are written, then what? In order for your mission statement to truly take effect, it is essential to incorporate it beyond once a year. Your mission statement should serve as an ever-present guiding light for your employees no matter their skill level or number of years at the company. Check out the steps below for some ideas on how to make your mission statement go beyond the “About Us” page on your website.
Elements of a Strong Elevator Pitch | Posted: April 15, 2020
Having a well-crafted elevator pitch will help make a great impression on any recruiter, or individual at a networking event. An elevator pitch is a brief professional summary about yourself that lasts 30 to 45 seconds. Having a well-crafted elevator pitch will help make a great impression on any recruiter, or individual at a networking event. Using an elevator pitch at a networking event or when introduced to another professional is a great way to kick start a conversation, however, it is not always easy to get started in creating one. There are a couple simple steps to follow while creating your elevator pitch.
Four Hiring Metrics You Should Be Measuring | Posted: May 14, 2020
In the world of hiring and human resources, metrics and analytics can often be daunting for those who have never worked with the data before. Collecting data throughout the entire hiring process allows hiring professionals the ability to identify areas for improvement as well as determining which roles may be harder to fill. At Amotec, we collect data and create easy-to-understand reports for our clients looking to keep track of their hiring performance.
Three Ways to Improve Your Resume When You’re Not Working | Posted: May 20, 2020
Whether you lost your job, chose to leave, or have other circumstances that have left you without a job, being out of work can make the career search feel more difficult. However, being out of work may allow you the time to refine and retarget your resume so you can stand out when looking for your next career move. Our team at Amotec has rounded up three ways to improve your resume while not currently working.
Amotec Named a 2020 Top Workplace | Posted: July 8, 2020
Amotec Inc., a national executive search and staffing firm headquartered in downtown Cleveland, has been named a 2020 Top Workplaces by cleveland.com and The Plain Dealer. The ranking, based solely on employee feedback, is determined through a third-party survey administered by employee engagement technology partner Energage, LLC.
Coronavirus and Company Culture: Measuring the Impact | Posted: July 20, 2020
Almost every business has felt the financial impact the coronavirus has made due to restrictions and lockdowns. Now, as states begin to reopen after being on lockdown for a couple months, businesses are looking to get up and running again. Many companies are having trouble getting employees back to work and finding enough applicants to fill their open positions, making it hard for them to restart. For companies that remained open during statewide lockdowns, many of their employees started working from home, to ensure everyone remained safe and healthy.