was someone you thought could help take a load off your back . . . someone
who might solve some of those problems keeping your up at night. Or maybe it was the person you were counting on to
replace a key executive lured away by a competitor. Or was it that business development wiz you wanted so badly to beef
up your sales team?
Well, of course, we all have had such turn-downs. Quite disappointing,
isn't it? Especially when it was a top notch candidate you went to a lot of trouble to recruit in the first place.
But you know what? While
it's a real challenge today to find the best qualified candidates, a greater challenge is closing the deal and getting
an acceptance to your offer of employment. Because the best talent, the people everyone wants to hire today, has options
(unlike the general population which faces high unemployment).
But difficulty or failure in closing the deal is not just because the best talent has other
tell it like it is. A TURN-DOWN IS THE SYMPTOM OF AN INEFFECTIVE TALENT ACQUISITION PROCESS. Somebody you wanted
to hire refused your offer of employment. The process did not deliver results. The deal did not get closed.
So, what can we do about it?
Well, there is a process which
can eliminate turn-downs. And it can eliminate related disappointments - new hires who don't show up to work - or
who back out of the deal because of counter-offers. And it has the added benefit of getting rid of "tire-kickers"
or others unqualified for your positions; and can go a long way towards preventing a bad hire.
This process generates offers to qualified and interested candidates which will
always be accepted. In other words, its the means by which you can make an offer they can't refuse.
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