Category Archives: Headhunter
September 9, 2019 CNI Recruiting and our subsidiary company Best Recruiting publish U.S. salary projections twice each year. The following is our Early 2019 U.S. Salary Projection. The Final 2019 Salary Projection will be released in November 2018. U.S. SALARY PROJECTIONS FOR 2019 CNI Recruiting compiled 2019 Salary Projections from surveys performed by the following respected sources. • Salary.com (Compensation data) [Read More…]
CNI Recruiting recruits top Sales, IT, Marketing and Operations talent for a referral fee of 10% of candidate first year base salary (minimum $7,000). We are experts at identifying top performers at all company levels who meet our clients’ requirements. We provide timely referrals by leveraging our internal database of over 120,000 candidates and our national recruiting network. We frequently [Read More…]
One of the most important aspects of recruiting is preparing for job interviews. However, because of operational responsibilities, many hiring managers do not have the time to prepare properly, which can result in significant re-hiring and re-training expense. Here are 10 tips from CNI Recruiting to help with interview preparation. 1. Job Descriptions Job Descriptions should include job requirements that have [Read More…]
CNI Recruiting publishes a series of articles containing interview tips for candidates. Here are some additional tips: Exhibit enthusiasm for the position and the company. Explain why you are interested in joining their team. Don’t act as though you would take any job. Ask questions about the company’s goals and their progress achieving the goals, their expectations for you, compensation, [Read More…]
Selecting a recruiting firm is like diving into a pool; you need to be sure that there is water in there before you dive. The following are some important questions to ask when selecting a recruiting firm. The best way to obtain answers to these questions is to submit them in writing in the form of a Request For Proposal. Do [Read More…]
When preparing job descriptions, include only requirements that have been proven to correlate with success for the job and your company, rather than anecdotal information. Include “soft” requirements, i.e. attitude, behavior, professionalism, courtesy, appropriate dress, enthusiasm, and energy. CNI Recruiting.
During job interviews be upbeat and speak with a strong, clear voice. Project confidence, but not arrogance. Make eye contact with the interviewers and find ways to connect with them. Don’t tell any jokes or make “smart” remarks. Use proper English not slang. Try to avoid “pause” words such as like, uh, you know, and um. Avoid controversial topics. Remember, [Read More…]