Amazing Recruiting Tools Every Hiring Manager Needs

| November 13, 2018

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The cost of hiring a new employee is about $4,000 and takes about 42 days (that time is a cost of its own). Yet, if you’re in charge of hiring, you don’t need anyone to tell you the costs of finding employees. You know it first hand. You’re probably shelling out money to pay for job listings, recruiting, and interviewing in an attempt to recruit the ideal employee. You can’t avoid the hiring process, but with better recruiting tools, you can shave time and costs off. There’s no shortage of recruiting tools out there, but here are a few to help you improve your process.

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