Part 1 of our Hall of Fame guidance on how to make a job offer to a candidate.
If you're a manager, you've got people working for you. If you have people working for you, you're going to either lose some, or your team is going to grow. That creates an opening, which, if you're lucky, you'll get to fill. And that means interviewing, and hiring someone.
While we think it's funny (and sad) that so many managers don't like the hiring process, it seems silly to punish ourselves by not knowing how to do it. Look, even if you hate the process, why mess it up and increase your chances of having to do it again right at the very end? It's like being in the lead of a mile long race, only to fall down and then have to run an extra mile.
This Cast Answers These Questions
- What do I do say when giving an offer?
- How long should I give someone to accept my offer?
- How can I ensure my offers are accepted?
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