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How to make a job offer that’s accepted • Courtesy

Executive Recruiters -  The Ankenbrandt Group, Newport Beach, CA

How to make a job offer that’s accepted

Be detailed and sell the positives – what’s in it for them.

Offer:

Stock

Flextime

A future. If not, offer more money and the opportunity to increase their skill level

Sign-on bonus

Performance-based bonus

Expense account

Club or association membership

Additional vacation time

Car allowance

Tuition

Be open to negotiating salary.

Don’t make the offer so low that they have to say no.

Commitment to TAG

If you want TAG to fill a position, you must be committed to us.

Place the job order, sign the engagement letter, and sufficiently provide us with a detailed job description.

Give feedback on resumes submitted and candidates interviewed to determine the best qualifications for the position.

If TAG discovers you are below the market salary level, discuss the matter with your company executives.

Work together on time to get the results desired.

Summer refresher course

For the interviewer:

Remember when you were interviewing and how nerve-racking it is.

Smile and be polite.

Treat them with respect. For example – don’t take phone calls during the interview.

After the interview, keep the applicant informed if they are being considered.

If the candidate is not being considered, send them a note letting them know as soon as possible.

C-O-U-R-T-E-S-Y

Courtesy. It rarely costs a cent but can help you make thousands. W.H. Butterfield is an author of hundreds of articles and books and a conductor of more than 1,500 seminars on how to build a business and good public relations. I recently read an article where he was talking about various ways common courtesy can be used to create a business. Take a look at this simple acronym: Courtesy. It rarely costs a cent but can help you make thousands. W.H. Butterfield is an author of hundreds of articles and books and a conductor of more than 1,500 seminars on how to build a business and good public relations. I recently read an article where he was talking about various ways common courtesy can be used to do the business. Take a look at this simple acronym:

  • Considerate
  • Open-minded
  • Understanding
  • Respectful
  • Thoughtful
  • Even-tempered
  • Sincere
  • You-minded

Remember, it only takes a second to say thank you, please, or smile at someone. Take the time, and you’ll find rewards.

Executive Recruiters -  The Ankenbrandt Group, Newport Beach, CA
Executive Recruiters -  The Ankenbrandt Group, Newport Beach, CA

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