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    Does size matter? When it comes to recruiting, a small company can actually be a big advantage. Use these recommendations to inform your recruitment process and attract A-players using your small-company culture.

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    Absolutely. This is a much talked about topic. Many of you have probably already heard stories about companies that use innovative benefits to attract staff. In Silicon Valley, some companies have gone as far as to allow employees to bring their pets to work.

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    Think the promise of promotion into management would motivate most employees? Not so, according to a survey by staffing firm The Creative Group, which found 71 percent of workers surveyed would not want their manager's job. "A manager needs to get to know his or her employees," says Carol E. Gilson, vice president of human resources and client services for EMPO, a human resources services firm. "By being genuinely concerned about each employee, the manager will learn what motivates each individual."

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    You may feel that two short interviews and a three page resume are not sufficient for you to make an important hiring decision. Perhaps you should consider the kinds of questions you are asking the candidate in your interviews. Behavioral interviewing is a very good technique to help you identify the right person.

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    All too often the job seeker is focused on what he or she is looking for in a job (i.e. income, benefits, location, function, responsibilities, title, stature, drive time, industry, and corporate culture). On the other hand, hiring executives have an entirely different set of standards for what they are seeking in candidates.

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    You may feel that two short interviews and a three page resume are not sufficient for you to make an important hiring decision. Perhaps you should consider the kinds of questions you are asking the candidate in your interviews. Behavioral interviewing is a very good technique to help you identify the right person.

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    Does size matter? When it comes to recruiting, a small company can actually be a big advantage. Use these recommendations to inform your recruitment process and attract A-players using your small-company culture.

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    All too often the job seeker is focused on what he or she is looking for in a job (i.e. income, benefits, location, function, responsibilities, title, stature, drive time, industry, and corporate culture). On the other hand, hiring executives have an entirely different set of standards for what they are seeking in candidates.

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    Absolutely. This is a much talked about topic. Many of you have probably already heard stories about companies that use innovative benefits to attract staff. In Silicon Valley, some companies have gone as far as to allow employees to bring their pets to work.