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Welcome to the Arlington Resources Newsletter! In this edition, we will be discussing how to best navigate the labor shortage and grooming current employees for open positions, how to make your job openings appeal to a wider pool of candidates, and how to handle year-end bonuses throwing a wrench in recruiting.


Nina Salgado

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Is Your Next Great Candidate Already Working For You?

The “Great Resignation” has created a labor shortage that has had resounding effects on small businesses and large corporations alike. The pandemic was the tipping point: employees already struggling with unfulfilling work, wage freezes, and limited benefits. Now, employers are struggling to fill skilled positions. How can you best navigate the labor shortage? Here are five tips for reconsidering your open job skills requirements and looking within the organization for employees who can be groomed for an open position.

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How to Make Your Job Openings Appeal to a Wider Pool of Candidates

In order to stay competitive, your company needs a diverse workforce. The greater the differences in your employees’ backgrounds, the more innovative your employees will be. The ability to share, develop, and implement ideas increases employee engagement, job satisfaction, and retention. This is why your job openings need to attract more diverse candidates. The greater the diversity in your candidate pools, the higher the quality of your new hires. Implement these four tips to attract more diverse candidates to your job openings.

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When Year-End Bonuses Throw a Wrench in Recruiting

You find the perfect candidate and make an offer. Turns out the candidate is due a year-end bonus from their current employee, but it doesn’t hit their bank account until after the first quarter. The candidate doesn’t want to give up the bonus, but they are itching to change jobs. And, what if your company doesn’t offer year-end bonuses? Some candidates are conditioned to receive something extra during the holiday season; a thank-you for all their contributions and results during the year. In order to make your job offers more enticing and onboard your candidates as quickly as possible, you need to find other ways to encourage candidates to want to work for you. Choose among these benefits and perks to include in your job offers to increase your acceptance rates. 

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