Recruiting Strategies

The old adage goes that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link, and this is something that a small business owner should take to heart when considering applicants for a new or open position. Recruiting and hiring the right employees for your company is an essential component of growth and development, and it involves a number of distinctly separate phases. There is a tendency for managers and owners initially to dedicate a lot of their focus to the review of resumes and to crafting interview strategies, but unless you are casting the net of your search broadly enough to draw the interest of the employees whom you would wish to hire, those efforts are not terribly helpful.

The Des Moines business lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., can help you to review your current hiring practices or to adopt a new system so that you can ensure that you are always in compliance with the law. Contact us at (877) 327-2600 to speak with an experienced attorney about your company’s legal needs.

The Importance of Knowing Where to Look

As your company grows and its name recognition extends farther and deeper into the public consciousness, you will find that industrious people begin to seek opportunities. After all, success tends to attract successful workers. During the early years, though, you may discover that it requires some luck and some serious effort to locate and identify the best. Broader searches are more likely to yield results, so consider the following:

  • Online job listing sites
  • College and university career services databases
  • College and university recruiting fairs
  • Newspaper classified advertisements
  • Networking parties and local meet-up groups

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Hiring is a delicate matter, and if you unintentionally violate the law, then you may be faced with stressful and costly legal battles. Contact the Des Moines business lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C., at (877) 327-2600 to learn more about staying in compliance with the law.

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