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The Invisible $200,000 Problem in Your Recruiting Efforts

Posted by Bob Corlett on September 9, 2009

Jim leads the recruiting effort for Habenae Muneris (HM) - a professional services firm with about 50 employees.  For the most part, things are working pretty well for him, meaning that business is good, the company is profitable and nobody really complains about recruiting.  Hiring delays are fairly common at HM, but there's usually a good reason for it, and the delays aren't any worse than at any other firm he's worked for.  The most common hiring delays are caused by the hiring managers, not Jim:

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