"Don't Spend Your Money Looking For Employees"!
Do you need to find some new good employees? Do you have a large budget for finding new employees? Do you want to know how you can find really good employees for little or no money? Sure you do!
By the time you finish reading this page you'll have access to information dealing with such issues as:
* Free small business resources, free resources, free advice, free small business tools, free business information, free business resources, small business advice, small business information, small business tips, small business help and MORE!
* Learning about the different ways to get new employees
Learn how successful employers get the good employees they need without spending alot of money to find them!
To be totally honest - nothing is really free.
Even if you conduct your own employee search, you'll need to spend some time and energy advertising a position. Reading applications and resumes. And then conducting interviews.
You desire this process to be as quick and "painless" as possible. Think about using some Free and Nearly Free Resources.
Post a notice on the employee bulletin board and in the workplace newsletter if you have one.
Post a sign in a window or at the cash registers.
Use a "new employee search" from within your company. Have a "bonus program" or "finders fee" for current employees who bring in new people who get hired.
Set up a job line. Have a recorded message that tells people what the position is, the requirements and how to apply.
Post a notice on the community bulletin boards around your area. Especially at the library.
Contact your local community center.
Put in a notice with your local Manpower center.
Contact the local universities and colleges, which usually have career centers.
Join a job fair. Set up a booth with one of your assistant managers or top employees to take applications.
Advertise in your local newspapers. The fees are usually very reasonable.
As you can see, there are a number of Free and Nearly Free Resources you can use in your Search for Employees.
Use one or a combination of them to find the good employees you need.
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