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How to Hire Long-Term Employees #VLOG

how to hire long-term employeesWhen you have a new position to fill for your company or department, do you want to hire someone that will stay for six months, or for two years? It’s no secret that when you are hiring, you want to hire someone that will stay with the company for a long time. You already know that the average time it takes to hire a new employee is 45 days. If it takes that long to hire an employee, do you really want to have to do it all over again in just a few months? Chances are that answer is likely ‘no.’ That is why you should work towards hiring long-term employees from the start. Take a look at our video blog for great tips on how you can work towards doing that now.

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