January 25, 2013

PharmaLogics Recruiting Saves Clients 61% on Recruiting Fees in 2012

During the course of 2012, PharmaLogics Recruiting saved their clients 61% on recruiting fees. Founded in 2003, this year marks the company’s 10Year Anniversary. Starting out as a traditional contingency and retained search firm within the biotechnology and pharmaceutical field, PharmaLogics now utilizes an Anti-Fee model which is both innovative and cost effective. Since adopting this model in 2009, PharmaLogics has grown from 3 to 40+ employees.   Headquartered in Braintree, MA, a new 4,000 sq ft location in South Boston […]
January 21, 2013

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January 18, 2013

How to Increase Employee Retention at your Company

How to Increase Employee Retention at your Company The benefits of improving employee retention at your company are exponential. Retaining quality employees adds increased productivity, higher customer satisfaction, and morale while reducing turnover costs. What are the best methods to ensure that employee retention remains high? First Step: Data driven. Understand where you currently are in order to figure out the best methods for improvement. Understand the cost of turnover.  Recruitment, selection, orientation, loss of productivity, vacancy costs and customer impact […]
January 14, 2013

Human Resources Magazine

December 2012: Learning & Development It’s the little things that matter Megan Driscoll Founder PharmaLogics Recruiting When it comes to attracting top talent, the devil is in the detail. If you want to make a good impression and secure your company as an employer of choice, follow these tips. My dad is an engineer, analytical and precise in every way. Growing up, whenever I went to him with a problem, his fix-all phrase would be, “It’s the little things that […]
January 4, 2013

How to Educate Employees about their Benefits

Health care plans can be incredibly complex and detailed. The challenge is for HR executives to make the information easy and simple for employees to understand so that they not only make better choices for their families, but also so that they have a greater appreciation for the total compensation package offered by their employer. Finding the time to educate employees about new benefits or conducting open enrollment is one of the biggest challenges employers face. However, communicating about the company’s benefits […]
December 21, 2012

How to Attract College Graduates into Entry Level Roles

In order to attract college graduates to your organization you need to know what motivates them, how they get information, and what they value. New college graduates are looking for security and stability and the majority would prefer small to mid- sized firms to begin their career. Social Media: Find out where your audience is, whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or any other medium, and build a presence there. Think about what makes your workplace special, and use your branding […]
December 7, 2012

What are the 4 Most Effective Ways to Increase Employee Motivation?

Being able to motivate your employees is one of the biggest assets an employer can possess. What are the best ways to make sure morale and productivity remain high while at work? 1)      Praise employees for their accomplishments. Employees want to know they are doing a good job and when you as their boss acknowledge that it goes a long way. This can be done by simply saying what a good job they did during a meeting. However, be specific. […]
November 30, 2012

What Employers Need To Know About The Class of 2012

By: Jacquelyn Smith (Forbes Magazine) In order to attract the best new workers, employers had better understand how the 3.4 million Millennials graduating from college and entering the workforce this year plan to seek employment, and what they’ll look for most in a company and a job. They want the chance for advancement even more than a good salary, it turns out, and getting them to stay at a job may not be easy. The “Class of 2012” survey, conducted […]
November 16, 2012

How Do You Answer a Question About Your Salary Expectations?

The answer is simple: On your application simply write negotiable-nothing more, nothing less. In your interview, you might also be asked verbally about your salary expectations. When asked about your salary expectations, simply say, “1 would consider any reasonable offer.”, If the person responds with, “No, really, what are you looking for?” Reply again with, “No, really, 1 am very excited about your company and the role I would play here, and I would consider any reasonable offer,”?’ No interviewer […]
November 9, 2012

How to Conduct a Successful Behavioral Interview

Behavioral interviewing focuses on how the interviewee has acted in past employment related situations based on skills, abilities, and knowledge with questions often starting with: “tell me about a time,” “describe a time” etc. The idea is that past performance will correlate with future performance. Not sure what to ask during a behavioral interview? Here are some common questions: – Can you give me an example from your past when you had to make a quick decision under lots of […]