Ideas and suggestions on recruiting, interviewing and placement practices in the sports and entertainment industry from Prodigy Sports. When it comes to the offer stage of the hiring process, the heavy lifting is done, yet we’ve seen it all. We’ve had candidates sign offers and establish a start date, then not get on a plane the night before their first day. Verbal and written offers have also evolved to text message offers. Regardless, the standards remain the same. CANDIDATES 1. Be honest. Talk truthfully about where you stand; using hyperbole to discuss your expectations could create distrust with your new employer. Have conversations with your family. Are they aware of the time needed to commit to opening a new building, turning around a venue or the long days/nights? 2. Be prepared. Are your “asks” valid and rational? What are your nonnegotiables and what can you let go of? Just like… Continue Reading Recruiting Tip of the Month – November

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