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Webinar | Recruitment Process is Mission Critical

The way your team manages new candidates has a lasting impact not only on your ability to make the hire, but also on how long they stay with you. What’s required is a new process — a simple repeatable formula you can follow, and teach to your team, that leads to better hires and better retention.

In this webinar, Accountingfly CEO Jeff Phillips reviews key steps of the recruitment process that can be followed by HR Managers, Firm Administrators and Partners who lead recruitment. A great process will increase your closing rate by 50%, saving you and your team time, money and frustration.

Watch to learn how you can improve the inner dynamics of making a successful hire.

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