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Recruiting top-drawer employees does’t stop just because hiring slows or freezes.
The recession, however bad, isn’t permanent, and forward-looking executives realize that the most ambitious and productive workers – the ones they hope to attract – remain alert to opportunities from companies that market themselves vigorously and confidently no matter what the economic climate.
The following are some trends that will affect hiring as the economy rebounds:
Don’t expect the best candidates to accept a smaller salary in return for additional stock options.
Given the stock market's performance over the past year, most employees would rather have a dependable source of income than gamble on stock options that might prove worthless.
They also value their personal time and will likely negotiate for more vacation.
The Internet has made it possible for job seekers to be more connected than ever through social – and professional-networking sites like LinkedIn, Facebook and various blogs.
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