Whether you're the one planning them or the one required to attend, workplace meetings can seem like a giant waste of time. Of course it's important to keep everybody informed, but do you really have to spend two hours on a Thursday morning listening to the long-talker; avoiding the glance of the eye-roller; or getting interrupted as soon as you try to put in your two cents?
The more details you can provide about an employee request, the greater your chances of receiving qualified applicants. Use this checklist to make sure you've provided your staffing partner with all the important information.
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