"Separate the wheat from the chaff"
- separate the good from the bad, the valuable from the worthless.
The expression refers to the farming practice of threshing corn in order to separate the worthless husks from the good grain. Someone who, figuratively speaking, separates the wheat from the chaff identifies what is worthwhile in an undertaking and disgards that which is a waste of time.
We have several articles/documents on file that we use in our recruitment process for clients and applicants. All documents are stored as PDF files – please feel free to download any that may be of interest.
- 4 reasons to use an executive recruiter
- How to get the most value from your recruiter
- Why you need a headhunter
- Exclusive Candidate Marketing
The Interview Process
- Job search on company time
- CV preparation
- Making your job interview successful
- Understanding emotional intelligence
- Interview body language
- Employer hot buttons
- 5 ways to successfully negotiate a salary
- What your references are saying about you
- Employment contract
- Restrictive covenants
- 12 steps to a smooth resignation
- Counteroffer acceptance
Your New Role
- 18 ways to impress a new employer
- Building motivation levels
- Climbing the corporate ladder
- A crash course in public speaking
- Joining the board
- Organising a redundancy programme
- Promoting top sales producers to managers – think again
- Quarterly employee reviews
As an employer