Strategic Hiring – Hiring for an Existing Open Role

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Strategic Hiring – Hiring for an Existing Open Role

In my last article, Strategic Hiring – An Introduction, I introduced 3 different hiring scenarios tax leaders are likely to face regarding staffing: hiring for an existing open role, hiring for newly created roles and hiring to upgrade or rebuild a tax function. Each scenario deserves exclusive attention given their individual characteristics and challenges but, in this article, I will take a closer look at what considerations tax leaders need to take into account when hiring for an existing open role. From unexpected turnover to the sizeable exodus of baby boomers, most Hiring Authorities will likely find themselves needing to fill an existing open role (or multiple roles) at some point in their careers.