Strategic Hiring – Hiring For Newly Created Roles

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Strategic Hiring – Hiring For Newly Created Roles

In the last article of this series, Hiring for an Open Role, I discussed strategies, considerations, and challenges tax leaders must account for when identifying and recruiting for a replacement of an existing open role. While this is the most common hiring situation tax leaders encounter, many hiring authorities will find themselves in a position where they will need to create a new role, and in some cases, multiple new roles. It can be a common misconception that hiring in these situations warrant similar strategies, but because there is not necessarily a reference point for newly created roles, there are significant differences and additional challenges. In this article, we will uncover what tax leaders need to know before going to market for one-off newly created positions or for multiple newly created roles.