How to Increase Candidate Interest in Your Employment Opportunity

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To maintain a top-notch workforce, you have to attract top-notch talent. This can be challenging in today’s economy, as leading candidates can pick and choose where they work and what they do. As noted in Forbes, recruitment is selling. Your company is your product, your desired candidate is your sales lead, and every interview is… Read more »

Tips for Showing Your Employees You Appreciate Them

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Employee appreciation doesn’t have to be expensive or elaborate. But it does have to happen on a regular basis. And regardless of your budget for this purpose, if staff rewards and recognition are done right, you’ll find it’s money well spent. By incorporating recognition into your company culture and daily routine, your business will benefit… Read more »

What Top Employees Need to Stay

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Retaining your best employees is one of the primary measures of the health of your organization. It helps ensure customer satisfaction, sales and a satisfied, engaged workforce. Recent research has revealed that almost half of all employees are open to leaving their jobs, even if they’re satisfied there. In today’s career landscape, millennials are expected… Read more »

Here’s What You Need to Know Before Hiring a Temporary Employee

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Temporary hiring may be just what you need to deal with short-term staffing issues while planning a long-term solution. The use of contractors or temporary employees can lead to more confident permanent hiring, as both you and the candidate go through a “try before you buy” period to ensure the right fit. Temporary employees are… Read more »

How to Identify Employees With Leadership Skills

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What does a leader – or a potential leader – look like? How can you spot one as you evaluate prospective hires and develop your current employees? You need a structured plan for leadership continuity. This means zeroing in on individuals who can play a transformational role in your company’s future and help maintain your… Read more »

Tips for Helping Your Employees Improve Accountability

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Accountability means having to answer for one’s actions. In the workplace, employees need to behave knowing in advance they will have to explain themselves and their actions will have either rewards or consequences. It may sound tough or even confrontational, but it doesn’t have to be. By and large, employees want to feel like they’re… Read more »

How to Find Out Whether a Job Candidate Will Fit Your Company Culture

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You may know a candidate has the right skill set to fill your open position, but what about the right personality? Hiring someone who fails to fit your company culture can be a very costly mistake. You rely on your employees to uphold your culture, and you rely on your culture to uphold your employees…. Read more »

How Successful is Your Recruiting Process?

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What’s the secret to great recruiting in today’s candidate-driven job market? In order to land top talent, you need to make the most of your resources. This means optimizing the candidate experience, as well as measuring the effectiveness of your strategy. Raise the Bar on Recruiting Etiquette To ensure that you are consistently picking from… Read more »

Why Having a Well-Written Job Description Matters

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A well-written job description is one of the most essential communication tools you can have in place for your employees, managers, recruiters and prospective hires. It not only becomes a foundation for the development of interview questions, but it also fosters effective management on all levels and protects your business for the future. Strong job… Read more »

Teamwork Interview Questions You Should Be Asking Candidates

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Regardless of their role, no employee works alone, or in a vacuum. Even in the most technical jobs, the ability to effectively interact with team members is essential to success. There will always be colleagues who need to know the status of tasks or projects and, in general, what’s going on. While teamwork skills are… Read more »