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 »

The Importance of Using Networking in Your Job Search

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According to recent research, the average American has more than 630 personal contacts. As a job hunter, you may have fewer, or more – and of course, not all of them will be relevant to your employment search. Be sure to find and maximize the potential of networking on the way to landing your dream… 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 »

5 Reasons You Didn’t Get Called for an Interview

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Have you been left hanging by a prospective employer, wondering why you haven’t been called for an interview after submitting your resume and application? It’s especially disappointing if you felt confident you’d be a good fit for the job. There are myriad reasons why you haven’t heard back from a company. The following are five… 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 »

Important Questions to Ask Your Interviewer

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Success in your job interview is not only about nailing the responses to questions you’re asked. It’s also about asking good questions of your own. There’s no better way to show your excellence as a candidate than by asking the right questions. Make a Statement Your goal is to make a statement, in the form… Read more »

How to Create a Company Culture That Supports Business Goals

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“Culture” has been a corporate buzzword for a long time; but what does it really mean for you and for the ongoing success of your business? And, how can you build a culture of engagement, productivity and success as you move forward in 2018? In a word, culture is the personality of your organization. Entrepreneur.com… Read more »

Why You Need to Be a Leader Instead of a Boss

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Sure, you’re the boss … by virtue of your title and your position on the company org chart. But, are you a leader? There are plenty of bosses in the world, but there can never be enough leaders. The good news is: You can make the transition from just being the boss to being a… Read more »

How to Craft the Perfect HR Resume

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How can you make your HR resume stand out from the pack of candidates vying for that dream position? You’ve seen countless resumes and you have the inside track on what works and what doesn’t … but, so do they! Take a step back and look at your resume from a fresh perspective. Be sure… Read more »