How to Avoid Hiring a Bad Candidate With a Great Resume

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  It can be a real challenge for hiring managers to judge an employee by their behavior as a candidate. In fact many times, a candidate seems perfect on paper, but may not actually turn out to be a great hire. But the question is, how do you know? How can you reduce risk and… Read more »

The Top 4 Hiring Trends for 2018

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  The hiring landscape is changing fast. From robot recruiters, to shifting candidate expectations, these changes are having a huge impact on the job market and the business world as well. The first step to keeping up with these changes is to know what’s new and what’s actually valuable. Only then will you be able… Read more »

How to Make Quality Connections at a Networking Event

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  Networking is аll аbоut dеvеlорing quality relationships. Some less experienced networkers struggle tо mаkе ԛuаlitу contacts, so hеrе аrе ѕоmе common nеtwоrking miѕtаkеѕ people mаkе, along with ѕоmе tips оn hоw tо аvоid thеm and build a strong rapport with other professionals. Mistake #1. Being a “Card Puѕhеr” Nеtwоrking is NOT a numbеrѕ gаmе…. Read more »

How to Encourage Healthy Competition in the Workplace

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  Some healthy competition in the workplace can give your team productivity a boost. But beware, there’s a right way to incorporate competition and a wrong way to make it a part of your corporate culture. When it’s a positive influence, competition in the workplace can make your staff more productive, engaged and energized. However,… Read more »

Scientific Research on Identifying High-Potential Employees

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  Finding the right person for the job can be a real challenge for employers, but finding the right person who also has long-term potential to grow and flourish within an organization, can seem all but a matter of luck. Hiring managers don’t have a crystal ball to see into the future of a candidate,… Read more »

How to Choose Between Two Great Candidates

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  Having what appears to be two great candidates and only one job to fill is a pretty good problem to have. It can be more of a challenge than you might think. Now’s the time to ask yourself some difficult questions that will give you more insight into each candidate’s skill set and ability… Read more »

The Benefits of Having an Open-Door Policy

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  Does your organization have an open-door policy? Maybe you should. It’s been proven to increase feedback and boost employee moral by increasing communication and making leadership more available to everyone, no matter their status within the company. Here are a few things you should know about connecting workers with managers and corporate leadership for… Read more »

Attract Top Candidates With a Strong Online Presence

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  Just as it’s important for candidates to have a strong online presence, employers too must pay attention to their digital brand to make sure they are bringing the best of the best. To help attract top talent, it’s important to build an online presence across all social media platforms to appeal to your target… Read more »

Employee Recognition Matters!

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  The culture of the modern workforce is changing. Effective leadership is changing too. In order to make sure you are getting the most out of your employees, you need to make sure they are motivated, feel valued and have the resources they need to be at their very best. Employee recognition is a great… Read more »

Four Reasons Why You Should Meet With Your Staff Regularly

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  Regular staff meetings are important for many reasons. They help keep everyone informed, are important for problem solving, and are a great opportunity to innovate as a team. But as schedules get busier and more employees start working remotely or on differing schedules, it can seem like those regular meetings should take a back… Read more »