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March 20, 2014

Interview Like a Pro

Even experienced recruiters and hiring managers can make mistakes in conducting interviews.  Unless you focus actively on avoiding some of the more common errors (making inferences about what the candidate is saying, not familiarizing yourself well with the candidate before the interview, favoring candidates very similar to yourself, rating candidates…
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March 11, 2014

Six Negotiation Tools that Aren’t Salary

When the powers that be are tightening the belt, the option of throwing money at top picks and existing staff goes right out the window.  But this doesn’t mean that all bargaining power is lost. Salary is huge, don’t get me wrong.  For most candidates, it’s the top consideration.  When…
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September 23, 2013

…and Knowing is Half the Battle

No doubt you’re inundated with resumes. A wealth of options is a good problem to have, though selecting one among hundreds can be extremely time consuming. But once you’ve narrowed the field, the more significant challenge remains: ultimately bringing on board the best person for the job. Christine Santacroce offers…
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September 3, 2013

Hire With Your Head, Not Your Gut

It’s probably happened to you plenty of times.  Maybe it happens with every round of interviews you do: you fall in love with a candidate. This person had exactly the personality you’d hoped for in a new hire, met the necessary requirements, looked the part, aced the interview and generally…
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May 29, 2013

3 Reasons College Graduates Will Be Your Next CEOs

When placing candidates in executive level positions, I tend towards veterans or ‘seasoned’ players. As college graduations occur daily this season, I thought I’d take a moment and make a case—or at the least—give HR managers some thoughts about taking a chance on those fresh out of school. What’s the…
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January 29, 2013

4 Easy Ways To Find Talented Employees

If your company is small and relatively unknown it can be hard to capture the attention of talented, potential employees. And the lack of younger workers entering the labor market doesn't make anything easier. There are, however, some steps that can be taken in order to get those highly desired…
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November 12, 2012

04 – The Interview Process:

http://youtu.be/glEyzjQE3PM Our previous topic was about qualifying the candidate for the opportunity and today we will be focusing on the actual interview process of putting the candidate and the client in front of one another. This process consists of not only preparing the candidate but also preparing the client for…
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November 5, 2012

Executive Search Tips for More Innovative Hiring Tactics, Part 2

To continue from the previous half of this article on the top ten creative recruiting practices compiled by executive search firms, here five more tips companies should use to improve their hiring process. 6. Increasing Hiring Presence Through New Mediums While the more traditional methods of candidate sourcing, such as…
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November 2, 2012

Executive Search Tips for More Innovative Hiring Tactics, Part 1

Given the changes and challenges that have faced the corporate world over the last decade, and with no foreseeable end to this shifting uncertainty, companies are now finding that they need to take even greater care than ever before when investing time and money into those greatest of their resources;…
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June 6, 2012

4 Executive Search and Hiring Techniques That Should Be Stopped

Given the uncomfortably precarious nature of the economy in past years and the effect this has had on the job market, it should come as no surprise that many companies have begun taking their hiring processes to new lengths in the hope of guaranteeing the quality of individuals that they…
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