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May 9, 2014

4 Great Habits of Recruiting Leaders

Are you a recruiter at the top of your game?  The goals in any profession are mastery and leadership.  A recruiter hoping to climb the ranks can practice these four habits to demonstrate leadership potential. Show That You Listen This means more than paying attention to what’s being said.  Take,…
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May 6, 2014

How to Tell if Your Hiring Process Stinks

I’ve heard it said that unhappy customers are something like 10 times more likely than happy customers to share their experience.  That’s a disproportionate amount of negative press when it’s more likely than not that the majority of your customers are thrilled – or at least satisfied – with the…
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May 2, 2014

Should You Be Recruiting Continuously?

According to a recent survey by CareerBuilder, only 38 percent of employers recruit on an ongoing basis for positions that may open up in the near future, even while some positions sit unfilled for extended periods of time. And not without reason.  There’s certainly greater cost involved with continual recruiting,…
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April 10, 2014

This Year’s Careers Forecast

With the first quarter in the books, several of these predictions are proving to be spot on.  As demand for these roles intensifies, make sure your recruiting practices are up to snuff so that your organization attracts and staffs top talent! Infographic courtesy of Ajilon.
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April 8, 2014

5 Tips to Avoid a Bad Hire

The costs associated with a bad hire are staggering.  An NBRI study has found that even for low-paying roles – between time and cost associated with training, loss in productivity, interviewing, employment ads and various HR-related activities – a bad hire can mean a loss of $25,000.  The company takes…
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March 26, 2014

Look Past Traditional Red Flags

It’s always been the case that certain aspects of a candidate’s resume give off warning signs.  Stretches of time unaccounted for, seemingly sparse skill sets, a work history that appears to be all over the map – these situations have often been the kiss of death for job seekers. But…
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March 14, 2014

What Does True Confidence Look Like?

If you’ve found yourself drawn to a less-than-qualified candidate or put off by one who seems to match your needs perfectly, you may have been influenced by the applicant’s confidence.  No doubt many of us have been taken in at one point or another by a candidate who was faking…
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March 10, 2014

The Top Three Recruiting Investments to Make in 2014

We all know it: when done right, recruiting is among the most valuable functions of an organization.  Continually finding and bringing on top talent – staff that will move the business forward, strengthen its key processes or services and drive innovation – is critical to a company’s ongoing success. So…
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February 28, 2014

Recruiting Goes to the Movies

This Sunday marks the 86th Academy Awards, the year’s grandest celebration of achievements in acting, directing, screenwriting, cinematography, and so on. In the spirit of the Oscars, today we’re looking back on some iconic films – and some box office busts – and the memorable lines that ought to resonate…
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February 13, 2014

Social Media in HR

Well over half of companies plan to increase their use of social media this year, and these days, using this tool effectively means you're capable of far more than tracking status updates. Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. Infographic courtesy of Success Factors and BLR.
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