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December 13, 2013

Two Key Considerations in Selecting Leaders

Strong leaders can mean the difference between a team’s success and its failure.  This kind of influence makes it that much harder to select candidates for senior management and executive functions.  As far as the potential cost of choosing the wrong person, the stakes are much higher.  So how can…
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December 6, 2013

Red Flags: A Refresher

There are a hundred reasons applicants get their resumes tossed in the circular filing bin, not the least of which are a total lack of relevant experience and education and skill sets that don’t align with expectations and requirements. Candidates can take emphasis off of some issues with fancy resume…
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November 21, 2013

Here They Come!

Generation Z, the youngest Millennials – the group commonly defined as being born between 1990 and 2000 – are entering the corporate world in force.  Already they represent 11 million workers, or almost 7 percent of the workforce, a number that is projected to more than quadruple in the next…
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November 18, 2013

Recognizing Quality

Recruiting top notch candidates is part art, part science.  You may know a hot candidate when you see one – the problem-solving leader with drive, passion, and an unwavering positive attitude – but the way you interview may make it struggle to recognize those qualities. Fletcher Wimbush of ERE wrote…
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November 14, 2013

Work for Free?!

There’s a reason contractors are so valuable to an organization: quality work at a fraction of the cost of a full-time worker.  But what if you could maintain a dynamic staff who (willingly) work for a lot less?  For free. Dream with me, here.  Open source software programs such as…
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October 3, 2013

Actively Chasing the Passive

Many of the most viable and potentially valuable candidates aren’t actually looking for new jobs.  They may be happy in their current jobs (possibly with your competition), or maybe they’re open to other opportunities, but just comfortable enough not to spend much time thinking about a career move. Winning over…
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September 26, 2013

How On-Trend is Your Recruiting Process?

This year's recruiting trends are all about social (professional) networking, mobile recruiting and data management.  So beef up your LinkedIn contacts and make sure your recruitment and application processes are mobile friendly. Global Recruiting Trends 2013 Infographic from LinkedIn Talent Solutions  
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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 19, 2013

Words Hold Sway: The Influence of a Recommendation

We all know it: recommendations and referrals are an integral part of the recruitment process. Positive buzz about a company can be exponentially more impactful, however, when compared with buzz around a prospective candidate. Your star team member, the new hire, the underperformer, the veteran… they’re all talking about their…
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September 10, 2013

Is Your Talent Community Worth It?

Along with the boom of social media, the expansion of building talent communities has come about. Now that you have developed your talent community -- or maybe you are just starting to -- how do you know if your talent community is actually delivering? Here are three signs that your…
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