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Tag Archives: recruiting
Let’s say your company is about to go through a huge growth spurt and you are in charge of ramping up the company’s employee base from 500 to 1000 employees in the next year. What do you do to achieve … Continue reading
Want to make a huge difference to your companies recruiting strategy? It may sound simple but these are the most important steps you can do right now: Identify the most important roles in your company both to staff and for … Continue reading
I bet most of you on seeing that title, thought of HR as the extinct T-Rex vs. the aggressive, carnivorous beast of action T-Rex! Although there are definitely both kinds of HR out there (sorry to say), I like to … Continue reading
There is no easy answer or solution to finding work in this new economy so fixated on hiring talent with previous work experience. But there is an easy approach. If you work harder and are willing to take some risks, … Continue reading
The war for talent has been a constant theme for years and will continue to be. Some will say that with high unemployment, business failures and faltering economies how can this be? But, in times of high turmoil and in … Continue reading
If your tired of your significant other, treat them like most companies treat their employees, they are bound to pack up and leave you. Tell them social media is off-limits in the home. Issue a dress code policy. Schedule a … Continue reading
Yesterday I read a fantastic post by Chris Fields entitled Dumb it Down which talks about how some employers are threatened by educated people and recruiters suggest that candidates Dumb it Down. Chris is right to say to those employers … Continue reading
I see most of these behaviors every week during interviews. How can it be so! Chew gum during the interview. Slouch in your chair (show some spine). Get to the interview late (really early just in case). Have not researched … Continue reading