What You’re Overlooking in Your Hiring Process

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The hiring process can be exhausting. There are many stages in the process and usually several players who need to be involved to bring it to a successful conclusion. A lot of thought goes into hammering out the details of the position and the expectation of the potential candidate, so it’s easy to overlook some… Read more »

What Do Excellent Candidates Want?

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Good candidates are attracted to a company with a competitive compensation and benefits package. They are also likely to be interested in the location of the company and it’s proximity to their home. It’s common to be interested in a company with good hours and a predictable schedule. These are all very reasonable selling points… Read more »

Five Tips to Motivate and Retain Great Employees

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So you’ve vetted and hired some great talent – congratulations! Now how do you keep them motivated and engaged? How do you keep them employed with your organization for the long term? These are universal questions when it comes to hiring, and ones that are helpful to consider. Here are five tips to motivate and… Read more »

Want to Hire Stellar Talent? Then Avoid a Long and Tedious Interview Process

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A-level candidates often can choose from at least two – and probably more – attractive job offers. This is especially true in high-demand industries like analytics and web marketing. What’s your strategy for landing the employee you want rather than losing them to the competition? The Candidate Experience Listed among the top complaints job seekers… Read more »

Attracting Strong Talent in an Improving Economy

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The U.S. economy is in the best shape it’s been since the start of the recession. In 2014, employment rose by 2.95 million, the largest advance since 1999. Employers added 252,000 positions in December, marking the 11th consecutive month of net job gains above 200,000. In high-demand fields like big data, healthcare and key areas… Read more »

Do You Know How to Spot Potential in a Candidate?

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High performance and high potential are not mutually exclusive. Ideally, you’d like every member of your workforce to fit both categories. However, if you understand the difference, you’ll be more effective in attracting, engaging and retaining individuals with the latent talent to hold successive leadership roles in your organization. According to a recent American Management… Read more »