Two Great Candidates? How Do You Decide Which One to Hire!?

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Nearly every hiring manager has faced the conundrum of trying to decide between two great candidates for one job. It can be heartbreaking. Yet, time is precious, so one of the candidates needs to move forward while the other is rejected. How can a recruiter make the right decision? If you are faced with this… Read more »

The Real Reasons You’re Not Landing Interviews

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You send off your brand-new cover letter and resume to hundreds of companies, get a few email confirmations, and then…nothing. This is something that many job seekers find highly frustrating. After all, you have the right skills, education, and work experience to qualify for most jobs, right? Hold on. There could be a few simple… Read more »

How to Streamline Your New Temporary Workers

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Whether you’ve just started working with temporary workers or you have been using this option for your business for a while, the best way to get the most ROI is to streamline your temp workforce. In this way, your new temps can be brought up-to-speed fast, so they can be productive sooner. But, how do… Read more »

Are You Sabotaging Your Career Chances?

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It has been weeks since you’ve heard from any of the companies that you’ve interviewed for. What’s going wrong? Could it be that you’re sabotaging your career chances through your own behaviors? Many job seekers unintentionally make it more difficult on themselves. They may not even realize it. You may find yourself in the same… Read more »

5 Interviews Questions to NEVER Ask!

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Preparing for a job interview can help you impress the interviewer and increase your chances of being brought back for a second round – or even offered the job. It is important that you know the difference between what is ok to ask an interviewer and what questions you should never ask. We will present… Read more »

Did You Lose Employees Over the Holidays? Here’s How to Recover in 2015

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Companies tend to lose employees over the holiday season for a variety of reasons. Employees have extra time on their hands to look for other opportunities, or they simply choose to resign for personal reasons. Other times, holiday staffers just fall off the face of the earth when their seasonal assignments end or they head… Read more »

Cream of the Crop: How to Hire the Best New Grads

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With a whole new host of job candidates in the job market following December graduations, companies have begun looking for top talent to fill open positions now. But, how can these companies make sure they are hiring the best new graduates since most of them come with no professional experience aside from an internship or… Read more »

Slack Off on Your Job Search Last Year? Here’s How to Be Productive!

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Whether or not you are employed, you might have started the long and ardous task of searching for a new job in 2014. Even if you just started the search, maybe you slacked off a bit. There could have been good reasons for this lack of motivation, such as: Not finding a lot of great… Read more »

Using Temporary Employees to Fill Seasonal Gaps

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Temporary employees are an excellent way to fill seasonal gaps at your company, whenever there is a need for some extra help around the office. Your company could have seasonal personnel gaps due to production cycles, holidays, vacations, illnesses, cuts to the full-time workforce and much more. We will discuss all the benefits of hiring… Read more »

5 Ways Temps Improve Seasonal Productivity

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There are some companies out there that thrive more during certain seasons each year. For example, companies that are in tourist towns will have busier seasons in the winter if they are ski resorts and in the summer if they are shore resorts. Companies in these locales will need to hire temp workers for the… Read more »