Steps to Selecting the Candidate that Matches the Assignment

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If you are in charge of recruiting new employees for your company, it is a considerable responsibility. While candidates might look great on paper and even in the interview process, it can be difficult to decide if you have chosen the right person for each assignment. There is no crystal ball to determine with 99.9… Read more »

5 Ways to Help Make Seasonal Temps More Efficient

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It’s very common for organizations to look to the support of seasonal temporary workers to during peak production times. In fact, hiring seasonal workers on a temporary basis can be one of the best ways to realize a positive return on investment for your business because it’s less costly than hiring regular employees. Each year,… Read more »

7 Questions to Ask at a Job Interview

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The big interview day is almost here! You’ve updated your look and your resume. You’ve mapped out the interview location and spent time researching the corporate website. You’ve practiced all the potential questions that the interviewer may ask you. Yet, there is still one thing left to do: Write a list of questions to ask… Read more »

Conducting a Successful Interview | Consistency Questions

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In the search for the best candidates, human resource and recruitment pros spend a great deal of time conducting interviews. Yet, after a while, this can start to feel like an interrogation of each candidate as the interviewer struggles to get to the core of each candidate.  Recruiters often wonder if interviewing is really worth… Read more »

Making Great Hires with Great Job Descriptions

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Last week, we shared some important factors that will improve candidate engagement through great job descriptions. Now we will be discussing how carefully crafted job descriptions can also improve the quality of new hires. This is an area that few companies consider until they struggle to find great candidates, or encounter an overabundance of resumes… Read more »

The Projected Top Jobs of 2020

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It’s hard to imagine what the job scene will look like in 2020, but as a business you do need to stay ahead of market trends. In the next decade, there will be many new jobs and many obsolete jobs created by technology and industry changes. This means the way in which your employees perform… Read more »