What could the graduates of 2022 want as they enter the workforce post-pandemic? Read on to find out more about your 2023 recruits.
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Have you ever been ghosted by candidates? Here are some suggestions on how to handle such a situation.
Goal setting sounds easy enough. You point toward your dreams and say, “that’s where I’m headed,” and you’re on your way, right? It’s a good start, but you have just activated a vision, not a goal. Your vision for your career is the overarching picture or idea of what you’d like to have happen. Your… Read more »
We’ve gathered the biggest and most actionable recruitment trends for 2022. Keep up with these, and your candidate pool will thank you! Employer Brand Though your company and employer brands share the same DNA, it’s important to realize they are different. Your company brand influences customers to choose your product. In contrast, employer branding is… Read more »
We’ve all learned: procrastination is a productivity killer. But finding motivation for complex or intimidating items on your to-do list can be trickier than getting cats to march in a parade. Use these tips to ditch procrastinating and start shining in your career. Procrastination inflicts stress A behemoth presentation is due in two weeks…. Read more »
Why do people pay for memberships? While there are various reasons, ranging from discounts to simply being a fan, the main reason is exclusivity and enhanced benefits–benefits that improve your life. In addition, memberships carry a level of commitment between the service being provided and the member. If you need proof, consider Amazon Prime’s 200… Read more »
It’s happened to all of us, a new boss who micromanages, a new coworker who takes credit for your work, or the recent hire with a chip on their shoulder. So how can we escape the financial loss, reduced productivity, & negative employee morale a bad hire brings? Here are the warning signs so… Read more »
Micromanaging is damaging to your team and company, but so is a hands-off approach to leadership. So, how do you find the middle ground? We must shift away from both nasty habits and practice guiding our employees. Why should you choose to delegate even if you feel like micromanaging? Micromanaging wastes time that you could… Read more »
Business is booming, so your team is working early mornings, late nights, and weekends to keep up. As a result, you’re worried about morale. Justifying the expense of a new hire can be difficult, but employee turnover is even more expensive. If you’re nodding yes, it’s time to be the hero and create a plan…. Read more »
The moment you’ve been waiting for is here. It’s time to interview candidates and get the help that your team desperately needs. You completed the first steps by clarifying the job description, setting the pay range, and selecting the interview questions. However, there is one more thing that needs refining—your sales pitch. Wait. A. Minute…. Read more »