5 Qualities Recruiters are Looking For During Every Interview

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Let’s face it, with hundreds of candidates applying for one job opening, meeting all the qualifications probably won’t be enough. You’ll need to stand out from the rest of the competition and catch the recruiter’s attention. While this makes a lot of sense, you still need to know what, besides qualifications, recruiters are looking for… Read more »

What Generation Z Wants From The Workforce

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Generation Z has just entered the workforce or, at any rate, will be doing so in the next few years. Born in the mid-1990s to the mid-2000s, this generation has been comfortable with technology from a young age. They interact on social media and are at home on the Internet. Some have suggested that Generation… Read more »

How to Get Millennials More Engaged

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How well do you really know what millennials are looking for at a job? Most “old school” hiring managers think of them as apathetic members of the team who want to eat sushi during meetings and take breaks to play ping pong. In fact, the internet is swirling with tips and tricks for managing, collaborating,… Read more »

How to Choose Between Two Job Offers You Really Want

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It might not happen often, but sometimes you’re fortunate enough to have two job offers from which to choose. It may sound like a nice problem to have, but it is a problem nonetheless — and usually not a simple one. So, how do you choose? First off, take a deep breath and promise yourself… Read more »

These Tips Will Get You Promoted After Only Several Months on the Job

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Suppose you’ve been at your job for ten months or so. That’s long enough to have been settled in and learned the basics (and beyond) of your new position. It’s enough time to feel comfortable and competent and to have abandoned that feeling of being the newbie who stands out like the proverbial sore thumb…. Read more »

Ask These Questions to Impress Your Interviewer

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The job interview is coming to a close, and the interviewer asks if you have any questions. It’s a mistake not to ask any. Doing so could be interpreted as being unprepared or indifferent — and that’s not how you want to be seen. This is your opportunity to find out if you will fit… Read more »

How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Recruiting

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is the concept of machines being able to complete tasks in a way that humans would consider “smart.” To some, it brings visions of robots ruling the planet with human slaves, but for now, the reality is much more benign. In the world of recruiting, AI is assisting hiring managers and recruiters… Read more »

Are You Scaring Off Candidates?

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Is your Human Resources department undermining your company’s efforts to find the most talented candidates? Although that may sound ridiculous, it does happen. Your HR people might be making decisions and taking actions that are causing highly-qualified applicants to turn down your company’s offers. These are experienced candidates who could add substantial value to your… Read more »

Our Advice for Job Hunting While You’re Still Employed

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You’re one of those unfortunate workers who has lost a job to a down economy or downsizing. Now you’re free to look for your next opportunity anywhere or anytime. So, you update your resume and start searching. That’s one scenario. Here’s an even more common one: You’re looking for another job while still working. There… Read more »

How to Coach Your Team Through Organizational Change

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Change happens in every organization. It’s usually necessary, often exciting, and always challenging. And the challenges are not confined to supervisors and managers. It can be a difficult situation for employees as well.  One of the most crucial decisions that you will make as a leader is to involve your employees in the change process…. Read more »