Uncovering Ethical Standards in Interviews

You can’t run a successful company without ethical employees. However, getting job candidates to talk openly during an interview about their personal ethics and moral dilemmas can be tricky. Few people are comfortable with an honest or revealing discussion about ethics—and if they aren’t ethical, of course, they’re likely to lie about it. Best approaches […]

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You’re Hired – So Keep Hunting

This is why your job search doesn’t end with employment. It wasn’t so long ago that a typical career path looked like a gently rising curve. Many people graduated from college, got an entry-level position at a mid-sized or large company, and rose through the ranks to eventually retire from the same company as a […]

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How to Recruit Extraordinary Job Candidates

In the current job market, many believe that employers hold all the cards. The truth is, with so many potential job candidates seeking a limited number of positions, it’s more important than ever for businesses to snag the cream-of-the-crop, extraordinary candidates.  Here are some tips to help your company attract these top-notch job seekers. Let […]

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For many job seekers, the interview is the most nerve-wracking part of the hiring process. After all, interviewers are individuals, each looking for different things from candidates. This makes preparing for an interview somewhat unpredictable—because what interests one hiring manager may turn off another. Candidate Connections The good news is that experienced interviewers tend to […]

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Time-Honored Ways to Recruit Job Candidates

In light of the unstable economy, employers are finding that the candidate pool is not just abundant, but overflowing with potential job candidates. While this is good news for companies with positions to fill, it makes finding the right candidates a daunting task. Searching through resumes, contacting prospective employees, and checking references—all while worrying about […]

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Jazz Up Your Resume

It’s hard to sell yourself on a single piece of paper, especially when the largest chunk of copy reads like a dry checklist. The Employment History section of your resume is vital to the hiring process, so focus your efforts on making it as engaging and dynamic as possible. Make every word count The worst […]

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Found the right candidate? Now comes the money talk. The ideal person for your open position is sitting across from you. They’ve met your requirements and you’ve met theirs; the only thing left to discuss is salary. How do you offer them enough to entice them to sign on, without blowing your budget? Show them […]

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