Archive for July 2014

Where Will Your Recruiting Strategies Be One Year from Now?

The first bulletin boards and online job boards in the early 90s evolved into the career networks and aggregators we know and use today. The rise of social media and mobile technology is morphing job posting in myriad ways that employers and recruiters are adapting in their recruiting strategies. The history of job boards is…

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A Beginner’s Guide to Culture Fit

Companies with high turnover know how important it is to get the right candidates into the right positions. But it’s also important to know that those candidates will be happier, more productive, and more engaged if they also fit with the company culture.

A conservative mid-career accounting professional with a work history in the banking industry may not feel comfortable running the accounting department in a creative startup with a focus on innovation and change. A corporate group that values and expects teamwork and collaboration isn’t the best work environment for someone who likes and has a work history of working independently.

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3 Essential Qualities of Great Interviewers

Whether you’re a recruiter, hiring manager, or small business owner, you need to hire capable, self-motivated people. Recruiting is a process, and interviewing is a key part of the process. Think for a minute and name some of the best interviewers you know. Did your list include Barbara Walters, Oprah Winfrey, and Johnny Carson? Now…

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