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You may be leaving because you’re unhappy with your current management team. You may be leaving because you no longer feel challenged in your role. Or you may be leaving because life circumstances have changed for you. Whatever the reason, your current employer may ask you to participate in an exit interview to learn more…. Read more »

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There are millions of reasons that employees leave a company. It may be as simple as a change in life situation that takes them in a different direction. It may also have something to do with dissatisfaction or issues with management or coworkers. Have you experienced high levels of employee turnover? If so, do you… Read more »

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When you send your resume to a job posting, especially online, you can’t really guarantee that it will be read. However, there are things that will make it more likely to catch the eye of the recruiter and hiring manager. It is important to avoid the things that will send your resume directly to the… Read more »

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When you’re interviewing there are very few things you can know for certain about a candidate. For instance, how can you be sure that the candidate is truly interested in working with your company and competent in the skills they’ve claimed? It is easy to test for the latter, but employee loyalty is a very… Read more »

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Job interviews are not one way conversations in spite of popular belief. While the candidate does need to sell their skills to your company you also need to demonstrate why they want to take the job. If you want your top candidate to accept the job offer when you make it you must develop the… Read more »

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Hiring for skills is only part of the process when bringing on a new employee. You also need to ensure that they will be a good fit with your existing team and uphold your corporate values. So how do you go about finding a candidate who will be a good fit with your company culture?… Read more »

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Once you’ve posted a new job you’re likely to be inundated with resumes. Hundreds, if not thousands, will flood your inbox. It can be frustrating to review resumes that appear perfect only to find out some of the details are a little less than truthful. Even worse, is when you don’t discover this until someone… Read more »

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Did you know that your hiring process may be the only thing standing in the way of recruiting and keeping good candidates? If you are making the process far too difficult you may be missing out on today’s top IT talent. Taking too long to follow up, using poor interviewing techniques, and not providing the… Read more »

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Leadership is the backbone of a good working relationship at work. Of course you need competent employees and loyal customers, but a strong leader is the glue that holds that together. If you want your team to perform well you need to equip your management staff with the right tools.   Here are some ideas… Read more »

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For years, since recovery began after the recession, employees have been fighting an uphill battle against the phrase, “you’re overqualified.” Companies focused their energy on finding exactly the right candidate that checked all of the right boxes, and only those boxes. This left talented, qualified individuals in the unemployment line.   As the hiring manager… Read more »

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