How to Guarantee You’ll Always Hire the Right Light Industrial Worker

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Many hiring managers believe that the occasional bad hire is simply unavoidable. After all, you only have so much time to get to know a candidate, so it’s bound to happen, right? Actually, that’s not necessarily true. Sometimes, ending up with a less than ideal new hire has more to do with flaws in the… Read more »


Can You Ask Your Current Employer to be Your Job Reference?

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In many cases, there are certain questions you can almost guarantee a prospective employer is going to ask every job seeker. One of those circles around whether they can contact your current manager or company for a reference. While you can often anticipate being asked this question, that doesn’t make it easy to answer depending… Read more »


Why You Should Give Entry-Level Assembly Workers a Chance

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Finding entry-level workers can actually be one of the most frustrating tasks hiring managers have to handle. Often, you have very little information available when evaluating candidates, so it’s difficult to gauge who will actually be the best person for the position. You also know that you can’t hire just anyone and hope for the… Read more »


How to Turn Down the Perfect Job When It’s Not Perfect for You

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You’ve done it. Your resume was accepted, you nailed the interview, and you landed a job offer. The problem is, something about the job just isn’t right. Maybe it turned out to have different duties or responsibilities than you originally believed, or the pay, schedule, or location doesn’t meet your needs. Maybe you just have… Read more »


The Biggest Issues Facing HR this Year

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Recruiting is not a process that happens in a vacuum. In all likelihood, the same issues that make it hard for you to find, attract, and retain talent are the same issues your competitors are facing, as well as companies throughout IT. Considering how important talent is to your present and future success, it’s worthwhile… Read more »