How to Feel in Control of the Hiring Process

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How successful have your recent recruiting efforts been, and be honest? Have you been able to find and connect with the talent that you require? When you discover that elusive top professional, have you been able to attract them, or have they gone to work for your competition? Do you feel like you’re doing everything… Read more »


What Makes an Employee Leave a Great Company?

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If you’ve been diligent about building a great company culture and compensation plan, it can be particularly disheartening if a stellar employee decides to seek out opportunities elsewhere. However, the worker’s choice to make an exit might not be a reflection on the company, but on their direct manager. Even in the best of environments,… Read more »


The Easiest Way to Make a Great First Impression at a New Job

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Starting a new job is exciting, but heading into your workplace the first time can also be a nerve-racking experience. After all, you are going to meet a lot of new people and you probably want to make the best first impression possible with each and every one. Luckily, there is something you can do… Read more »


How to Negotiate Your Salary When You’re New to the Workforce

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When you are new to the workforce, the idea of negotiating your salary can be intimidating. It isn’t uncommon to question your worth or worry that requesting more money will lead a company to rescind their offer. Plus, the process can be somewhat uncomfortable, making younger professionals even more reluctant to attempt to negotiate. But,… Read more »


Should I Lie About My Compensation to Get a Better Offer?

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Most job seekers know that companies may adjust the salary they present in a job offer based on your previous compensation. If you weren’t well compensated in your last position, this might leave you wondering if your prior salary will harm your chances of landing a big paycheck. In some cases, candidates may be tempted… Read more »


How to Get Your Hiring Managers and Recruiters on the Same Page

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Ultimately, hiring managers and recruiters have the same goal: to find the ideal candidate for a vacant position. But, even if they are aiming for the same result, that doesn’t mean they both have the same kind person in mind. Often, hiring managers understand what skills and experiences are required to be successful in the… Read more »


3 Ways to Recruit the Best Tech Employee You’ve Ever Hired

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When you are preparing to hire a new tech employee, you want to make sure you select the best candidate possible. While information on their resumes and the details you gathered during the interviews can provide you with a solid starting point, they may not be enough to separate the suitable job seekers from those… Read more »


5 Ways to Get Your Job Posting to Stand Out

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Competition for top talent is fierce. That means you need to do everything in your power to stand out as an employer of choice, including when it comes to your job postings. Since it is currently a candidates’ market, many skilled professionals see scores of vacancy announcements discussing positions. And, if yours don’t catch their… Read more »


How is the Gig Economy Affecting Your Clients Perception of Price?

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The gig economy has affected the business world in a number of ways. While access to highly skilled professionals who are especially interested in short-term opportunities has been a boon on the hiring front, it has also shifted how clients view the pricing for various goods and services. Certain gig-oriented platforms have allowed companies to… Read more »


How to Expand Your Role Without Overstepping

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Whether you are generally satisfied with your role or are actively hoping to move on to bigger and brighter things, the idea of taking on new tasks can be enticing. This may allow you to get involved in a project of particular interest, expand your skill set, or simply work with coworkers whom you happen… Read more »