How to Establish Personal Connections with Your Job Candidates

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As companies continue to rely more heavily on technology to increase the efficiency of their hiring processes, the process itself has become less personal. Text-based vacancy announcements, automated email replies to applications, and similar forms of communication aren’t ideal for building connections with candidates. In fact, they can make your organization seem like a faceless… Read more »


Get in the Right Mindset to Find a New Job in 2018!

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Whether you are planning on finding a new job by choice or out of necessity, being prepared can make a substantial difference in your level of success. While most job seekers focus on tangible preparations, like getting their resume and cover letter in order, your mindset also plays a large role in your search for… Read more »


The Way Great Leaders Set Employees Up for Success

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As a leader, it isn’t just your responsibility to make sure detailed plans and comprehensive policies are in place, but that your employees are set up for success. Often, the concept can feel a bit ambiguous, but it is completely attainable if you make the right moves and set the proper priorities. To help you… Read more »


2012 Was a Hot Year for U.S. Solar Installations

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The solar installation business absolutely sizzled in the U.S. this year – according to a new report from the Solar Energy Industries Association and GTM research, the final numbers on 2012’s solar installations are expected to increase nearly 75% from 2011. What’s powering this tremendous success – and will the outlook remain so bright? Renewable… Read more »


Winds of Change – The Global Wind Power Market for 2013 and Beyond

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The wind power industry is reaching maturity, signaled by the end of incubator-like protection and financial support from governments worldwide. As might be expected, the industry is predicted to face some bumps in the road in 2013 as it struggles to find its place independently in the global economy. Here’s a look at the progress… Read more »