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Do This to Hire Better Applicants

Take the time to hire wisely.

While the urge may be to bring on candidates very quickly if you are in need to fill open positions, it is prudent to take the appropriate time to interview, assess and properly vet candidates to better ensure that you hire the right employees with the right skills.

How to Keep Millennials from Leaving Their Jobs

Millennials often seek a higher purpose when it comes to their work. When trying to keep Millennials happy, remind them of your company’s mission statement, and how they contribute and are crucial to the greater cause. They like to know they are of worth. Forty-nine percent of junior Millennials (or Millennials in graduate or junior positions) reported in a Deloitte survey that their personal values or morals were very influential in their decision-making at work.

Why You Should Revamp Your Resume Every Season

Labor Day weekend typically marks the end of summer and the beginning of the fall. But after you’re done barbecuing and relaxing over this first weekend of September, you’ll want to revisit something very important:… Read More »Why You Should Revamp Your Resume Every Season

The Importance of a Follow-Up Letter After an Interview

Did you know that September 1 is National Letter Writing Day? Richard Simpkin, an Australian photographer, started the holiday to celebrate the feeling of receiving a handwritten letter in the mail. And he’s right. There’s… Read More »The Importance of a Follow-Up Letter After an Interview

3 Things Employers Can Learn from the Opening Ceremonies

How to Make People Feel Welcomed. The idea of the Opening Games is to celebrate everyone’s talents and contributions, and that’s just what employers should do when they welcome prospective job candidates into their offices. After all, the prospective employees aren’t the only ones trying to impress; the prospective employers should be, too. The Olympics roll out the red carpet for their participants, so to speak, and so should firms when it comes to inspiring their contenders.

Four Signs You’re Ready to Hire

1. When you have to turn down work.

If you have to turn down work because you can’t fit another project into your schedule, it’s a good indicator that your business is ready for help.

If you’re growth is being inhibited by the hours in a day that you can work, then it’s time to start thinking about another employee so you can retain all available revenue.

Of course business owners want to earn more money, but some do not want the added work or complications that come with hiring someone new. Then the question becomes: can you afford not to hire someone to assist in growing your business?

Recruitment: Why December Really Matters

Because most firms don’t recruit during this period, it’s easy to follow the crowd and to also shut down your own recruiting effort. Strategically, however, that would be a huge mistake and a missed opportunity. The best time to recruit is when others are idle and when the candidates are most available and receptive. This is even truer if you are a lesser-known organization that has little success when you must recruit side-by-side against better-known competitors.

Desperate and Need Results? Try This

In most businesses, this is really what the boss or a client wants from us. Results.

I’m pretty sure that right at this very moment you have your nose at the grindstone and you are sincerely trying to achieve the results that are demanded by your boss or client.

These results may or may not even be realistically attainable. Whether or not it’s realistic, it may not be your choice to decide. You have to do your job and you have to do it now.