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9/21Should You Hire a Candidate Lacking Experience?-When hiring a new employee, it s easy to get caught up searching for someone who checks all your boxes; however, that person rarely exists. Instead, it s best to focus on finding a candidate who perfectly fits your company culture and mold them into your ideal staffer from there. Personality traits rarely change, but a candidate... Read more »
9/19Is Technology Distraction Putting your Workforce at Risk?-Business today is regularly conducted through smartphones, as a necessary tool for workers to communicate and access information. The topic is timely, as this year the iPhone is celebrating its tenth anniversary. Both personally and professionally, you probably wonder what you did without it. But, do the distractions of technology threaten safety and well-being in... Read more »
9/14How to Discuss a Difficult Co-Worker During an Interview -In a perfect world, employees would always see eye-to-eye, but interviewers know it doesn t work that way. Personality clashes and differences in opinion happen every day at every office, so hiring managers want to know how you handle these situations. If you try to pretend you ve never dealt with a difficult co-worker, they ll see right... Read more »
9/12Is a Candidate Likable?-As an employer, the qualities you want in a new hire likely include job-related and technical skills, emotional intelligence and the right education and experience. And these are key requirements, of course. But one of the traits you truly need in each of your staff members is likability. In short, you need people who communicate... Read more »
9/7How to WOW When an Interviewer Asks You About Yourself-Pretty much an interview standard, managers rarely miss the opportunity to ask the Tell me about yourself question. Typically the first item on the list, this is your chance to sell your overall fit for the job in approximately two minutes time. It s hard to give a great response to this question off the cuff,... Read more »
9/5How Can You Make Your Workforce More Productive?-Research supports a premise that really shouldn t surprise anyone: Happier employees are more productive employees. A recent example is a study done by the Social Marketing Foundation and the University of Warwick s Centre for Competitive Advantage in a Global Economy. It showed that productivity increased by an average of 12 percent, and as much as... Read more »
8/30Stand out From Other Job Seekers at a Career Fair-Attending a career fair is a great way to meet several employers at once, but remember, the hundreds of other attendees have the same goal. By the end of the day, it s inevitable that many job seekers will blend together in recruiters minds, so make yourself memorable. Use these five tips to position yourself as... Read more »
8/24Boost Your Light Industrial Company s Bottom Line-When your company has a need for additional support due to changes in production, seasonal work or staff shortages, hiring temporary employees can be the ideal solution. They will provide you with the flexibility, skills and convenience you need to make seamless transitions without interfering with your business progress. The Benefits of Temporary Employees Evaluate... Read more »
8/22Three Red Flags to Watch for During an Interview-It s exciting to narrow a huge stack of job applications down to a few promising candidates. Going into the interview phase, you probably have your eye on a few top contenders, but don t let their flashy resumes cloud your judgment. In the moment, certain things might not seem like a big deal, but they hold... Read more »
8/17Interviewing a Candidate for Leadership Skills-Leadership potential is the baseline from which everyone should be judged including every candidate you assess as a potential new hire. Leadership influences the culture of your organization and determines the ultimate success or failure of your business. Pillars of Leadership Dave R. Palmer is the author of a book entitled George Washington and... Read more »