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4/20Has Workplace Stress Become Commonplace?-Stress in the workplace is far from a new concept, but an increasing number of employees believe it s necessary to be overworked to feel like they re doing a good job. Sixty-five percent of people are stressed about work, according to the 2015 Stress in America Survey, conducted by the American Psychological Association. Generally speaking, millennials... Read more »
4/18Is Your Company s Reputation Impacting the Quality of Your Candidates?-Building your dream team starts with attracting the talent you need to move your business forward. And the best talent is often the most elusive those passive candidates who in today s market, often have many options as to their next career step. Your employer brand is what shapes the perception of former, current and... Read more »
4/13Why Should You Work With a Recruiter?-It s time to face the truth finding a new job is hard work. Combing through an endless sea of job postings, trying to figure out what each employer wants in a candidate and hearing crickets after sending out dozens of resumes is exhausting. The good news is, you don t have to navigate your job... Read more »
4/11Is Technology Disrupting Your Workforce?-Today, it seems like a smartphone or similar mobile device is a necessity for everyone, from childhood on. But this dependency on the latest technology can pose a serious safety threat in an industrial workplace setting. As a responsible employer, you need to set technology usage rules to protect your employees from injury and your... Read more »
4/6Are You Lacking Required Skills?-You have big dreams for your career and you re ready to take the next step. Starting a job search is exciting, but it can quickly take a discouraging turn when you realize you don t have the required skills needed for the jobs you want. Applying anyway can be tempting, but it s just a waste... Read more »
4/4Four Situational Interview Questions to Ask Administrative Candidates-Situational interview questions provide more than just a synopsis of a candidate s job-related skills. When you ask the right questions, they provide insight into a prospective hire s personality, how they think, solve problems, handle conflict and naturally conduct themselves even under pressure. And that pretty much sums up some of the key traits you re... Read more »
3/28Why Do You Want the Job?-When applying for jobs, you have plenty of options. Hiring managers want to know exactly what interests you about their opening. At first glance, Why do you want the job? seems like a relatively simple question, but putting your reasons for applying into an impressive response can be more challenging than you realize. Despite its... Read more »
3/23Rapid Growth? Don t Let Anyone Fall Behind-If your company is experiencing an expanding client base and rapid growth as a result, it s a good problem to have but as you celebrate your success, don t lose sight of the very people who made it happen: your employees. Change even change for the better is never easy, and for some... Read more »
3/21What if the Best Candidate Rejects Your Offer?-Searching for the right person to fill an open position at your company is incredibly stressful and time-consuming, so finally finding your dream candidate feels amazing. What doesn t feel great is having that generous job offer rejected by your top choice. Unfortunately, this happens rather frequently, as the best and brightest candidates often receive multiple... Read more »
3/16Are Your New Hires Turning Over Quickly?-Did you know according to the most recent HR industry estimates, the average cost of a lost employee is 38 percent of their annual salary? And, since the average income in the United States is about $50,000 a year, this adds up to $19,000 per person or higher in top-level jobs. It s uncommon for... Read more »