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Job interviews are not always the best way to determine if a candidate is right for the job. Hiring managers are often left not having the full picture of the candidate they need in order to make the most informed hiring decision. Prevent hires that don’t last with these four steps to conducting a more… Read more »

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The millennial generation, or those born ranging from the 1980s to the early 2000s, has a markedly different approach to their careers than previous generations – millennials typically leave jobs within two years on average, compared to five-to-seven-year averages for the previous generations. A major factor that has likely shaped millennials’ views on employer loyalty… Read more »

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Knowing your worth and being confident enough to effectively persuade hiring managers of your desired compensation is a skill that takes practice to perfect. Being too passive will leave you at risk of not making your case and being unsatisfied at the salary offer, while an overly aggressive approach can cost you a job or… Read more »

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Employees may work in order to bring home a paycheck and make a living, but it’s a myth that money is the main motivating factor behind a decision to accept or quit a job. The number one reason why good employees quit: Their managers. Approximately three-quarters of voluntary turnover is due in some part to… Read more »

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The product or service your business provides may earn you new customers, but the type of experience you give determines if they will be repeat customers. It’s not enough to fulfill their basic needs if you want them to feel loyal to you against your competition. If you make the overall customer experience such a… Read more »

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Happy employees certainly make for a pleasant work environment, but morale also affects your company’s overall performance. In fact, a 2015 University of Warwick found that happy workers were 12 percent more productive, and a 2013 Gallup study estimated that workers’ unhappiness cost US businesses at least $450 billion annually. Check out these reasons why happy employees… Read more »

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When your current work situation is making you feel bored or miserable, it can be challenging to remain objective and not make impulsive decisions. A change may very well be what you need, but is your dissatisfaction due to where you work or what you actually do? Determine if you need to simply change your… Read more »

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Hiring decisions can significantly impact the success of a company, but they tend not to be handled in the same strategic manner as other business decisions. These important choices are often left up to subjective judgment calls based on little concrete evidence. Take the guesswork out of hiring by following these key steps. Develop a… Read more »

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The role of the receptionist is often mistakenly considered something that anyone can take on; however, that is not the case. Receptionists carry a great deal of responsibility in handling the details that ensure organizations run smoothly, and serve as valuable team members. If you want to stand out to hiring managers, be sure to… Read more »

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Recruitment is all about making contacts, and while phone calls were once the standard method, more and more candidates prefer mobile options. It is estimated that 60 percent of job seekers use their mobile devices for job search purposes, according to 2015 findings from Social Talent. However, the good old-fashioned phone still has its place… Read more »

 

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