Help your friends. Get paid. It’s that simple!

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Do you know someone who dreads heading into work each and every day? We can help you, help them.  And you’ll get rewarded too! If you know someone currently looking for employment, or someone that might benefit from a change in scenery, let us know. Simply complete this short Refer a Friend form and we’ll get to… Read more »

What to Say to the Candidates Who Weren’t Chosen for the Job

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Once you’ve gone through the often exhaustive process of hiring a new employee, do you really have to contact the candidates who didn’t get chosen? Actually, yes, you should. Even if they didn’t get the job, they got close, and they probably wanted the job just as much (and sometimes more) than the candidate who… Read more »

Why Candidates Should Receive a Rejection Letter

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The long interview process has ended and you’ve finally chosen your candidate from among the many. Next step, onboarding the new hire and making the transition as seamless as possible–but what about the finalists you didn’t choose? Do you really need to do anything more with them? Yes. From a candidate’s perspective, they may have… Read more »

Good Workplace Habits That can Lead to a Promotion

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Been at your job long enough that you feel you’ve begun to outgrow it a bit and want more of a challenge? If you’re working at a place that allows for some upward mobility, answer another question: What have you done to get yourself mobile? In other words, what can you do to earn yourself… Read more »

Start Your New Year with a New Job

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It’s 2015, and one of your resolutions may well be to become employed, either after a stint of unemployment or in a new position. Either way, new methods to go along with that resolution will give you the momentum you need. The following tips and best practices for finding a job will help you enhance… Read more »

Have You Built a Talent Pipeline?

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While you may have all of your current hiring needs filled at the moment, there may come a time when, planned or unplanned, you need another quality employee. Someone may leave for a new position, another person may not work out the way you planned, someone else gets sick, business makes it so you need… Read more »