How You Can Spot Weak Points in Your Hiring Initiatives

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Hiring initiatives can take a long time to come to fruition. It can take up to several months to fill a new position. In the meantime, productivity could be hurting.   Here are three potential questions to ask for a smooth hiring initiative.   1. Where are you looking for talent? If you’re looking for… Read more »

What Can You Expect From the New TEMPS Who Are Joining Your Team

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Temporary workers can be a great solution for multiple business needs. They can swing in to do the work when a valued employee leaves. They can augment your staffing during busy periods.   Not only that, but temps can provide a great way to see how people work and relate to existing staff. If they… Read more »

Five Ways to Get Your Resume to the Top of the Pile

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Sending in a resume for an open position is only part of the battle in getting an interview. Resumes often receive just a few seconds of attention. Resumes at the bottom of the pile may be passed over by busy human resources departments.   In fact, many organizations use automated systems that scan resumes for… Read more »

Are You Taking the Necessary Steps to Properly Perform Reference Checks?

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References checks are one of the most important parts of the hiring process. Through them, you can find out the strengths candidates have exhibited in the past. You can also be alerted to any problem areas in the past that might negatively impact their job performance in the future.   It can be tempting to… Read more »