April 25, 2017

Pro Tips to Get Your Resume Past Technology & Into Human Hands

Applying to big brandname companies can feel like throwing a pebble into an ocean. How can one stand out when so many people apply for the same job?  On average, every corporate job opening attracts 250 resumes, but only 4 to 6 of these people will be called for an interview. To stand out, candidates need to follow these tips in order to get past the candidate filtering software and in front of recruiters.

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Recruiting & Sourcing

April 24, 2017

Mission-Driven Companies: How to Build (and Hire for) One

Every successful company has a well-defined mission and vision that builds purpose into their day-to-day. A mission-driven culture not only embraces the company mission statement, it reinforces it in every decision made - from organizational strategy through to hiring and firing. Employees are looking for a sense of purpose. according to Deloitte’s Millennial Survey, 6 in 10 say that it’s the reason they are with their current employers. Want real engagement? Look past happy hours and ping pong tables – engage your people around a common purpose.

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Talent Management

April 18, 2017

How to Get New Hires to Hit the Ground Running: 10 Tips

While an organization cannot completely rid the chance of a bad hire, it’s onboarding that can make or break the success of a candidate. Often times, the strategy is simply, “Here is your desk, get to work,” along with the misconception that you should throw new employees in at the deep end. The new hire then struggles to stay afloat, keeping them from excelling in this new role. Given this stark reality, here are 10 ways you can help your new hires hit the ground running:

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Employee Onboarding

April 16, 2017

3 Keys to Building a Collaborative Relationship with Hiring Managers

The relationship between a recruiter and hiring manager is an interesting one. Both roles are a necessity to making a strategic and suitable hire, yet it’s not uncommon to struggle with finding the right balance when searching for talent.

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Recruiting & Sourcing

April 13, 2017

Best Practices for Creating an Employee Performance Review Program

Nowadays, the term “performance review” inspires chills in the spines of managers and executives alike. The practice has become a bit taboo as more and more reports express just how little they’re appreciated and even how they hinder the productivity and satisfaction of employees.

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Performance Management

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