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5 Things Every Great HR Manager Knows

An HR manager is hired to be a leader in a department responsible for both the organization and the employees in it. This is a big responsibility ...
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Today’s HR Training Isn't Up to Par With Evolving HR Roles

Human Resources has the unique position and opportunity to influence every employee and touch every department at each level while overseeing organizational initiatives. As the role of HR continues to evolve, it has posed the question about training for the individuals in these versatile roles.
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Your 2017 Picks: Workforce Planning, Hiring Manager Communications and Cost Per Hire Equations

We’re halfway through the year, and here at ClearCompany, we really love creating content about how to make talent acquisition, performance management, onboarding and goal setting better for companies. In 2017, we’ve introduced new features, built out toolkits for HR Professionals that have been downloaded thousands of times and created presentations to help recruiters, managers and CHROs everywhere build their processes internally to the delight of their employees. 
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5 Proven Strategies to Increase Candidate Flow

Truly successful recruiters all have one thing in common: They think differently. To gain a competitive edge in recruiting, thinking outside the box is a necessity: 31% of recruiters say their number one obstacle is a shortage of candidates.
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Competitive Salary is Still Important to Graduates

Don’t kid yourself; salary level is still vital when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent. If you don’t offer competitive pay, you could be swiftly putting yourself out of business.
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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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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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