Top Tips For Shortlisting Candidates

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By Rob Scott-UndercoverRecruiter Shortlisting candidates is potentially the most important part of the recruitment process. With the majority of roles often having tens or even hundreds of applicants, ensuring that you’re selecting the most relevant candidates to go through to the next stage of the process is crucial to recruitment success. Robert Scott, Managing Director… read more

6 Common Contributors to Uncomfortably High Employee Turnover Rates

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By Manish Dudharejia – RecruitLoop Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Manish Dudharejia – Founder & CEO of E2M Solutions. His opinions are his own. Good talent is hard to find, and in some cases, it is even harder to keep. High turnover rates within a company can not only slow down the process of advancement and success,… read more

There’s an optimal time to give negative feedback

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By Leah Fessler – QZ.com Oh, the joys of being criticized. There’s nothing like being told you’re bad at something, especially when the dig comes from someone you respect. Some, including my former employer, harangue you into believing that every piece of feedback is a gift—no matter how badly it stings. These people are probably right…. read more

Build a Team that Loves Working Together

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By Mike Kaeding – LinkedIn I laughed so hard. In fact, I think this was the hardest I have laughed in a long time. Let me back up. Our company supports a non-profit organization called Stepping Stone Emergency Housing. They do incredible work helping the homeless get back on their feet and thrive in society. We are passionate… read more

The Questions You Need to be Asking in a Reference Check

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By MightyRecruiter-UndercoverRecruiter “Trust, but verify” is a time-tested and effective way to do business. That holds especially true with top candidates as they reach the stage of being cleared for hire. It’s the nature of the job market for candidates to cast themselves in the best possible light to the broadest group of potential employers…. read more

What Do CEOs Find Unexpectedly Hard?

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By Victor Lipman – Forbes Much is written about the numerous challenges CEOs face. But I haven’t seen much analyzing the differences CEOs face between expectations and reality. Which is why I took note when I recently came across a survey that thoughtfully examines CEO attitudes, “The CEO: A Personal Reflection,” from Egon Zehnder. The survey… read more

4 Reasons Why Candidates Have a Terrible Hiring Experience

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By Manish Dudharejia – RecruitLoop Brands today are heavily focused on the overarching experience that their business creates, and for good reason. A positive user experience has been proven to impact sales and customer loyalty, which is why many companies are making it their top marketing priority. However, one experience that is often overlooked is… read more

The Age of Employment Turnover

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By Ellen Gregory – ADP   Employers looking to reduce turnover could gain from better understanding the desires of employees at different stages of their careers. There is an intense struggle for talent among employers in America today. The dramatic shift in the labor market across the past decade has created an employee retention crisis…. read more

Technology in the Workplace: 5 Tips to Make the Right Decisions

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By Todd Wasserman – ADP Technology can have a profound impact on your organization — but it has to be the right technology. Technology in the workplace can transform an organization by making it more agile and efficient. Successful implementation of the right software can also enhance the role of HR and make it more… read more