How to Successfully Onboard and Integrate New Remote Employees in a Remote World

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– by Beau Peters Beau Peters is a creative professional with a lifetime of experience in service and care. As a manager, he’s learned a slew of tricks of the trade that he enjoys sharing with others who have the same passion and dedication that he brings to his work.   Thanks to the pandemic,… read more

Why It’s A Good Idea To Hire People Who Have Lived Experiences

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– Stevie Nicks is the Digital Editor at Just Another Magazine – a website that covers the topics many care about. One will find articles about lifestyle, travel, fashion, trends and relationships – each of which is written in their unique style.    It cannot be understated how important making the right hiring decisions is… read more

Taco Bell to Throw 400 Socially Distanced Hiring Parties

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More than 400 Taco Bell restaurants across the country will be hosting hiring parties Tuesday, a festive program the Irvine, Calif.-based chain first tested in 2018 to attract more applicants. The event, now in its third year, has been modified to incorporate social-distancing protocols as the company looks to hire hundreds of employees for the… read more

How Employers Can Attract Gen Z Employees

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  – by Beau Peters Beau Peters is a creative professional with a lifetime of experience in service and care. As a manager, he’s learned a slew of tricks of the trade that he enjoys sharing with others who have the same passion and dedication that he brings to his work.   As a candidate… read more

Adjusting to New Places

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-by Isabella Caprario at Hire A Helper Adjusting to New Places: Exploring People’s Experiences With Moving to a New City America is becoming increasingly mobile and not just in the cellular sense. More than forty percent of the U.S. population lives in a state other than the one in which they were born, and they’ll likely… read more

THE IMPORTANCE OF GOOD ETIQUETTE

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-by Anna Kucirkova, for MastersInCommuncations.org The Importance of Good Etiquette- (original posting via Masters In Communications website) If you want to land a job, get into a good school, build a strong career, or maintain lasting personal relationships, it’s important to know how to have good etiquette. For many years Emily Post was the leading… read more

100+ icebreaker questions for interviews + beyond

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By Career Contessa Editores – Ladders The right icebreaker questions can be great for interviews. There are many illegal questions, make sure that you are not crossing dangerous boundaries. What was your first AOL screen name? “Networking with a group of strangers is so easy,” said (almost) nobody ever. In fact, finding commonalities with an entirely new group of… read more

5 Things a CV Won’t Tell You About a Candidate

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By Andrew Fennell – UndercoverRecruiter Most recruitment processes will start with potential candidates sending through their applications or CVs, and as a recruiter, it’s part of your role to screen the responses and pinpoint the most suitable applicants. However, you could be missing out on some great candidates if you’re focusing solely on a candidate’s… read more

The Lost Art and Logical Advantage of Handwritten Notes

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by: Heather Kaiser – Certified Professional Resume Writer, #JobSquad Member     So, you went on an interview for your dream job and you think it went pretty well. Now, you wait… for what feels like an eternity, to hear back from your interviewer on whether or not you actually got the job. A couple of… read more