7 Strategies for Choosing Between Two Qualified Candidates

Recruitment is hefty work not just for recruiters, but for the hiring manager, the team, and the candidate! By the time the process nears its end, everyone involved is ready for a decision to be made – including you! The trouble is, there are two candidates who are just too right for this particular role, Read more »

Is Your Job Candidate a Leader? Here’s How to Tell

What makes a leader? Competence, experience and knowledge aside, the ideal team lead is probably a unique mix of several top qualities. While the following characteristics will ideally show themselves in all employees, leaders must have these in excess. When assessing an upcoming managerial candidate, keep the following list handy: A Leader Must Demonstrate… Honesty. Read more »

7 Tips to Help Prevent Management Burnout

Are your managers burnt out? You can identify burnout when an employee takes frequent, undefined days off, answers questions with disinterest, and seems generally less happy and productive. Below, we have compiled the top seven reasons managers burn out, plus tips for prevention: Unattainable Goals When managers are shooting for the moon with a project Read more »

What Does Your Social Presence Say to Candidates?

The public can (and will) interpret a great deal about your company from your presence and engagement on social media. Your Facebook updates, tweets, Instagram feed aesthetic, and even the Pins you re-pin can elicit a very architected (or unwanted) response from consumers, competitors, and even job seekers. A candidate who is considering applying for Read more »

Strategic Staffing: Your Candidate’s Elevator Pitch Says it All

Nearly every interview starts with it and it’s the one command under which candidates seem to falter – the dreaded “Tell me about yourself.” Why is it so difficult to summarize ourselves? Why do we feel so put on the spot by such a common and anticipated query? As you recruit for top talent, you Read more »

Generation Z: The Newest Workforce Resource

Generation Z, or those born between 1995 – 2012, will make up 20 percent of the workforce by 2020. This is why it is so important for companies to start establishing staffing strategies for Gen Z. In order to tap into this valuable new resource and prevent generation gaps in your team, utilize these expert Read more »

Is Giving Two Weeks’ Notice Necessary?

There is a notion that the standard two weeks’ notice is obsolete. This is most certainly NOT the case. Just because the business world is changing doesn’t mean every change is for the better. Giving your two weeks’ notice is not only the right thing to do; it’s the more lucrative option as well. Consider Read more »

Strategic Staffing: Improving Your Staffing Partnership

The best staffing providers can be a dynamic resource for companies and take a major load off of HR departments, IF utilized properly. If you feel as though your staffing partnership isn’t working out, try one of these strategic staffing solutions. Establish Clear Roles The easiest way to create an effective relationship is to establish Read more »

4 Morning Habits of Successful Employees

Your mornings set the tone for the rest of your day. So it’s no surprise that there is a correlation between success and a robust morning routine. The world’s leading innovators take advantage of the time when everyone else is groggy or still sleeping to seize the day from the start to set the tone Read more »

How to Maximize Your Performance Review Process

Performance reviews are a necessary process for every employer. However, this tedious and anxiety-inducing procedure could be much more efficient and effective for the majority of companies. Simply turning reviews into an opportunity to gain valuable insight and provide actionable feedback to your employees instead of an obligation allows you to instantly improve your performance Read more »