Here Are the Off-the-Wall Interview Questions That Actually Work

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The standard job interview is often tedious and monotonous for both parties. Many job seekers are tired of moving from interview to interview, while hiring managers and interviewers often get bored after a while. But you can add some extra life to the next interview simply by asking some fun and exciting questions. As a… Read more »

Reduce Turnover With These Four Employee Retention Tips

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Employee turnover is a universal issue found in every industry, profession and niche. While it can be difficult to retain top talent, especially if you’re trying to fill monotonous or mundane roles, there are numerous tricks you can utilize to reduce overall turnover and bolster your retention numbers. 1. Provide Ongoing and Helpful Training Many… Read more »

4 Books New Leaders Should Read

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Are you starting off 2018 in a new managerial role? Maybe it’s your personal goal to receive that much-deserved promotion in the new year. Or perhaps you just want to prep yourself and impress your co-workers. In either case, take some time to read these four books. Not only will they make it easy to… Read more »

Our Four Best Recruitment Tips from 2017

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2017 has been a tremendous year for everyone here at Mega Force, and we hope you’ve enjoyed our advice and guidance so far. We’ll have much more coming after the new year and throughout 2018, but we wanted to take time to highlight some of the most popular and useful tips from the prior year…. Read more »

Poor Onboarding Leads to Poor Retention

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Manufacturers often suffer from above-average employee turnover and poor retention on a long-term basis. Some of this is simply a part of the innate nature of the manufacturing sector – short-term projects and special assignments often require new or temporary help that isn’t needed every single day. However, many of these issues can be minimized… Read more »

The Right Way to Talk About Disabilities in the Job Search

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The topic of disabled employees and job seekers is a touchy one to say the least. On one hand, it’s important to give everybody a fair shot at putting in an honest day’s work and earning a livable wage. Conversely, you can’t let the inefficiencies or disabilities of an individual worker affect the productivity of… Read more »

Artificial Intelligence in Recruiting – What Do We Know?

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Interest in artificial intelligence (AI) is growing, and some experts think it’s only a matter of time before we see a massive shift toward next-gen robotics and AI-driven systems. Some companies, particularly those that rely on information technology to complete their day-to-day operations, are already seeing an increased amount of AI integration across the board…. Read more »

The Skills Gap Exists – Here’s How to Overcome It

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If you’ve been a part of the workforce for an extended period of time – especially within the temporary sector – you’ve likely heard the term “skills gap” thrown around. It refers to the gap between the current needs of a company and the capabilities of their employees or candidates, and it’s a very real… Read more »

3 Tips to Increase Awareness of Your Company to Passive Job Candidates

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The most motivated and proactive job seekers will typically find your company on their own; the thrill of the hunt is ingrained in their very nature. However, this only represents a portion of the workforce. In order to have access to as many qualified recruits as possible, you’ll need to put in some extra effort… Read more »