Ways to Make Your Onboarding Program More Fun

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In today’s competitive job market, acquiring quality talent is at a premium. So is keeping it. Luckily, what you do in your new hires’ first days with the company can set them up to be successful and keep them around for the long haul. In fact, a study by the Brandon Hall Group found that… Read more »

Lying on Your Resume – What Could Go Wrong?

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Whether you’ve found a listing for what looks like your dream job, or your job search has dragged on so long, you’re getting desperate, and there may come a point at which you’re tempted to juice up your resume with some “embellishments.” Perhaps you haven’t quite finished getting a degree, but you figure you were… Read more »

Improve Employee Engagement to Improve Retention

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Employee engagement and retention are two of the biggest challenges faced by today’s employers. Given the highly competitive job market, as well as an increasing desire for workplace freedom and flexibility from today’s progressive workforce, it can be difficult to keep top talent interested in their job and excited about your brand. There are a… Read more »

What Should Be in Your Post-Interview Thank-You Note

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Job seekers of today have a tendency of minimizing or underestimating the importance of a thank-you letter. More than just professional courtesy, a well-written thank-you letter will ensure that your name stays fresh on the interviewer’s mind, that your resume is being reviewed, and it might even increase your overall chances of landing that dream… Read more »

The Skills You’re Hiring for Should Be Changing

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A good hiring manager already knows what they are looking for in a recruit before they even begin interviewing new applicants. There was a time, not long ago, where workplace independence, career dedication and diligence were all that was needed in order to lead a successful career in the industry. While the desirability for these… Read more »