How to Make Your Temp Job Permanent

A Temp job gives you the opportunity to explore different career paths while also having a flexible schedule. For the employers, hiring employees temporarily creates an extended interview or audition for the potential employee, so being a temporary employee is a great way to showcase your skill set and the ways you are valuable to… Read more »

How to Make LinkedIn Work for You

There are tons of social media outlets that you can participate in, but in this day and age, it is particularly important to have a professional social media platform. This is one of the many steps in the process of creating your personal brand. LinkedIn is a professional social media website where you can connect… Read more »

Innovations in Staffing Recruiting

In order to hire top talent, it’s important to be up to date on the latest trends in recruiting. With the huge flux in resumes, it is really hard to separate the top talent. From tapping into your mobile platform to devising creative interview solutions, the staffing world is constantly updating its recruiting techniques. Here… Read more »

Constructive Criticism: Improve Your Feedback Skills

Giving constructive criticism is one of the most difficult aspects of being an employer but is one of the most important ways to keep your office running smoothly and efficiently. Providing constructive criticism can be tough, but being proactive about it can strengthen your communication skills as an employer and company. As one of the… Read more »

How to be an Efficient Recruiter

Recruiting and hiring is particularly important for small businesses. Unlike larger companies, who could have hundreds, even thousands, of employees, small business owners have a special challenge when it comes to hiring the right person for the job. Not only is it about hiring someone who will fit into your company’s team and the culture… Read more »

Hiring in a Hurry? Beware of These Mistakes

When a position becomes available within your company, it is often second nature to want to fill that position with a new hire as quickly as possible; this is especially true if the position has become vacant unexpectedly or a new project comes along with a tight deadline attached. While this is of course understandable,… Read more »

Keep Hiring Job Hoppers? This is What You Need to Do to Stop

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Stop Wishing for a Perfect Hiring Process: Here’s Why

A proven hiring process is one that works. While this statement is true, it is important to keep in mind that your company’s hiring process should be an ongoing work in progress. Just because your current process is successful does not mean you should rely on that process solely. What may seem “perfect” now will… Read more »

Be Decisive in Your Hiring Decisions to Snag the Best Candidates

It’s been a long, and at times, tiring recruiting process. You’ve put the necessary blood, sweat, and tears into finding the right candidates, interviewing them, selling the company, and negotiating the deal. Everything seems to be going smoothly as planned, until the candidate turns down the job offer. What happened? It can be discouraging, but… Read more »