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A sluggish economy makes many employees’ jobs tougher, as they are forced to take on more work with fewer resources. There is a misconception, however, that as the job market slows internal recruiters’ and hiring managers’ jobs get easier. After all, there aren’t as many positions to fill and there’s an influx of talent in…

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Maybe you’ve heard of the term “ghosting” – when you’re in communication with someone then without explanation, the communication suddenly stops. You’re left feeling confused, frustrated and sometimes, even angry. The term (and the practice) is commonly used in the world of dating, and is also carrying over to other aspects of life – including…

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Organizations often rely on contract employees to support their teams, and a great deal of work goes into each hire. Making the most of those relationships seems like a no brainer, but there are times when contract employees leave before the assignment ends. This costs the company time and money, and will likely put the…

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Your candidate may be perfect on paper (and even better on the phone). With the desired background, skills and experience, you’ve sourced a winner – or have you? If you are hiring a remote employee, you need to dig a little deeper to ensure you’re finding someone who is up for the unique challenges of…

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You could argue that culture fit is one of the most important factors when it comes to retaining talent. There is an old saying, “one bad apple can spoil the bunch” and we couldn’t agree more. Hiring the wrong fit can cost you time, morale and productivity as well as dollars. The challenge? Culture fit…

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