The Tough Consequences of Making a Bad Hire

Extending a job offer after going through the expense and time-consuming legwork of advertising the job, narrowing applicants, conducting interviews and making your final decision can be a thrilling time. Sometimes, however, a candidate who looked good during the hiring process quickly makes it clear that they were not the right person for the job.… Read More »

How to Hire When Unemployment Is at an All-Time Low

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Low unemployment rates are a wonderful thing but can create problems for some organizations when it comes to recruiting new talent. In fact, it is increasingly more difficult for some organizations to hire new recruits due to the scarcity of candidates seeking jobs. By reconsidering hiring strategies and changing your mindset, however, you can attract… Read More »

Why Companies that Hire Veterans are More Successful

  When hiring candidates for open positions, companies should make a point of recruiting veterans. Hiring veterans maximizes a company’s chances of achieving greater success for many reasons. In fact, a recent report shows that some of the world’s top companies have made commitments to hiring veterans. One outstanding statistic: close to 25 percent of… Read More »

Why You Should Consider Hiring New Graduates

  Young workers bring enthusiasm to their first jobs, along with in-demand skills. If your company is hiring, consider new graduates who are just joining the workforce. Key reasons to hire new graduates include:   Social media savvy. Around 80 percent of Gen Z uses social media daily. New grads know how to use social… Read More »