How to Maintain a Civil Company Culture During Election Season

As the presidential election heats up, everyone seems to be discussing hot topics framing our political discourse.  Unless you’re working in a political industry where people are used to this sort of talk though, it can be difficult to gauge how to keep these discussions civil to maintain a professional company culture. There’s no doubt […]

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Companies Use Video Interviewing More Than You Think

Has your company started implementing video interviews yet? If not, it seems as though you are part of the minority. In a recent survey put out by OfficeTeam, it was discovered that 63 percent of human resource managers use or have used video interviewing recently in the hiring process. That’s a pretty steep percentage if […]

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How to Properly Fire an Employee

When the job market is as rough as it is now, it’s inevitable that companies have downsized in order to keep their profits up. It’s a harsh reality, but certainly one that employers must face head on. It’s much more difficult to let an employee go for the sole reason of keeping the company’s finances […]

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How To Use Video Interviews To Hire Passive Candidates

Employers love passive candidates. In fact, as many as 58 percent of employers focus on passive candidates when filling open positions. These currently employed candidates can be a great addition to your company and will likely be able to hit the ground running once hired. The problem with passive candidates is how hard they are […]

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3 Things You Can Learn From Mark Zuckerberg On Hiring Developers

After watching The Social Network and seeing how Mark Zuckerberg chooses to operate, some may not want to follow in his path directly. That’s a warranted choice, but when you see how successful he was and how he built his company and site from the ground up, you might want to think twice about that. […]

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