4 Hiring Tips You Can Learn from the Marathon

The super storm that ravaged the east coast this past week has been an ongoing source of grief, stress and anger. Sandy tore through the northeast and has left hundreds of people out of their homes and waiting for assistance. Although it is certainly one of the minor setbacks the city had to face, the […]

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Video Interviews: The Not-So-Obvious Candidate Traits You Can Learn

When you are interviewing a candidate for an open position you are paying attention to many things. If you are a seasoned hiring manager or employer, you are looking at the candidate’s body language, listening to what they are saying, analyzing their answers and much more. Before you even meet them you are judging them […]

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Is Your Job Seeker Looking For a “Right Now” Job?

With the job market still in a sad, sluggish state, the number of workers that are displaced and unemployed is still too high for any kind of comfort. As a result you’ll see seasoned, overqualified job seekers seeking positions that seem more fitting for young adults or recent graduates. On top of that, you’ll be […]

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5 Interview Questions to Ask In One-Way Video Interviews

Screening candidates in the hiring process is not only time-consuming, it can get very tedious. If you are a hiring manager that is used to hiring day in and day out, then it’s likely you already have a routine you follow for the phone interview. You know what kind of information you want to gather […]

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Maximizing Your Job Description for the Best Candidates

Unless they have been keeping an eye out for your company and have wanted to work for you for quite some time, the first thing job seekers see about your company is the job description. You post jobs and with it always comes a description of what is expected from that position- at least it […]

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