5 Things Job Seekers Really Want in a Company Culture

To attract the best talent, your company culture needs to stand out. Job seekers want to work in environments they love, but they’re not finding what they’re looking for. In the race to attract the best talent, in a job seeker’s market, employers are focusing on the next best office perk. They’re scrambling to provide […]

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How Your Company’s Corporate Culture Can Help or Hurt Your Recruiting Efforts

There’s a reason companies like Google, Facebook, Pixar, REI, and Clif Bar attract talented, loyal employees: corporate culture. Google values employees’ ideas as a driver in the company’s development. Facebook allows staff to float from team to team. Pixar’s building has a central atrium to encourage collaboration between employees. REI takes workers on team-building hikes, […]

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March Madness: How to Keep Your Corporate Culture Productive

The craziest part of March Madness might be how many productivity hours and how much money your company could lose. You’ve worked hard to establish an attractive corporate culture, so you’re not crazy about the idea of cracking down on Internet usage just in March. You trust your employees, and that trust is part of […]

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Does Your Corporate Culture Spark Career Passion?

Most recruiters and hiring managers understand the importance of a top-notch corporate culture. After all, implementing a culture with great corporate values will make your company more attractive to the kind of job seekers you need to walk through your company’s front doors. These perks can range from nap rooms and unlimited vacations to free […]

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How Do I Video Interview…Recently Fired Job Seekers?

Every candidate comes with their own set of unique interviewing challenges. That’s why we’re tackling how to video interview different types of job seekers with this how to series. Today we’ll be talking about how to connect with a recently fired job seeker in the video interview. Is this job seeker all wrong for your […]

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