4 Ways You Can Stomp Out Gender Biases in Interviews

4 Ways You Can Stomp Out Gender Biases in Interviews

“Inherent biases exist.” As much as everyone hates to admit we often allow biases to dictate our decisions, Mary Pharris, Director of Business Development and Partnerships at Fairygodboss — a marketplace for professional women looking for jobs, career advice, and the inside scoop on companies — is right. No matter how hard we try to […]

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Improve Your Candidate Experience and Save Money at the Same Time

Improve Your Candidate Experience and Save Money at the Same Time

There’s good news and bad news. On one hand, your company is growing rapidly. On the other, you need to find top new talent. And trying to do that quickly can lead to enormous hiring costs. But what can you do? If you don’t spend the money, you risk losing top talent. And all around […]

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Why Scheduling Interviews Doesn’t Have to Derail Higher Education Hiring

Why Scheduling Interviews Doesn’t Have to Derail Higher Education Hiring

Scheduling interviews is naturally invasive to our schedules. Add 70 to 80 applicants, plus interviewers’ schedules to align, and you have a major disruption to workflow. Every year, the University of Wisconsin Law School (UW Law) ran into this exact issue.  With only 10 to 15 open positions, the high number of applicants was quickly […]

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Avoid These Job Interview Mistakes

Hiring Professionals: You Need To Avoid These Job Interview Mistakes

You take a look at your notes from the job interviews you conducted today. The first candidate couldn’t maintain good eye contact. The second one was overly fidgety. The third tended to ramble, and the fourth seemed uninformed about the company. In fact, you saw almost every basic job interview mistake. As an HR professional, […]

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