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Using Social to Help You Hire? Make Sure You’re Doing It Right.

Radyah Khan | May 20, 2016 12:29 pm

Last week, we (briefly) harped on the power of social media and handed out a couple of pointers on how to better your social presence to connect with talent. So we thought it only timely that in this week’s post, we talk a little bit about how employers are using social to help them hire […]

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8 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Hire Someone

Radyah Khan| March 30, 2016 4:30 am

You’ve just finished interviewing your last applicant and it’s time to start narrowing down your finalists. You’re leaning a little more toward number 3, but you’re still not quite sure. It’s time to compare notes in hopes of getting that “closer-to-a-100%” feeling. But how can you get there quicker? It’s simple. Ask yourself these 8 […]

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Why you absolutely must call every candidate back after an interview

Elizabeth Bromstein| March 3, 2016 8:14 pm

If you are not calling candidates back to let the know whether or not they got the job, you are doing far more damage to your company than you realize

Category: Hiring Advice, Human Resources, Management
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Somewhere between four and 100 words you should never use in your job posting

Elizabeth Bromstein| March 2, 2016 10:24 am

It can be a struggle to make a real impact with your job posting and cut through the cacophony to appeal to the real talent. And there are things employers and hiring managers do that make the situation worse for themselves. How you word your job posting matters – a lot.

Category: Hiring Advice, Human Resources, Recruitment Challenges
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Five employees who cost you money

Elizabeth Bromstein| March 1, 2016 8:25 pm

An effective employee makes you more money than you pay them. An ineffective employee costs you money. Here are five types of workers who negatively affect your bottom line, and tips on what you can do about them.

Category: Human Resources, Industry News & Insights, Management
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Five things interviewers should know before the job interview

Elizabeth Bromstein| February 17, 2016 1:33 pm

You expect candidates to do their research, but you know it works both ways, right?

Category: Hiring Advice, Human Resources
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Where and how candidates are evaluating you

Elizabeth Bromstein| February 17, 2016 1:15 pm

When researching a company, most candidates first skip social media channels for the careers page.

Category: Recruiting and Managing, Recruitment Challenges
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How to do PR for your company, actually get media coverage, and not annoy journalists

Elizabeth Bromstein| February 16, 2016 8:12 pm

Most organizations and their PR companies want to get media exposure but have no idea how to go about it, and make serious blunders in their attempts. Please read this and follow the advice. It will change everything.

Category: Industry News & Insights
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Four ways small business can compete with big business

Elizabeth Bromstein| February 12, 2016 1:11 pm

So, you’ve started a small business, or you’re planning on it. Good for you. Now comes the question of how to compete with the big guys.

Category: Industry News & Insights
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Canada’s top 25 highest-paid CEOs

Elizabeth Bromstein| February 3, 2016 3:39 pm

If you’re wondering how much more Canada’s richest guys make than you, here’s a handy-dandy list.

Category: Industry News & Insights, Management