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19 Apr
2018

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

5 Questions to Help You Prepare for Your First Job Interview

BY: OBBY CHILD Preparing for your first job interview can be a nerve-racking experience, but the best way to minimize your anxiety is to take the time to prepare before the interview. Research the company and the role, review your resume, and think about the questions you may be asked. In particular, you may want to practice your answers to the following five questions, as there is a very good chance you’ll face them: 1. Describe a Situation in Which You Had to Deal With a Difficult Client/Project/Coworker This is a classic example of a “behavior

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18 Apr
2018

Iffat Naeemi

Admin Assistant

To Establish a High-Trust Culture, Give Employees a Voice

BY: WAGGL  The word “culture” has many definitions, but within a business context it usually speaks to the connectedness between the people of an organization, the central mission of the organization, and how work is accomplished each day. Until very recently, culture was often marginalized. It was frequently viewed by the executive management team as a peripheral concern. If cultural problems arose, the assumption was they could be easily remedied with the occasional happy hour. Even within many HR departments, culture was only urgently prioritized if there was

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17 Apr
2018

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

5 Critical Types of Feedback Every Interview Process Should Contain

BY: JEANETTE MAISTER    Interviews are a crucial part of the hiring process, but if you’re not getting feedback to your hiring managers, candidates, and team members, you’re missing out. There are five basic types of feedback that should result from any interview. Here’s how to make the most of each: 1. Decision-Making Feedback From: Interviewer To: Hiring Team or Hiring Manager The interviewer isn’t the sole decision-maker in the hiring process, but it is their job to communicate how the interview went to the rest of th

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16 Apr
2018

Iffat Naeemi

Admin Assistant

Diversity, Fresh Interview Techniques, Data, and AI Rank Among Latest Recruiting Trends

BY: JASON MCDOWELL The world of recruiting has advanced way beyond handshakes, phone calls, and haggling over salaries. Today’s candidates want an end-to-end experience that carries into the onboarding process and beyond. As recruiters find themselves spending more time with each candidate, new technologies are springing up to handle the more mundane parts of the process. Meanwhile, employers demand recruiters attract diverse candidate pools and use the latest strategies and technologies to streamline the process and secure hires. If you’re a recruiter spinni

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15 Apr
2018

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

Looking for a Diverse Workplace? Employer Review Sites Are Key

BY: ANGELA COPELAND   Diversity is a key issue for many companies today, with LinkedIn reporting that more than half of organizations are “very” or “extremely” focused on diversity. This is good news, especially when you consider the World Economic Forum’s recent estimate that it will take 217 years for women to reach complete equality in pay and employment opportunities. One of the key tools available to job seekers today that they did not have years ago is the internet. Thanks to the internet, employment

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12 Apr
2018

Iffat Naeemi

Admin Assistant

How to Find a Recruiter With Integrity

BY: GERI DUNCOMBE  The practice of recruiting, too often, gets a bad name. Many candidates cringe and act as if they are trying to avoid the plague when they hear from a recruiter. Prospective and even current clients will duck calls and avoid emails. Why? Because many recruiters simply lack integrity. They try to push candidates into jobs that are not a good fit just to land a commission. This is no way to grow a strong, reputable recruiting brand, yet it is standard operating procedure for the less invested recruiter. As an unfortunate side effect of suc

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11 Apr
2018

Munish Sehli

Senior Search Consultant

Thoughts on Building a Proof-of-Concept Blockchain for Your Business

BY: (DON) CHUNSHEN LI   By now, you’ve probably heard more than you want to hear about blockchain. Aside from the exhaustion, however, you may be thinking to yourself, “Will this nascent technology disrupt my business one day? Could it in some way add considerable value to my company today?” Perhaps you’ve seen the early fruits of proof-of-concept (PoC) blockchain initiatives from some major corporations, such as IBM. Maybe you’re interested. Maybe you have even identified a good use case and are ready to contemplate a PoC initiative

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10 Apr
2018

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

Draw Inspiration From the Classroom to Build Your Company Culture

BY: PIYUSH PATEL  As a tenured professor before starting Digital-Tutors, I taught classes of various sizes. One common denominator, though, was that each class had a variety of students with different backgrounds. They were all in the same room, but each person had unique motivation for being there. The same is true for a company. Employees might walk through the same door each morning, but the reasons why they come to work each day are different. Every company gives its employees a basic paycheck. Few go further to truly meet the team’s needs by giving them a se

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09 Apr
2018

Iffat Naeemi

Admin Assistant

How to Create a Better Job Description in 3 Easy Steps

BY: WENDY SCHWARTZ  At the risk of giving away one of my well-kept secrets, I want to discuss the best ways to improve your results when it comes to posting ads for open jobs. As a third-party recruiter, I am often amazed by the candidates who apply for senior-level IT roles that have absolutely nothing to do with their actual backgrounds. Over the years, I have gotten resumes from sales clerks, administrative assistants, and even basket weavers. (Just kidding on that last one. Does anyone in North America even know how to weave a basket anymore?) Having gotten so many b

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08 Apr
2018

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

Building Technical Human Skills for an Automated Future

BY: PHILIPPE RIVERON The latest on the human vs. robot showdown of the century reveals that, by the end of the 2020s, automation may eliminate 20-25 percent of current jobs. Interestingly, employees aren’t all that worried about being replaced by robots. According to a new survey by The Workforce Institute, the majority of workers (64 percent) would welcome artificial intelligence (AI) if it simplified or automated time-consuming operational tasks, or at least helped to balance their workloads. What workers are worried about is their employers’ la

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