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When you ask questions during an interview, you show your interest and curiosity and it shows respect that you did your homework before the meeting. The right questions in an interview can further your candidacy, demonstrate your qualifications, give you an edge over the competition, help you determine if it’s the right culture fit, and generate a positive rapport with the interview according to a recent article on PR Daily.
Fifty-three percent of all resumes contain inaccurate information. Thirty-four percent contain outright lies.
If you have ever embellished experience on your resume, you can appreciate the fact that people aren’t 100 percent honest when summarizing their own skills and expertise.
Organizations are continually adapting their recruitment practices to reach the appropriate demographic.
Generation C, the Generation Human Resource Executive Online calls the “connected” generation, is a group so connected, both socially and technologically, they bring real value to the organization for which they work.
It’s no secret good talent is one of your company’s biggest assets.
In Hire the Best Candidate, the One You Can’t Afford, founder and CEO Frank Addante shares lessons based on his experience.
In How to Hire The Right Accounting and Finance Candidate, we suggested the benefits of the group interview as something to consider because it is less expensive for organizations.
The one-on-one interview process involves far more man hours in your organization and escalates if you are screening a large volume of candidates. While there are great cost benefits to the group interview process, it comes with a few caveats…
The recruiting environment is changing and hiring trends are looking good for the rest of the year.
A recent survey — the 2012 Allied Workforce Mobility Survey — captured the voices of 500 HR professionals and shows a busy near future for hiring.
It is true employers in the U.S. are seeking to fill more jobs. In fact, there is continued hiring activity in accounting, finance, and information technology. Furthermore, we see hiring being active broadly — across industries and company size.
Two-thirds of the HR professionals reported they have “extensive” or “moderate” plans for hiring in 2012.
When looking to expand your financial or accounting team, hiring someone comes down to time and money. If you don’t have the time but you have the money, recruiters are a great way to help fill positions.
Beyond that, there are five solid reasons to work with a specialized recruiting agency.
Jim Collins, the author of "Good to Great," has said many companies think a cunning strategy or great performance will attract the right applicants, but he believes that's backwards. In his words, people must come first. And not just anyone the right people.
Good Managers Means Higher RetentionYour company is experiencing high turnover. You’ve reviewed the job responsibilities and expectations of each employee. You’ve examined the culture. But you’re still not sure why people are leaving. It might be time to take a look at your managers.
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