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Rejecting candidates without burning bridges

2019-04-05T09:31:39-04:00April 5th, 2019|Blog|

Recruiters reject more candidates than they hire.  Learning how to do it with grace will create a positive candidate experience. Candidates who feel they had a positive experience with your company regardless of the hiring outcome, are more likely to consider future job opportunities with your company. Reject candidates as soon as possible: By reaching [...]

Be curious when recruiting.

2019-03-14T10:08:34-04:00March 14th, 2019|Blog|

When recruiting, it’s necessary to get familiar with all aspects of the job description as well as the company you are recruiting for. This can turn the process into a learning opportunity and ultimately help you reach the goal of finding the right candidates. Learn about the company’s successes, their goals for the future, the [...]

Planning your interview from start to finish will allow you to maintain a professional relationship with a candidate.

2019-03-13T11:38:30-04:00March 13th, 2019|Blog|

Interview etiquette is a two-way street. As recruiters, we expect an interview to go a certain way and expect candidates to behave in a certain manner. We have various standards that we expect candidates to adhere to. These standards can include anything from posture and eye contact to tone of voice and proper speech. If [...]

Video Conferencing Like A Pro

2019-03-11T09:30:16-04:00March 11th, 2019|Blog|

Working from home is a modern-day luxury.  More companies than ever are finding ways to support their teams working from home, anywhere in the country and even anywhere in the world.  As a result, more people are joining meetings from their remote location often via video conferencing.  While video conferencing offers lots of benefits there [...]

Are we encouraging high performers?

2019-03-05T17:03:39-04:00March 5th, 2019|Blog|

High performers excel in human skills, something automation can’t duplicate. Seeking organizations that encourage and support their innovation, creativity and natural ability to think outside of the box; to push not just ahead, but to also push back. If a high performer finds themselves in a space where they feel stifled by hierarchy, bureaucracy or [...]