Hiring Entry Level Candidates? Here’s How to Screen Them

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Graduation is just around the corner and soon enough, you’ll have many entry-level candidates knocking on your door. They’ll bring with them a fresh perspective and plenty of enthusiasm. However, when it comes to actually hiring them, it can be a challenge since there’s often no track record or experience to assess. So how can… Read more »

Online Employer Reviews: How to Read Them & What You Can Learn

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When you’re searching for a new job, one of the most challenging aspects is to evaluate each employer for fit. How can you tell if a company is the right place for you without actually working there? One way is through reading online reviews. But these often must be taken with a grain a salt…. Read more »

Ask These Questions to Impress the Hiring Manager in an Interview

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When the interviewer asks, “Do you have any questions for me?,” it’s more than just a polite end to the interview. This is your opportunity to a) get clarification on any details that are important for you to know and b) impress the hiring manager with your insightful questions. So how can you balance both… Read more »

Five Ways Body Language Can Help You Ace Your Next Interview

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Getting a job in today’s economy is tough. The dwindling recession is still characterized by unusually high levels of unemployment, which makes it harder than ever for the unemployed to get back on their feet and back into the workforce. There are too many people competing for too few positions resulting in a job search… Read more »