How to Choose Among Multiple Candidates

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What a wonderfully complicated problem to have: You’ve gone through your rounds of interviews and you actually have several incredibly qualified candidates to choose from, each with good experience but bringing something slightly different to the table. As you sit looking at each of their resumes, you think to yourself, How on earth do I… Read more »

Baby Boomers and Millennials in the Workplace

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One group was born during World War II, the Korean War, and the start of the Vietnam Conflict. One group was born during the infancy of MTV and the personal computer. One group came into the workforce during a time when most employees started at one job and stayed there for the majority of their… Read more »

Do the Candidate’s Goals Align With Your Company? Four Questions to Ask

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As you interview candidates for a long-term position, you want to ensure that you hire someone who has clear long-term goals, preferably ones that align with your company’s. You don’t want to take the time to bring someone on who will simply use you as a jumping-off point, staying for a few months and then… Read more »