Five Best Practices for Writing Job Descriptions

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Looking for a specific type of candidate for your next job opening? Reel them in with a well-written job description. The hiring process, when efficiently carried out, can get you a pool of qualified candidates to choose from; a poorly constructed job description makes that same process drag out far longer than necessary. But good… Read more »

Why Company Culture Matters Around the Holidays

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The holidays can bring on stress in anyone, and that can manifest at work as well, leading to distraction and lessened work output. So from a management end, it’s important that you take notice of those parts of the workday that aren’t technically about work, but can influence your employees. In other words, make sure… Read more »

Three Types of Interviewers and How to Deal With Each One

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Remember in school how every time you changed English teachers, you had to handle a different set of expectations and rules? What worked for one person didn’t always work for another. The same idea applies with interviewers: Each one may be slightly different, and it benefits you if you can adjust to their styles and… Read more »

Interpreting Nonverbal Communication to Select the Best Candidate

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While the statistic ranges from 93 percent to 55 percent, the fact remains that a significant part of our communication has nothing to do with our words. Nonverbal communication makes up an important part of the message we send to others, either intentionally or unintentionally. And while most job seekers understand the basics of proper… Read more »