Juneteenth

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June 19th is Juneteenth. In honor of this day, we would like to share a little history of the day and why it is important. Juneteenth. America’s second Independence Day. A day of remembrance, a celebration of liberation. Juneteenth commemorates the day that all enslaved people were officially proclaimed free in the United States. This… Read more »

Black History Month

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With February coming to an end we wanted to take a moment to show appreciation for Carter G. Woodson who was an incredibly influential historian, scholar, educator, and publisher commonly referred to as the “Father of Black History.” Dr. Carter G. Woodson (1875-1950) dedicated his life to educating African Americans about the achievements and contributions… Read more »

The Top Signs of a Great Candidate Based on their LinkedIn Profile

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Were you aware that approximately 4 million workers left their companies in April of this year – and up to 95 percent of employees considered doing so – as part of what is now being referred to as “The Great Resignation?” While these statistics are staggering, look at this trend as an opportunity to pinpoint… Read more »

World Health Day Regaining Health and Economic Strength in 2021

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World Health Day has been celebrated each year since 1948 on April 7th. The World Health Organization promotes this celebration yearly to promote awareness of health concerns. If we learned anything in the last year is that most of us take our health for granted. Whether you are recovering from COVID-19, or managed to avoid it, you may wonder… Read more »

Talent Acquisition Data: Why It’s Essential to Recruiting

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As you advance your talent acquisition career, you’ll quickly fall behind unless you understand the importance of data-driven recruiting and how it enables the right decision-making. The recruitment process is a treasure trove of data. When mined carefully, it reveals critical information on how to hire, when to hire, how much to spend on hiring,… Read more »

Still Working from Home? How to Keep Work Separate from Your Personal Life

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Has your home become your workplace since the onset of the global pandemic? And who would have thought this scenario would still be in place after more than ten months? Keeping work separate from personal life has always been a challenge for many people, but this takes it to a whole new level. The perks… Read more »

4 Tips for Finding the Best Candidates While Recruiting Remotely

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Even before COVID-19, 4.7 million Americans were working from home. And after coronavirus was declared a pandemic, 88 percent of organizations worldwide made it mandatory or encouraged remote working.  When you’re recruiting for remote workers, the end goals are the same: to hire the best, most qualified person for the job and to make a spot-on… Read more »

Stay Healthy with National Handwashing Awareness Week

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Did you know the first week in December is National Handwashing Awareness Week? And, with COVID cases spiking around the country, keeping our hands clean is one of the best lines of defense. So, get your workplace involved and have everyone brush up on their handwashing knowledge. Why Handwashing Works When you wash your hands,… Read more »

Give Thanks to Your Employees at the End of a Challenging Year with These Ideas

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2020. What a year. Who knew, last year at this time – or even eight months ago – what it would look like? Nevertheless, here comes the holiday season and then the start of another 365 days. Regardless of where 2020 has taken your business, remember: your employees are your most valuable asset. So this… Read more »