5 Recruiting Podcasts and 1 SeriusXM Show You Don’t Want to Miss

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Have you become a podcast fan yet? If not, it’s time to hop on board – especially as you build your career in the recruitment and HR industry. The number of podcast followers continues to grow. While about 15 percent of individuals reported that they listened to at least one podcast a month in 2014,… Read more »

Highlight These Recruitment Skills on Your Resume

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Employers are looking for the best of the best when they review candidates for their open recruiting positions. After all, these are the people who will be responsible for bringing other people into their company. So, the bar is naturally set very high – and with good reason.  As you craft or update your resume,… Read more »

Why Passion and Drive Will Take Your Career to the Next Level

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Passion is defined as “a strong and barely controllable emotion” or “an intense, driving or overmastering feeling or conviction.” Drive – and yes, the word “drive” is contained in the definition of passion – can be “a sustained offensive” (as in football, when a successful drive ends in a winning touchdown) or “an impelling, culturally… Read more »

How You Can Become Successful in High-Growth Hiring

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As your company anticipates upcoming growth, you need to hire people with the future in mind. In other words, recruit and build your team based on where you want to be, not where you are – and be sure to put the right people in the right places within your organization.   The secret to high-growth hiring success is… Read more »

Effectively Creating Job Ads for the Modern Workforce

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Now more than ever, it’s critical to look to the future as you plan your hiring strategy. When it comes to advertising your open positions, a key up-and-coming market is Generation Z candidates – those born between 1997 and 2012.   “What?!” you may ask. Most of these people are still in school!    And you would be… Read more »

Qualities of a Successful Recruiter: Communication

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“Communication – the human connection – is the key to personal and career success.”   This is one of those simple yet profound statements that should drive what you do every day. It is the words of the American media producer and writer George Meyer, who knew his stuff, as he found fame and success with… Read more »

Qualities of a Successful Recruiter: Adaptability

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The world of recruitment is changing faster than you can say, “talent management.” And, unless you change with it, things will quickly stagnate in your career. But by continually developing certain skills – adaptability foremost among them – you’ll hold a solid place on the fast track.  Like most of the best things in life, adaptability helps keep your personal life in line, as… Read more »

The Importance of Face-to-Face Networking

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Once upon a time, there was a world without email, social media, and texting. The brave souls of this time had to communicate with words directly with each other, whether in person or over the phone. The advancement of technology removed the necessity of this and made the world a better, more connected place.    We… Read more »

How Employee Recognition Can Help Boost Morale and Productivity in the Workplace

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As an employer, you’re always thinking of ways to develop a more positive and productive workplace. You understand retention is more effective than recruitment and that healthy company culture is a key component in those efforts. Taking the time for employee recognition makes your team feel appreciated and can lead to a more engaged and loyal team,… Read more »

10 Easy Ways to Remain Positive at Work

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Even when you love your job, there will be hard days. The key is finding ways to remain positive when it feels like everything is going wrong, or maybe just on a day when you wake up on the wrong side of the bed. Try these ten easy ways to make your days more positive at work.    1. … Read more »