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Is Your First Impression Hindering Your Hiring Chances?

May 6th, 2015

During the job search process, there are a number of instances to make an impression on your potential employer. With the cover letter and resume, e-mail correspondence or phone interview, your interactions provide a snapshot of what you will bring to the company. However, the biggest impression can be made during a job interview, which… Read More »

4 Hiring Mistakes to Avoid in 2014

March 26th, 2014

Recruiting Agencies in Redlands CA: Hiring Mistakes to Avoid Hiring mistakes: we’ve all made them. Sometimes we hire someone we just had a gut feeling would be perfect only to find that the person interviewed extremely well but didn’t fit in with our team. Or the person said she had a certain skill but didn’t… Read More »

Perform a Quality Interview Today

September 25th, 2013

Many articles talk about how nerve wracking an interview can be. What to say. When to say it. How to say it. What questions to ask. And those are just for interviewees. But the person doing the interviewing has it tough, too. The interview often is the main way a hiring manager learns about a… Read More »

Adaptive Skills Needed for Every Workplace

August 28th, 2013

In addition to having the technical skills necessary to do a job (which could be, for example – and depending on the position –  forklift experience, the ability to count, proficiency with MS Office, accounting skills, etc.), employers also are looking for critical and adaptive skills. Critical skills are skills such as: Having the ability… Read More »

Importance of Business Goals

June 26th, 2013

When you started your business, did you set goals? We’re not talking just financial goals; what about service offerings, employee retention and staffing, innovation, even when you plan to sell the business? All can be aspects of your business’ goals. But the real reason to set business goals is because there’s really no downside to… Read More »

Are You Prepared for the Multi-Generational Workplace?

June 12th, 2013

Did you know that there are five – count ‘em – generations now working in the workplace? They are: The Traditionalists. Those folks were born between 1922 and 1943. They make up about 12 percent of the workforce today. They lived through the Depression and may have served in World War II. They have a… Read More »

How to Find Your Next Great Recruiter

May 29th, 2013

There’s an art as well as a science to recruiting. The art: great recruiters know how to “read” people. They know how to get the little details that matter from a hiring manager in order to find out what the hiring manager truly needs and is looking for in a candidate. They know how to… Read More »

“Secret” Tools and Tips to Manage Your Social Media Recruiting

May 8th, 2013

Do you use social media to help you recruit candidates for your company? If so, do you find that it takes a lot of your time, time you sometimes feel is “wasted” because you feel you spend far too much of it recruiting via social media channels but end up with too few candidate “gems”… Read More »

How Social Media Can Improve Your Company’s Business Process Management

March 27th, 2013

Wish you could find out what trends and preferences your customers are following or looking for ahead of your competitors? Thinking you’d need to have a crystal ball to find these things out? Social media can be that crystal ball and provide you with real-time market data. Social media can help you manage your business… Read More »

Conducting a Successful Interview

March 20th, 2013

Think you know how to conduct an interview successfully? How are you sure? Read below for information on an interviewing technique known as the behavioral descriptive interview technique (BDI) to help you conduct interviews that will help you hire the right person for any position. BDI is an interviewing technique that helps you gauge a… Read More »