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Quick Take

April 23, 2014

Someone did me a favor yesterday... They told me what I was doing wrong. (Check out our library of White Papers and Special Reports here.)

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Food for Thought

April 23, 2014

I have never liked the term “employee engagement.” It seems like something HR folks came up with and keep trying to attach meaning to. The other day I heard an operations manager say he would r

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The Interview: Never take things at face value

April 23, 2014

If you’re committed to hiring only the best, be sure to probe for details. For instance, when you ask an applicant about their strengths and they tell you they’re extremely dependable, say: “Giv

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An Overlooked Recruiting Tool: Reference Checks

April 23, 2014

An Overlooked Recruiting Tool: Reference Checks

When you call an applicant’s former boss or co-workers to check references, you can turn this into a recruiting opportunity by directing the conversation along these lines: “Thanks for taking m

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Why you should call the applicant’s co-workers:

April 23, 2014

If you’re looking for team players, who better to ask than their current and former teammates? Why? Because: They can tell you what the person is like to work with (rather than to supervise).

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Tips for keeping young employees engaged and on-board

April 23, 2014

Here’s a few ideas about how you might get their parents’ help: Put their parents on the company newsletter distribution list. If the employee is doing a great job, send a note to the parent

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Are you taking advantage of anticipation?

April 23, 2014

Put yourself in the role of a new hire. You are going to start a new job in a week or two and, while the anticipation builds, you wonder about all kinds of things and think of a lot of questions. A

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Uncommon Common Sense

Certified Speaking Professional Mel Kleiman shares the common sense questions you need to ask yourself before you hire anyone.
 
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