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How to Improve Your Company Culture so You Stand Out to Candidates

Do you want to discover how to improve your company culture? It certainly wouldn’t hurt. According to a study by Robert Half, over a third of workers in the U.S. (35 percent) pass on a perfect job if the corporate culture isn’t a good fit. This makes total sense. After all, your company culture says …

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Create a Candidate Profile that Lands You the Perfect Recruit

  It’s easy to dismiss a candidate profile as unnecessary. After all, why do you need an idealized representation of your applicant, if you’re choosing from a limited pool anyway? The benefit of a candidate profile, however, goes beyond having a checklist that you tick whenever you assess a candidate. It’s the blueprint that maps …

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Three Common Recruitment Issues and the Best Ways to Solve Them

Different organizations face different recruitment issues, but some problems remain universal. These common concerns affect companies from different industries, across all levels of the organizational structure. They may seem simple, but the right solutions often require a revamp of the current recruitment process. It’s more than a question of having the right applicant tracking system software or …

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Recruiting Talent? Take Notes from These Three Companies

When job seekers apply for a position, the recruitment process is a no-brainer. They hand in their resume, show up in sleek attire, answer a set of questions from the interviewee, and wait for a call. It’s simple, fuss-free, and fills in vacancies easily. Some companies, however, are taking recruitment one step further and adding …

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I Know a Guy: How to Improve the Volume and Quality of Employee Referrals

If you want to get fast hires without spending a fortune on outsourcing and job ads, turn to your employees. According to a recent report by LinkedIn on the importance of job referrals, employee-referred candidates take about 29 days to hire. That’s a lot of time saved, compared with conventional methods like web and print …

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