Posts Tagged ‘HR’

Top 10 Ways to Super Charge and Optimize Your Job Postings

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[imageframe lightbox=”no” style_type=”none” bordercolor=”” bordersize=”0px” stylecolor=”” align=”right” animation_type=”0″ animation_direction=”down” animation_speed=”0.1″ class=”” id=””][/imageframe] Trying to hire? In 2015, the chances are that your candidates will type a job title into a search engine. This is why it is important to optimize your job postings and keep them highly visible. If candidates can’t find your postings, you…

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7 Ways an Aging Workforce Will Affect HR

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The number of employees working into their senior years continues to grow for a variety of reasons, with financial need, the failure of private pension plans, and lack of sufficient health benefits being among the most prominent. Older workers typically bring many vital assets to the table, such as solid life experience, better attitudes, work…

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10 Recruitment Techniques for Post-Recession War for Talent

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As the economy begins to mend itself, we are already beginning to see a slow growth in the formation of new jobs. History shows that for every recession, a rapid period of growth follows shortly thereafter. If you are among the lucky HR professionals to have survived “The Great Recession”, now would be a good…

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The Passive Job Seeker Is Golden

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Especially in today’s economic environment, employers are becoming increasingly “choosy” with regard to whom they hire… and rightfully so. With the unemployment rate reaching highs that we have not seen in decades, more and more job seekers have resorted to “fabricated enthusiasm” in hopes of impressing recruiters. These candidates are willing to settle for a…

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