How do You Use This Type of Intelligence?

Artificial Intelligence and Recruiting Most, if not all, hiring managers and recruiters have been faced with this picture: an endless amount of resumes submitted via email, job boards, or a corporate website and limited time to tackle them in between working on other assignments/duties. Depending on the size of the company and where the job…
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The Most Valuable Type of Employee

The Most Valuable Type of Employee No matter what industry you work in or position you have open, hiring a "360-degree" individual will never steer you wrong. This type of employee is an asset because they move in every direction; they're aware of not only what's happening in their role, but in the roles around…
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How Do you Write Business Emails?

  How Do you Write Business Emails? 205.6 billion – according to Inc.com, that's how many emails get sent per day, with 112.5 billion being business related. So what does this mean? It means that with all the emails cluttering boxes and getting scanned over, you want to make sure that yours get read and…
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Communication: An Invaluable Skill

Communication: An Invaluable Skill We live in an era where communication is one of the most marketable skills around and having less than impressive communication can cost you, whether it be a job, a relationship, or a business deal. Better communicators are essential for any business; they become better leaders, build better teams, and create…
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How multiple offers may hurt you – permanently!

Multiple Job Offers If your skills are in demand, we're back to the employment cycle that may afford you an opportunity to receive multiple employment offers from competing companies. Congratulations! or maybe my condolences - depending on how you handle the situation. If you're collecting all your offers in writing before you've made a decision,…
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How’s the Job Market in 2013 ?

How’s the Job Market in 2013 ? The job market continues its swing from being client-driven to one that is dominated by candidate demand. Although 9%+ unemployment sounds high, the skilled experienced talent between 30 -45 is at a major shortage and it is becoming more evident that companies looking to hire are facing hugely…
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Making a Counteroffer Successfully

How a hiring manager should present a counteroffer to an employee for successful results. Examining why employees really give notice to their company and the different elements to consider before making a counteroffer. IT Services and Talent Partners disclose 15 years of data on employment counteroffers.

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How’s the Job Market in 2012?

How’s the Job Market in 2012? Although what you’re about to read here may be contradictory to what you currently read in the news, keep in mind the recruiting sector is a leading indicator of the markets where payroll and unemployment numbers reported are both lagging indicators and have too many matrixed inaccuracies to discuss…
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