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Can You Afford Unqualified Talent?

Posted by Brooke Lester on Aug 30, 2023 12:22 PM

The business environment continues to evolve following the global pandemic, making skilled-talent acquisition and cost-effective hiring difficult for many organizations. In a still-tight labor market, it’s no surprise that some 77% of employers report having difficulty filling open roles, according to Manpower. At the same time, however, hiring anyone willing to take a job at your company can backfire.

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Considerations for an Integration Contract-to-Hire Position

Posted by Brooke Lester on Jun 28, 2023 11:47 AM

When the economy is tight and companies are leery to commit to hiring new permanent employees, a contract-to-hire (C2H) arrangement is an excellent option. This type of arrangement benefits candidates during a recovery cycle and even during good times.

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Don’t Let AI Cost You an Interview

Posted by Dave Reyburn on May 10, 2023 8:00 AM

Last week, we received an application for our Customer Success Specialist position. At first glance, Alex’s (not their real name) application seemed super promising. Then we began to notice red flags that created doubt about the legitimacy of their resume.

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How Working with a Recruiter Can Enhance Your Job or Candidate Search

Posted by Kelly Nichols on Jan 5, 2023 8:30 AM

Has it been a long time since you have interviewed for a job? How do you prepare for an interview? If you're hiring, how do you find the most qualified candidates? These are great questions. If you’ve been in the same position for several years, things have changed since the last time you were in the market for a new job. Companies use different methods and styles and you need to be ready to adapt.

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EDI and B2B Resume Tips to Make You Stand Out

Posted by Brooke Lester on Jan 4, 2023 8:15 AM

While the labor market remains tight, with more job openings than seekers, rising inflation, soaring producer prices and a return to pre-pandemic unemployment levels are all good reasons for you to dust off and polish up that resume.

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