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The Generation Z Talent Pool

More and more Gen Zers are making their way into the talent pool with each passing year, but with each new generation of workers comes a shift in expectations when it comes to hiring. The first round of Generation Z talent is just now reaching their early 20’s and heading into the job market, so you need to be prepared. Here are a few of the changes you need to be prepared for: Read More

Communication – Business Building Relationships

Building strong working relationships both inside and out of your business does not happen overnight. In fact, it takes a concerted effort on your part to ensure that you are connecting with clients and co-workers in a meaningful way. Here are a few tips for encouraging positive communication in the workplace to enhance your business relationships. Read More

Top Global Trends in Recruiting: Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is on the rise, and now it has made its way into the global recruiting game. Interestingly, it has been adopted rapidly and many recruiters are thrilled with the results. Here are some of the biggest global recruiting trends that are being influenced by artificial intelligence.  Read More

Top Global Trends in Recruiting: Data

With more data comes a host of new business ideas. In fact, many companies are mining their employees for more data than ever before to help them understand how to keep their employees happy. This new trend is actually paying off for all parties and has taken shape in a few different ways.

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Is Your Interview Process Outdated? Breaking the Mold of Bad Interview Techniques

There has been a ton of discussion of late about whether or not job interviews are truly representative of a potential candidate’s skills and value to your company. Thousands of books, blogs and videos have been published coaching job seekers on how to best answer questions to land their dream jobs. As a result, companies often find that they are hiring candidates who interview well but don’t work out, while candidates who interview poorly may have had a better skill set. The only solution is to change the way we think about the interview process. Read More

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