Monthly Archives: March 2014

Heading for a Networking Event? 5 Tips to Make it a Success

Networking events are the ultimate place to make new business connections. These functions give you the chance to meet people you may not otherwise have the opportunity to cross paths with, who may be able to assist in your job search. While networking events are a great way to expand your list of contacts, it’s…
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Hiring Costs Growing Out of Hand? How to Get Them Under Control

Your employees are your greatest asset, so when it comes to adding new members to the team it’s understandable that you don’t want to spare any expenses. However, there is such a thing as spending too much money on hiring costs. It’s important to create an efficient hiring process that allows you to find the…
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Should You Hire Local? Or Bring in Outside Talent?

Hiring decisions are rarely easy ─ especially when trying to decide between local candidates and those currently living outside the area. However, there’s a good chance you’ll find yourself in this position the next time your company is recruiting for an open position. The number of candidates competing for jobs has caused many to apply…
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LinkedIn: How Much Work History Should You Share?

By now you already know the importance of creating a high-quality LinkedIn profile. However, going about this process can be a bit of a challenge. This profile is your chance to show companies what you have to offer, so putting your best foot forward is essential. Deciding how much work history to include in your…
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