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7 Hiring Tips for the New Year

Hiring is a big commitment to undertake, but you don't have to make it harder on yourself. Below, we walk through some tips and advice you should follow to have an effective and successful hiring process. Don't rely solely on online job postings Online job boards and sites are a great way to get your open position in front of a lot of people.


Answering the Question: Social Media and Recruitment

The average American spends approximately three hours a day on social media. In fact, you probably found your way to this blog through a link on your newsfeed. Besides being a source for entertainment and news, social media can be a great addition to your recruitment toolbelt.


7 Ways to Turn Your Staff Into an Employer Branding Machine

Utilizing your current team to find new employees is a widespread practice that has gained much credibility especially in the past few years. If you have great talent on your team, it's likely that they are connecting with other great talent; either as personal friends, university alumni or via professional industry networking.


The Top 7 Things on HR's To-do List for 2017 - #HR Bartender

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Why Job Branding Can Be as (or More) Important Than Employer Branding

I learned about the importance of the employee value proposition (EVP) for attracting people and improving on-the-job performance during my first job almost 50 years ago.