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Candidate Experience

How Much Should You Automate Your Hiring Process?

There’s been a lot of talk lately about the potential disruption that AI will bring to the workforce. Gartner predicts that AI will create 2.3 million jobs by 2020. This certainly seems to be true in the HR world as companies like ZipRecruiter use AI to match candidates with job openings.   If used correctly,

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Company Culture and Environment

Personality Type: Expressive | Social

The Expressive/Social Quadrant is also known as the “Expressive,” “Socializer,” “Sanguine,” or “Promoter” Quadrant. Essence: Promoting Fears: Boredom Under Pressure: Ridicules Traits and Characteristics of Interest: Promoting Networking Lecturing Teaching groups Debating Public relation handling Announcing Interested In These people tend to be interested in talking about their interests, having lots of friends, talking about problems, discussing their opinions, being

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Combining Human Soft Skills + Business Strategy to Increase Business Outcomes with David Meyerowitz.

In this episode we discuss how to add the human touch and soft skills, combining with a well-thought out business strategy to influence positive business outcomes.  David Meyerowitz is a strategy, business, and finance consultant, and the CEO of Select Strategy, who helps businesses realize greater capital and profit from implementing performance management practices.  If

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How To Find (And Hire) New College Grads

College graduation season is just around the corner, which means that there are hundreds of thousands of college students across the country all focused on one goal — finding a job. But, competition for this group is fierce, with unemployment for college graduates hovering around 2 percent. Having some young talent in your organization is

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Diversity

Personality Type: Controller | Assertive

The Controller / Assertive Personality Quadrant is one of the four quadrants that make up our behavioral preferences, why we behave the way we do, and who we are from a personality standpoint. The Controller/Assertive Quadrant is also known as the “Driver,” “Choleric,” or “Director” Quadrant. Essence: Commanding Fears: Failure Under Pressure: Confronts Traits and Characteristics of Interest: Leading people

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Candidate Selection Process Strategy

Can You Make a Candidate Take a Pre-Employment Assessment?

With unemployment hovering at 4 percent, it’s a candidate’s job market, which means there’s sometimes less incentive to participate in what some job seekers perceive as extra or unnecessary steps in the hiring process — like pre employment testing and other assessments related to making better hiring decisions. As a business owner or hiring manager,

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Company Culture and Environment

Why Personality Matters When Hiring.

Personality is a big factor in determining what makes someone successful in their position. Not only does our personality and behavioral preferences influence how successful we are in any given job, it often impacts our level of engagement and contribution in certain positions as well, especially when we are either a really good or really poor

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Company Culture and Environment

Company Culture Is the Key to Attracting Talent

Talented and motivated employees are the bedrock of any successful business; however, finding and, more importantly, retaining talented people has become harder than ever. There are a few reasons that can be attributed to this fact but a lack of talent is not one of them. In fact, the main reason behind it is the

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Candidate Selection Process Strategy

Is Your Workplace Ready for Gen Z?

A new generation of workers are beginning to reach offices. Born in 1997, Generation Z is graduating college and entering the workforce. Given the changes that arrived along with the Millennial Generation, who now make up the majority of the workforce, savvy business owners and managers are preparing themselves for what’s to come with this

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