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Company Culture and Environment

Personality Type: Supporter | Empathy

The Supporter/Empathy Quadrant is also known as the “Supporter,” “Amiable,” “Phlegmatic,” or “Relater” Quadrant. Essence: Pleasing Fears: Confrontation Under Pressure: Agrees Traits and Characteristics of Interest: Coaching and collaborating Listening Helping / Supporting Problem solving Interested In These people tend to be interested in pleasing and caring for others, reconciling differences, working out disagreements, smoothing people, supporting others, helping, consensus

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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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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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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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Why Do We Use Pre Employment Testing? One of the best ways to screen and assess candidates in your hiring process is through the use of pre-employment testing. It is estimated that 82% of employers use pre employment testing to assess their candidates in the hiring process, measuring critical candidate skills like competence, attitude, aptitude,

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Candidate Selection Process Strategy

Team Player for Hire: How to Find Collaborative Employees

Everyone wants to hire team players. Employees who demonstrate a high degree of emotional intelligence and demonstrate the ability to get along with well others are the glue that hold teams together, often helping to move them forward in challenging times as well. But assessing teamwork ability in potential employees can be tricky. Without the

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Company Culture and Environment

Offering Health Insurance to Your Employees: A Must or Not?

The Affordable Care Act requires companies who have more than 50 employees to offer health insurance. If you have fewer than 50, the choice is entirely up to you. Like most things in life, there are many factors to consider when deciding whether to offer health insurance to your employees. The decision can have some

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Company Culture and Environment

3 Performance Management Goals Your Team Will Actually Want to Complete

It’s the start of a new calendar year, and halfway through the fiscal year for some organizations, which means it’s time to think about performance management goals. Performance management is a process by which employees and their supervisor set professional goals to be completed in a set period of time. Goals are usually a mix

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