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7 Common Hiring Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

    Here are 7 Common hiring mistakes and how to avoid them … Hiring is a difficult and time consuming task that employers have to maneuver to keep their business running at it’s best. However, there are things that companies can do reduce the pressure and difficulty of the hiring process.   Hiring too fast […]

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How to Manage a New Employee’s First Day

    How to Manage a New Employee’s First Day     How to manage a new employee’s first day  can be a daunting task if not planned for.  Being the new employee at a company can be overwhelming, so it is important for employers to plan ahead to make their new employee’s first day […]

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The 3 Ways to Maximize the Value of Breaks

Taking breaks throughout the work day actually increases productivity in the workplace by helping employees refocus their attention on the tasks at hand. Here are three ways to maximize the value of breaks to ensure increased productivity: 1.   Get Moving Sitting at a desk can get redundant, which allows you to lose focus of what […]

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Hiring Freelance Employees

There are many Advantages and Disadvantages to hiring freelance employees. Freelancing is becoming more common in the fast paced economy, with surveys showing freelancers made up 35% of the U.S. work force in 2016. With this increase in freelancing, stable, full-time employees are becoming less common, but it is important for employers to know the […]

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Top Ten Benefits of Using a Staffing Agency!

By Len Adams, CPC, CTS Companies who have recently received large contracts, urgent work, or seasonal needs have a choice to make: Do you take on the task of trying to quickly find people to fill the extra positions or do you hire a staffing agency to do it for you? Here are nine reasons […]

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How to Dress for Success in Job Interviews

By: Len Adams, CPC, CTS Job interviews are the first date of the business world, so it is important to dress for success in order to impress the interviewer with both appearance and knowledge. A good guideline to follow is when interviewing for a white collar or office job wear a suit and for those […]

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Five Tips for Organizing Meetings That Get the Job Done

By: Len Adams, CPC, CSP We have all been there: the meeting is scheduled to last thirty minutes, but the executive shows up late and the team will not start until they arrive, forty-five minutes later everything but the actual topic for the meeting has been discussed, and half the room is comprised of people […]

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EACC Insights: Will AI cause the Death of the Recruiting Industry?

By: Len Adams, CPC, CTS Originally printed in the European American Chamber of Commerce Newsletter There has been great hype recently about artificial intelligence and its application to the recruitment process. Much has been written about the potential for the recruitment function to be replaced by AI. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being touted as the […]

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Four Keys to Improving Employee Engagement

By Len Adams, CPC, CTS Your company is running and you have hired your team of employees now comes the next step: how do you keep you employees engaged and happy? First thing to know is what does it mean to be engaged? Engaged refers to employees who are active participants in the company and […]

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Is casting a broad net when recruiting more effective than a Targeted approach?

By: Len Adams, CPC, CTS The conventional wisdom of most organizations is that the more outlets they use to post open positions, the better the odds of identifying the “IDEAL” candidate(s). Many subscribe to the theory that “more is better”. As the owner and CEO of a company in the Search, Recruiting and Staffing space […]

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