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HR Best Practice: Recruitment And Selection

HR Best Practice: Recruitment and Selection

Did you know that many managers have never received any formal training in recruitment? In most organizations, it’s usually the HR professionals who have obtained the official training. Since not every organization has the benefit of formalized HR support, what…

News No One Wants To Hear: Regretting Candidates

News No One Wants to Hear: Regretting Candidates

“Hi John, thank you for your interest in a position with ABC company.  Although your background is impressive and we enjoyed our time meeting with you, upon further review, we were unable to select you as an ideal fit for the…

Leveraging Social Media: Tips For Job Seekers

Leveraging Social Media: Tips for Job Seekers

Are you engaged in the social side of job searching? We don’t mean networking events and knocking on businesses doors, though that’s important! We are referring to your social media networks. Employers are looking to social media to get a…

Keeping Your New Hires Happy

Keeping Your New Hires Happy

When’s the last time you started a new job? It may have been a while since you’ve been the newbie in an organization, and it’s easy to forget what that feels like. If you’ve been in your current position for…

Pipelines We Can Stand Behind

Pipelines We Can Stand Behind

One of the biggest mistakes employers make is waiting until they desperately need to fill a position before they look for candidates. Recruitment is often seen as a one-time project, with a clear beginning and end: An employee leaves or…

Compensation – When Is It Okay To Ask?

Compensation – When is it Okay to Ask?

By now, you’ve likely heard about the controversy that arose when a SkipTheDishes HR representative cancelled a candidate’s interview after she asked about wages and benefits. The talent acquisition coordinator who had conducted the preliminary interview called off an already-scheduled…

Onboarding Checklist: Set Them Up For Success

Onboarding Checklist: Set Them Up For Success

With the new calendar year well underway, many employers are looking ahead and thinking about what is coming down the pipeline. For most organizations, the new year brings a fresh start, with new projects, new initiatives, and new team members.…

Employee Referral Programs – For More Effective Recruiting

Employee Referral Programs – For More Effective Recruiting

With many Baby Boomers retiring, and relatively low unemployment rates all over BC, there’s a lot of competition for qualified applicants. Combine that with high candidate expectations and millennials who aren’t willing to settle for just any job, and employers…

Insider Secrets: Tips To Getting An Interview

Insider Secrets: Tips to Getting an Interview

As employers and people managers, most of us have been involved with working to hire the perfect fit as we grow our teams. But we’ve all experienced the other side of recruitment too. At one time or another, we’ve all…

Interview Checklist: Tips To A Strong First Impression

Interview Checklist: Tips to a Strong First Impression

Congratulations! You’ve made it past the application process, your resume impressed the recruiters and hiring managers, you have successfully navigated the dreaded phone interview. And now, the final hurdle – the in-person interview. You’re one step closer to landing your…

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