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Minimizing Candidate Renegs During the Hiring and Onboarding Process
Candidates reneging on job offers or during the onboarding process can be a frustrating experience for any recruiter. In a talent-driven job market, it’s common for candidates to have more than one job offer to consider. It becomes a race against time to see which organization can offer the best career experience, compensation, and circumstances that secure the right employees.
10 Reasons to Be on Time at Work
Being punctual at work may not be something you’ve given much thought to, but it’s the foundation for building a successful career. All of your technical or job-specific skills will be in vain if your peers and superiors can’t trust you to show up on time and do the work. In fact, Simon Sinek once famously said that
Email Etiquette Principles - Why is it Important
Why is email etiquette important? Let's imagine you're hiring for a new role, and you’ve just received the email below.
How to Write a Statement of Interest the Best Way
Your life's goal is to work for Company A. Their brand, their product, their reputation—it's safe to say you're a fan. The only problem is that their careers page never highlights the role that matches your skills and experience. It's a bummer for sure, but don't fret.
How to Decide Between Two Job Offers: 10 Practical Tips
It’s arguably a good predicament to have. You’ve applied to many jobs, interviewed multiple times, and now find yourself with two legit job offers. Nice! But although this is a feel-good validation of everything you have to offer, a daunting choice lies ahead. How do you decide which job will be the best fit for you?
How to Fire an Employee
So… you've finally decided to let one of your employees go. Drafting the paperwork and corresponding with HR is the easy part, but knowing how to fire an employee is where things get complicated. In fact, it is one of the most challenging conversations to have in the workplace. However, it must be done, and it must be done with poise and tact. Not only should you keep your state law in mind, but you should also consider your former employee's wellbeing.