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Why The Candidate Experience Matters

Now, more than ever, companies are having to compete for that ‘All Star’ candidate. The “purple squirrel” you’ve been chasing for what feels like forever. Much like the housing market in 2003, candidates are receiving multiple career offers, so what is going to set you apart from the rest? Sure, money could be one, but […]

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Millennials: The Next Generation of Candidates

The emerging workforce in the next several years will be from those recent and soon-to-be graduates so identified as the Millennials. With more young adults going to college, the volume of qualified candidates in varying industries has increased and will continue to do so. Especially here in Southern California, however, dependent upon what industry these […]

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7 Steps to Measuring Pre- and Post-Hire Quality

Measuring quality within a company can come from different methods and training, but evaluating the quality of a new or existing hire is often a difficult and time consuming task for companies. No matter the industry–professional or administrative services, technology, medical, accounting, science and engineering–determining ways to improve production and output through employees can be […]

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9 Ways To Shine In A Group Interview

Companies in Orange County, Los Angeles and the surrounding counties often adopt the fast pace lifestyle of their residents. A job posting opens and the race is on to find the most qualified and talented candidate in the region. Resumes are uploaded, phone interviews conducted, and then the in-person interview comes around and candidates start […]

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Not Recruiting Overqualified Candidates? Here’s Why You Should Be.

When HR departments and hiring committees look to recruit new employees it sometimes seems that there are not enough qualified candidates, or too many overqualified candidates. For years the thought of hiring an overqualified candidate was taboo as they could quickly find the job was “beneath them” and leave. However, with the growing pool of […]

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12 Ways to put the HUMAN back in Human resources… and to make your job much easier.

In seeing hundreds of HR teams, we constantly see the challenge of balancing time and energy between recruiting new talent, reading through applications, coordinating interviews, and putting out fires among other responsibilities that keep you busy throughout the day. We empathize with the hard working men and women leading the charge at HR departments across […]

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Advice on Building Quality Business Relationships

Your strongest networking tool is your personality. At the end of the day, quality work can only get you so far in advancing your career. Building personal connections to colleagues, clients and other constituents is key to personal business success. Below, we give our two cents on how to strengthen professional connections. Inc. magazine has […]

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