Tag Archive | "hiring"

The Do’s and Don’ts of Hiring Independent Contractors

Wednesday, November 7, 2012


Companies of all sizes have had to tighten their belts and get creative in order to keep their doors open during the recession. And that impacts everyone, from management on down to the warehouse floor. Employees have had to take on more work and put in longer hours, with no reinforcements being hired. But while […]

The Major Benefits of Hiring Workers With Disabilities

Monday, October 8, 2012


If you’ve been reluctant to include disabled workers in your business or company, it can be for a variety of reasons. You might be concerned with having to make accommodations to your office or building, or you might be concerned with capability and workflow in the office. Whatever the case may be, many employers are […]

The Best Interview Questions You Never Think to Ask

Tuesday, October 2, 2012


Everybody knows that sitting through a job interview can be tough business. It’s nerve-wracking, and the pressure of trying to get that dream job can sometimes overshadow the interviewing process itself. What nobody considers, however, is how tough it can be to sit at the opposite side of the table. The interviewer doesn’t have it […]

Alternative Ways for Businesses to Compensate Interns

Friday, September 28, 2012


There are two main ways in which interns are generally compensated under the law. In some cases, interns may be given monetary wages like an average employee. Although they are virtual contract workers within an organization, receiving pay for performance, they will likely be let go when the set date of termination for the internship […]

5 Common Lies Found on Resumes

Tuesday, August 28, 2012


If you have an open position you’re looking to fill at your company, you’ll certainly have no shortage of options. Millions of highly qualified professionals are currently out of work, so with a bit of diligence you should be able to uncover the perfect fit for your team in only a few weeks. The problem […]

Top 5 Tips for Business Hiring on a Shoestring Budget

Monday, August 27, 2012


Your business is growing, volume of work is increasing, and your existing staff can no longer handle the amount of work coming through the door. This is a blessing, really. Growth means nothing but positivity for any business, but the additional workload is certainly not without its stresses. If your company is unable to meet […]

Top 5 Tips for Attracting the Best Job Applicants

Thursday, August 23, 2012


The current job market is as competitive as it has ever been, and unfortunately for employers, this can sometimes mean an influx of applications whose quality is something less than commendable. When sifting through endless lazy or poorly-put-together job applications finally becomes too tiring to bear, it’s time to rethink your approach for the ground […]

What to Look for When Hiring an Office Manager

Wednesday, August 15, 2012


Office managers are vital team members in any work place. A good manager can keep your office running smoothly, boost employee morale, and maximize efficiency in stressful environments. Likewise, a poor manager can be the tragic downfall of your establishment’s office. When hiring an office manager, there are certain key qualities to look for in […]

How to Greenify Your Hiring Process

Wednesday, August 15, 2012


We know about green jobs, green offices, and green office products, but what about green hiring. Don’t ditch your eco-ideals for the hiring process. There are many ways to keep in tune with your company’s green environment during the hiring process.

How to Select the Right References for Your Internship Application

Monday, July 16, 2012


Just like with real world jobs, good internships are highly competitive. Especially these days with the economy in a major slump, people are being forced to change careers and you could face competitors that already have years of work experience and knowledge under their belts. Don’t let it scare you away, just be sure your […]