1. Articles in category: Hiring

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    1. WorkdayVoice: Four Tips for Building a Talent Pool: Don't Forget the Fundamentals

      WorkdayVoice: Four Tips for Building a Talent Pool: Don't Forget the Fundamentals

      Passive candidates are really the unicorns of recruiting: elusive and unattainable. The best workers are engaged, productive, valued by their managers and peers, and in general, happy where they are. And these are the exact people I want to hire. As a company vying for the top talent in a highly competitive market, how do we attract these unicorn candidates?

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    2. Transcript of Secrets to Finishing What You Start

      Transcript of Secrets to Finishing What You Start

      Transcript of Secrets to Finishing What You Start written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing

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      How many things have you not finished? Come on, let’s be honest. A recent statistic I read said 92% of people give up on their New Years resolutions during the first week. There are a lot of reasons we don’t finish, perfectionism, rationalization, fear, we don’t give ourselves the right goals and things to finish.

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    3. These Are The Mistakes That Even Experienced Job Seekers Keep Making

      These Are The Mistakes That Even Experienced Job Seekers Keep Making

      It’s not just entry-level job seekers who make rookie mistakes. As the head of a career transition services firm, I see a lot of seasoned professionals (and even executives) make some pretty egregious miscalculations in their job searches, too. Sure, many of them should really know better, but many of the most common mistakes come from overconfidence in one’s experience. Here are a few of them you’ll want to avoid at every stage of your career. Mistake No.

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    4. The Three LinkedIn Messages Everyone Totally Ignores

      The Three LinkedIn Messages Everyone Totally Ignores

      As a career coach, my inbox is often flooded with messages from people I’m connected with on LinkedIn who are reaching out about something or another. Now, I don’t mean to be judgmental, but I often find myself sighing with annoyance when I open them up–so much so that I was motivated to write this article. You see, the thing is, I’m open to making new connections and willing to talk to anyone, so the fact that I often put off responding to messages means people are missing the mark.

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    5. These 13 Phrases Can Make Or Break Your Job Prospects

      These 13 Phrases Can Make Or Break Your Job Prospects

      But plenty of times, you’ll leave an interview feeling great only to hear that they won’t be moving forward with you, or worse: You won’t hear anything at all. In situations like those, you might wonder: What did I do wrong? It just might be the case that the actual words you’re using in your interview might be rubbing employers the wrong way. Take a look at the following words and phrases that drive recruiters crazy, and make sure to eliminate them from your vocab! 1.

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    6. 6 Ex-Googlers Share How They Landed The Job

      6 Ex-Googlers Share How They Landed The Job

      Look on its website and you’ll find the company’s perspective on how to apply for a job at Google and stand out. But people who’ve been through the process can add additional insight. Here, six ex-Googlers weigh in with their perspectives on the Google hiring process. Related: Why Employees At Apple And Google Are More Productive Highlight The Right Things On Your Resume Of course, the first step in getting through Google’s doors is to make your resume stand out.

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    7. This Is What Recruiters Are Thinking When Job Seekers Are Unsuccessful

      This Is What Recruiters Are Thinking When Job Seekers Are Unsuccessful

      Recruiters may seem intimidating, but they genuinely want the best for both candidates and the company. Good recruiters want you to have the best experience possible during the application and interview process–but even though they want the best for you, there are some things that they just can’t share. Salary bands, candidate competition, internal HR tactics –let’s just call them trade secrets. They are the confidential information that, unfortunately, recruiters cannot divulge.

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    8. In the age of Amazon, an entrepreneur explains what will make us want to go to the store

      In the age of Amazon, an entrepreneur explains what will make us want to go to the store

      Rachel Shechtman has retail in her blood. Her mother was in the gourmet food business and her grandparents and great grandparents owned a fabric store. In 2011, Shechtman launched her own rotating shop in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. STORY, her business, is entirely reinvented every three to eight weeks like a gallery, has a point of view like a magazine and sells things like a store. When we visited, the theme was Fresh STORY, a collaboration with Jet.com to promote fresh food. We spoke to Shechtman for our Making Sen$e segment about how shifting consumer habits are forcing stores to either transform or perish.

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    9. Atlassian’s New Diversity Report Shows You Can’t Make Progress Without Transparency

      Atlassian’s New Diversity Report Shows You Can’t Make Progress Without Transparency

      Transparency is a tricky thing. It’s easy to shine a light on what you’re proud of when things are going great, and a lot harder to put on display anything that isn’t–especially when it comes to diversity and inclusion. To its credit, Atlassian just released a diversity report that isn’t all As.

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      Mentions: Aubrey Blanche
    10. I Hire New Grads At Amazon—Here Are 4 Qualities That Can Help You Stand Out

      I Hire New Grads At Amazon—Here Are 4 Qualities That Can Help You Stand Out

      As a job candidate, having the right “hard skills” is a critical prerequisite for any role at just about any company. But especially for recent grads, technical expertise alone isn’t what’s going to help you stand out in a job market where so many of your peers are talking up the same exact credentials.

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      Mentions: Google Amazon.com
    11. I’ve Interviewed Hundreds Of Job Candidates, And These Three Things Are Deal-Breakers

      I’ve Interviewed Hundreds Of Job Candidates, And These Three Things Are Deal-Breakers

      In other words, everyone I know–myself included–walks out of the conversation feeling a little iffy. Even if, on one level, you know you did a great job; there’s another part of you that’s questioning if you used that industry phrase correctly. But, as the saying goes, we’re our own toughest critics. And while reflecting and looking for areas for improvement can be worthwhile, beating yourself up over a comparatively small interview mistake is a waste of time.

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    12. These Personality Tests Might Know Your Dream Job Better Than You Do

      These Personality Tests Might Know Your Dream Job Better Than You Do

      Until recently, recruiters and hiring managers have had to rely on gut instinct to determine whether or not a candidate will make a good fit on a prospective employer’s team. Now a company called SquarePeg is throwing them a lifeline. Launching out of beta this month, SquarePeg is putting some data behind the hard-to-articulate notion of “fit.” The company’s goal is to replace interviewers’ intuition with assessments that size up candidates’ personality attributes as well as their skill sets.

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    13. From Brain Fuel To Recruiters’ Dark Secrets: July’s Top Leadership Stories

      From Brain Fuel To Recruiters’ Dark Secrets: July’s Top Leadership Stories

      This month, we discovered how to project emotional intelligence the moment you first meet someone, how to avoid some of the worst answers to common interview questions, and which words and phrases don’t exactly make people enjoy working with you. These are the the stories you loved in Leadership for the month of July: When it comes to making a good first impression, it may be more important to appear likable than smart.

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    14. This Startup Wants To Kill The “Mommy Track” Once And For All

      This Startup Wants To Kill The “Mommy Track” Once And For All

      Browsing the job board at Werk, a startup that promotes flexible work, can feel like visiting a utopian future. Looking for a job with minimal travel, because you have young kids at home? No problem, there are dozens listed here. Or perhaps you’d like to work from a remote location, at least one day per week? Companies including Deloitte and HBO would be happy to make that possible.

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      Mentions: HBO
    15. Transcript of Create and Market Work That Lasts

      Transcript of Create and Market Work That Lasts

      Transcript of Create and Market Work That Lasts written by John Jantsch read more at Duct Tape Marketing

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      John J: The vast majority of revenue in the creative industries, from publishing to music to Hollywood, comes from content that’s over a year old. That’s right. We all get excited about the launch, about the new glitzy thing. But the fact is, most businesses rely on that thing that sells over and over and over again, year, after year, after year. after year.

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    16. 3 Signs You’re A High Performer At Work, Even When Your Boss Doesn’t Tell You

      3 Signs You’re A High Performer At Work, Even When Your Boss Doesn’t Tell You

      But, of course, constructive criticism is only one kind of feedback. Positive feedback matters too. It’s motivating to know that your efforts are seen and your work is valuable. Not just that, but it’s easier to believe in yourself if you feel that others believe in you, too. But not everyone has a supervisor who makes it a point to give praise. And even if your manager has the best intentions, things get busy.

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