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Tag Archives: Hiring

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HR: STOP taking orders!

Author: Laura Mazzullo — HR, stop taking orders. Last week, I attended an informative talk hosted by Udemy for Business featuring @Laurie Rebholz, Director of Professional Development at Citibank. Laurie openly shared her exceptional insights into current Learning/Development trends and innovation within this space. One of my biggest take-aways from this event came when Laurie […]

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Hiring? Are you open to hearing feedback?

Author: Laura Mazzullo — Hiring? Get ready for feedback! In recruitment, when we speak of ‘discussing feedback’ it is often in relation to candidates. Most candidates seek to know how they can improve their job-searching efforts (how to improve their resume, interviewing skills, resume walk-through, their negotiation abilities, networking, etc.) They know that receiving this […]

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How to Hire Present People

Author: Bruce Weinstein — Distracted employees can create headaches for you as an HR manager.  The following questions may help you evaluate a job candidate’s commitment to being present, which I define as the performance of a single task for a reasonable period of time.  (Some people prefer “mindful” or “focused” to “presence,” but the […]

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How to Hire Patient People

Author: Bruce Weinstein — I once saw a photograph of a dandelion plant. On its own, that image wouldn’t be anything special: dandelions are everywhere. But these dandelions were nestled atop a small mound of asphalt. Somehow they had managed to push through this seemingly impermeable barrier and reach their goal: bathing in sunlight and […]

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How to Hire Loyal People

Author: Bruce Weinstein — Loyal employees make the lives of HR managers a lot easier.  The following questions will help you evaluate how loyal a job candidate is likely to be in the organization. How have you responded at a previous job when a better opportunity with another employer came along? Even for someone who […]

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