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Grey’s Anatomy and the Case for Corporate Alumni Programs
thehiringsite.careerbuilder.com

What do shows like Grey’s Anatomy teach employers about maintaining relationships with former employees? Learn the benefits of a corporate alumni program.

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Salary Transparency: Should Salaries Be Made Public?
www.hiredaily.com

More companies are adopting salary transparency at their organizations, believing it breeds trust and productivity. But what are the downsides to salary transparency?

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Skills Gap 2014: The High Cost of Unfilled Positions
thehiringsite.careerbuilder.com

A new survey from CareerBuilder estimates that the skills gap is costing employers up to $25,000 for every job that stays vacant for three months or longer.

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How to Build a Values-Based Organization: Tips from Author Daniel Forrester – The Hiring Site
thehiringsite.careerbuilder.com

There’s a growing appetite for values-based organizations among America’s workers. Business expert Daniel Forrester provides 3 steps for creating one.

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A handy eBook with in-house recruitment strategies from successful recruiters
qandidate.com

How about getting more knowledge on recruitment from successful recruiters? Exactly, professional recruiters continuously improve their skills and knowledge by learning from their peers. That is why we compiled an useful eBook, full with different expert cases successful recruiter colleagues to help you creating some great direct recruitment strategies.

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My One Year Round-up At Qandidate.com, the recruitment software startup
qandidate.com

I’m celebrating my first year at Qandidate.com, free recruitment software, this week. I joined the Qandidate.com team on March 1 in 2013, just a couple of weeks after the official launch of Qandidate.com public beta version. It has been an exciting year, with some cool new ideas and projects scheduled for upcoming year.

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Use Remote Work to Diversify Your Candidate Pool
www.recruitingtrends.com

Until recently, location was an important aspect of any job posting and one that job candidates could do little to change, other than relocating. But with huge advancements in technology, like high-speed Internet, affordable home computer equipment, file sharing, and data security are changing that.

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Here are the Best Jobs for your Introverts out there
www.careercast.com

Ask any successful job seeker, and they’ll say that some level of networking – combined with solid interviewing skills – helped them land a new job. Yet if you’re an introvert, the communication that’s required to network and interview with others creates intense fear and, in some cases, makes it impossible to job hunt.

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Surviving the Job Hunt
blog.rivs.com

Are you starting to feel like job hunting has become your full time job? Here are some tips to keep you on track.

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Rookie Resume Mistakes – Avoid Sabotaging Your Job Search
wegotfired.com

When a recruiter or hiring manager reviews a resume for your qualifications they are desperately searching for relevant information about what makes you qualified for the job. Refrain from sabotaging a shot at your dream job.

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The Science of Closing Candidates
blog.jobscore.com

She hired me with science! Learn how to make recruiting more predictable using these two simple questions.

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How in-house recruiters are overcoming contractor hire pains
www.blackcoffeeblog.co.uk

Can you create a direct recruitment strategy for your contingent workforce in the same way you would for permanent hires? Bringing in a contractor can be a flexible and quick way to fill a skills g…

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Swing and Miss: How Not to Strike Out With Recruiters
blog.rivs.com

Managers and recruiters don’t always see eye-to-eye, but keeping the lines of communication open are essential to hiring success.

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You’re Writing Job Descriptions for the Wrong Audience
www.mindfieldgroup.com

Writing job descriptions that break down a generic role into unique subcategories can drastically reduce your time to hire and save your recruitment team money.

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