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After years of complaints, someone has finally filed a class-action lawsuit against TheLadders for deceptive practices.
If you are not really ready to go after the job, then donât even bother. Your lack of enthusiasm will show in your cover letter, in your resume, and, in the interview. Here are 13 things to do that will demonstrate to the employer that you are the perfect candidate to fill the role.
How fanatical about hiring is Nate Silver? About 9 times more than you are, and probably 20 times better at it than you are, if you spend about 10% of your time recruiting and interviewing. (Uh-uh… not enough.)
New release for Qandidate.com’s free recruitment software. This latest release brings Qandidate.com an important stepping-stone for future developments later this year. Since the introduction in 2013, more than 4000 businesses have signed up for Qandidate.com’s free recruitment software.
At her workplace, Deborah Beetson can count on catered lunch once a month and regular bagel breakfasts. Those are just some of the perks that have landed her employer, DPR Construction, on Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work. But ask those same workers if they feel engaged and you will discover perks are not enough […]
Seen your Whos Viewed Your Profile lately? We just noticed a new piece of information that males that section a little more interesting. They are now telling users where that person who clicked…
We put together a handy list of 13 free sites that every recruiter can use to source and find software developers and other tech talent. We did not include Linkedin in the list for obvious reasons…
Networking is icky because it makes you feel awkward. What passes as “networking” today can make anyone a jerk. So, learn how to start legitimate conversations with people you want to get to know.
Entelo CEO Jon Bischke’s company parses social-networking data to help clients find job candidates based on racial or gender search criteria. But will it play in Peoria?
By Eric B. Meyer
If you’re actively searching for a job, it is almost guaranteed that some of the businesses you are applying to are family-owned. After all, this type of close-knit small business is what keeps the American economy alive; family businesses generate 60% of American employment opportunities and create 78% of all new jobs, according to research […]
Throughout my career, I’ve seen employees lauded or criticized for their ability to “think strategically.” It’s in numerous competency models and used in performance management systems across the country. We use this term like it’s universally understood, but ask people to describe it and you’ll probably hear inconsistency. So what is “Thinking Strategically” anyway? To […]
Michigan senators voted 24-14 to boost the state’s minimum wage to $9.20 an hour in a move designed to head off a ballot proposal that seeks to raise the wage to $10.10 an hour. The Michigan Chamber of Commerce says the bill “goes too far too fast.”