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How Do You Handle An Employee Who’s Not Performing?
womenofhr.com

The first step when dealing with an underperforming employee is to figure out exactly why the person isn’t meeting expectations, say several executives and business owners. “My first question is always to myself. ‘Have I trained them, given them all the tools and time to be successful?’ ” says Jeff Purtell, chief operating officer at […]

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Employee Referrals: The Candidate’s Silver Bullet
www.recruitingtrends.com

Employer efforts to improve referral programs should consider giving more attention to candidates.

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Employers Probably Increased Hiring: U.S. Economy Preview
www.businessweek.com

The floodgates holding back a wave of U.S. economic data delayed by the partial government shutdown will begin to give way this week with the release of the September jobs report.

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HRExaminer v4.40
www.hrexaminer.com

From Transactional Data to Strategic Insights. By understanding the business you are in and the challenges the business face, HR can truly have influence and impact.

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Using Social Media to get Attention for Jobs
www.hiredaily.com

Social media has become a part of our everyday life. There are lots of benefits you have if you are active on these accounts, one of which may be getting a job! Social media has a lot of optional to help you land your dream job if you go about it the right way. Your […]

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LinkedIn launches mobile app to help recruiters manage their candidates
thenextweb.com

The newest mobile app in LinkedIn’s arsenal is Recruiter Mobile, an iOS product that lets those looking to bring in new talent into an organization better manage applications and interactions with candidates and hiring managers. The app is free to download. Recruiters can respond to candidate inquiries in real-time either by phone, text, email, or […]

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How to handle workers who hate each other
www.adn.com

If two workers simply cannot work together, you may need to fire one of them, Lynne Curry writes. The situation can become complicated if one or both of the workers claim to have been subject to a “hostile environment,” and in those situations you should push the worker to substantiate his or her claim. “You […]

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Why some star talent should be allowed to walk away
www.hrcapitalist.com

Don’t be “held hostage” when top talent threatens to leave, Kris Dunn writes. You shouldn’t counteroffer, for example, when the employee earns more than he produces in revenue or if you simply don’t like the worker. “Don’t fall into the trap of always going into save mode. Evaluate the prospects like a true dealmaker would,” […]

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4 Key Metrics Most Sourcers Don’t Track (But Should)
www.sourcecon.com

Conventional wisdom: You can’t manage what you don’t measure. And, more than just a business world cliche, there is plenty of evidence that measured performance does lead to a more.

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How to Find a Talent Pool
upstarthr.com

When recruiting for a specialized position, find someone who occupies a similar role and ask them who the best person in their field is, Ben Eubanks writes. Even if you can’t recruit that person, you may be able to use their network to find other qualified candidates. “I have a few ‘champions’ that I turn […]

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Should Your Company Use Zmail?
www.fastcompany.com

Or as healthcare consulting firm Vynamic conceived it an email blackout on weekday nights and weekends.

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In-House Recruitment Strategies #5 – Sporting Index  |  Qandidate.com
qandidate.com

In the lead up to the 2013 In-house Recruitment Awards, Qandidate.com in association with the award organisers will be sharing real success stories from in-house practitioners. All shortlisted nominations were approached and we are delighted to share some fantastic insights into how in-house recruiters are meeting the needs of their businesses.

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Live from LinkedIn InTalent – LinkedIn Going Big Time Mobile
www.recruitingblogs.com

We have been hearing for awhile now that mobile is where it’s at, and today LinkedIn announced they agree.  

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Here’s why you don’t cry at your next job interview
www.linkedin.com

I sat in traffic in Boston, Massachusetts one cold fall morning 16 years ago, cursing myself, cursing the cars around me, and cursing the world. I had prepared so much for the job interview at the prestigious firm I was driving to – done research, gotten dressed in a sharp outfit, prepared questions to ask […]

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