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TalentCulture | March 4, 2015

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Secrets To Building A LinkedIn Recruiters Will Notice

February 20, 2015 |

LinkedIn is the champion of social networking sites when it comes to recruitment, with 94% of recruiters using the site. Are they successful in finding hires on LinkedIn? The short answer is yes. Seventy-nine percent of recruiters have found … Read More

What To Look For When Hiring Entry to Mid-Level Employees

February 18, 2015 | 1

It can be difficult to hire for entry-level and mid-level positions because candidates may not have a long list of former employers or jobs that can truly represent their ability to perform the tasks a new employer is looking … Read More

Keeping Staff When Your Employee Benefits Don’t Cut It

February 4, 2015 | 1

Attracting good employees as a small- or medium-sized business can be tricky. To get around it you hire inexperienced graduates and train them yourself, only to seem them walk off to a larger company with shinier benefit packages as soon … Read More

The Body Language Business And The Now of You

January 26, 2015 | 2

“You’re sharpening stones, walking on coals To improve your business acumen…” — R.E.M. (“Exhuming McCarthy”)

Look at me. Eyes right here. Watch my face, my arms and my hands as I talk. In fact, watch my entire physical demeanor. … Read More

5 Key Recruitment Trends For 2015

December 30, 2014 | 2

Widening gaps between demand and supply of skilled workers mean that recruitment will see a more competitive hiring and spending environment in 2015. In the coming year, 69% of recruiters expect to see competition increase. In the face of more … Read More

The Hot Potatoes Of Social Screening

December 15, 2014 |

“The vacant laugh Of true insanity Dressed up in the mask of tragedy Programmed for the guts and glands Of idle minds and idle hands…”

—Neil Peart (musician and writer)

That’s when I saw the photo — a full view … Read More

Matching Book Smarts And People Smarts

November 17, 2014 | 1

We all know that there’s more to succeeding in life than having book smarts. People skills, whether it’s understanding ourselves or working well with others, are equally important. But there’s a gap between this common understanding and the way we … Read More

10 Things About Work I Wish I Had Been Told

October 29, 2014 |

It always amazes me the stories I hear about people who are new to the world of work.

The guys with jeans around the back of their thighs, the girls not dressed much better, headphones plugged in while they eat … Read More

10 Pre-Game Interview Tips Candidates Won’t Laugh At

October 27, 2014 | 1

Not often enough are we ever truly prepared for what lies ahead in our daily obstacles. Sadly, this tends to be the case when interviewing candidates. But what if our hiring strategy took the time to incorporate interview tips that … Read More

It’s Time For A New Job-Skills Training Model

October 27, 2014 | 1

I attended a presentation by Mary Owens at a local financial advisory firm. In her well-presented talk about the return of manufacturing to the U.S., she articulated a number of facts that got me thinking:

  • Manufacturing was returning because … Read More