Reboot the Resume: Maximize Your Hiring Efforts

It is no secret among HR professionals that resumes are outdated, plain, and notoriously fickle. They have become documents designed to be people pleasing and optimized for keyword scanning. Recruiters are often left to guess at soft skills and...

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Infographic: ATS Integrated vs Traditional Social Media Recruiting

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Tools for Business Leaders Looking to Create Accessible, Inclusive Workplaces

If you are an employer who wants to champion a more accessible, inclusive workplace, the Presidents Group is here to help with next steps. The Presidents Group is a network of change-driven BC business leaders who are champions for more...

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How to Attract and Manage the Generation Z Workforce

By Jordann Donskey For the last few years, the millennial labor force has dominated many HR conversations, but it’s important to note the new generation joining the workforce: Generation Z. Experts find that the needs and experiences of Generation Z...

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How to Avoid the Consequences of Bad Hires

By Amanda Wilks Recruiting the right person for the job can save you from the start—in terms of effort, time and financial resources. Unfortunately, recruiting is not an easy job. You need a clear picture of what you are searching...

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Stop Recruiting and Start Connecting

By Lorie Corcuera "I define connection as the energy that exists between people when they feel seen, heard, and valued; when they can give and receive without judgment; and when they derive sustenance and strength from the relationship." - Brené...

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The Best Approach To Interviewing Prospective Employees

By Erica L. Fener Your company is growing, and you’re looking for more good people to help carry the load and take your services or products to the next level. You’ve posted your available jobs and you’re combing your networks,...

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Career Advancement an Important Recruiting Tool

By Cliff Kanto According to Robert Walters, an Australian recruitment consultancy, approximately 80 per cent of employees or prospects would either leave their positions or decline a job opportunity if the organization did not make clear their intentions for career...

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