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  • Implementing a New ATS? Follow These 5 Tips.

    By Mark Jackson Selecting a quality applicant tracking system (ATS) that meets your needs is critical for improving your talent acquisition process and results. But if you don’t implement it successfully, even the right ATS technology won’t be much help. In this post, we provide five tips that will help you successfully implement a new ATS, enabling you to both get the most value and avoid headach...

  • Often Recruiters Can Never Truly Be a Partner

    By Eric Putkonen I have been a recruiter for a long time and spoken with a lot of my peers about this. In the end, I think Human Resources/Talent Acquisition has messed up the possibility of being partners to many hiring managers. We keep saying hiring managers are our primary customers. There is a difference between customers and partners. We also all have heard the phrase, “the customer is alway...

  • As States Consider Retirement Plan Mandates, Small Business Must Prepare for Big Changes

    Millions of Americans have used 401(k) plans to save for retirement, but one significant segment of the workforce has long struggled to gain access to these plans: employees of small businesses. Thanks to a spate of new and potential legislation in states like California, Oregon, Illinois, and others, that could soon change. “If you work for a small … Read more here:: Recruiter.com CAREER & WORKPL...

  • The Millennial… Coming to an office near you…

    By Solutions Driven Phew, that was close. Too close for words. I was almost one of them. You know the ones that according to a viral video sensation are: “Tough to manage” “Entitled, narcissistic, self-interested, unfocused and lazy” “Addicted to social media and only interested in their own brand on Instagram” Who are these monsters? I need to know so I can avoid them – especially now I know I’m ...

  • NEW FEATURE AT AVIATIONCV.COM: COMPANY RATING

    By AviationCV.com AviationCV.com never stops improving and launched a new feature to its website. From now on, every visitor has an opportunity to write a review about different companies that appear on AviationCV.com. A rating system is going to be beneficial not only for recruiters but also for aviation job seekers, who would like to know which companies are rated the best and looking for pilot ...

  • Perfectionism And Productivity – What Is The Link?

    By Tom Jager Is there any link between perfectionism and productivity? Do you consider yourself a perfectionist? Do you think that perfectionism ever hold you back from performing as you should? Does it in any way affect your productivity? What Is Perfectionism All About? Perfectionism is one of those traits that you should never desire to have. This is because it is not always an asset. Its negat...

  • Carrot v’s Stick

    By Debbie Morrison Presidential elections and British referendums aside, the western world has been drifting generally towards the left for some decades. In such an environment you might imagine the argument about carrot or stick management styles would be something of a no contest. Yet closer inspection across a range of businesses and industries suggests otherwise. Whether you’re naturally incli...

  • Why an Emergency Fund Should Be Part of Your Career Plan

    As you progress in your career, finding a new job can become harder and harder. One of the big reasons for this has to do with salary. When you first start working, you are generally open to just about any job and will happily take a tiny paycheck. However, as you rise through the ranks of your industry, your salary requirements will evolve. One challenging situation that many job seekers face is ...

  • 6 Ways to Showcase Your Soft Skills

    Welcome to Recruiter QA, where we pose employment-related questions to the experts and share their answers! Have a question you’d like to ask? Leave it in the comments, and you might just see it in the next installment of Recruiter QA! Today’s Question: How can job seekers convey their soft skills, either … Read more here:: Recruiter.com CAREER & WORKPLACE

  • 10 Reasons Why Recruiters Dread Reading Your Resume

    Here’s a fact: Very few people like reading resumes – especially those who read hundreds of resumes a week. Ask any recruiter, and they’ll probably tell you it’s one of their least favorite parts of the job. I critique and write resumes as part of my job. I’ve read hundreds of them and have conducted numerous critique sessions, but I’ve got nothing on recruiters. The only bright spot in this whole...

Culbertson Resources, Inc.

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  • 4 Top Features of a Good Freight Forwarding Company

    By Akshat Gupta There are many things of core importance for a freight forwarding company to consider before opening its doors to the customers. The first thing that a company takes care of is to make sure the clients are satisfied and the services delivered to them are optimum. Clients are, of course, is the priority. The customers are not one time customers but good companies always remember tha...

  • How to source on the lesser known sites!! Trip Advisor

    By Dean Da Costa TripAdvisor, Inc. is an American travel website company providing reviews of travel-related content. It also includes interactive travel forums. Now Trip Advisor is not well known in the staffing world. And not a lot of recruiters try to source there . The reason is simple they do not know how. Well to do this without worry you need go no further than into your bag of tricks and p...

  • How to source on the lesser known sites!! Trip Advisor

    By Dean Da Costa TripAdvisor, Inc. is an American travel website company providing reviews of travel-related content. It also includes interactive travel forums. Now Trip Advisor is not well known in the staffing world. And not a lot of recruiters try to source there . The reason is simple they do not know how. Well to do this without worry you need go no further than into your bag of tricks and p...

  • Are You Still Falling for These Resume Myths?

    No matter how much advice is published on the subject, many myths about the best way to write a resume still circulate freely. Fortunately, a lot has changed over the past few years in resume writing and job searching – and you can benefit from these new trends. For example, you might have been told in the past to keep your resume to a specified length or to exclude certain types … Read more here:...

  • Put on the Spot? Here’s How to Own Your Response:

    Article by Kelli Richards No one likes being put on the spot, but the experience does teach you to anticipate the unexpected. That’s a lesson forever useful in life and in business. While technological advances in communication have diminished the frequency of in-person interactions, face-to-face exchanges are still among the most preferred forms of business communication Read more here:: Recruite...

  • Why HR professionals need knowledge base for better team coordination

    By Robin Siddhu Human resources can be considered as the creator of an organization, if a company is the world. HR is responsible to recruit and train employees, so that they are seasoned and ready for expected work environment. But very few think of the coordination required by HR professionals in order to make better decisions and hire top layer candidates. HR teams are not familiar with every p...

  • WhatsApp Group Chat – How Important is work location in terms of Hiring?

    By Sourcing Adda Talent Acquisitionists are always Sourcing for the needle in the haystack and there have been several occasions wherein the applicant has turned down the opportunity due to commuting concerns. As a result closing the desired Talent has proved to be difficult. Having said that, @SourcingAdda we’ve taken the initiative to try and understand the importance of work location in terms o...

  • How long should a cover letter be?

    By Joseph Thornton A cover letter can be your foot in the door to a new job. It is the first impression that a would-be employer gets to see, and is often the reason why a CV doesn’t even get opened. This article should boil down the tactic of how long a cover letter should be, in order to give it the maximum chance of improving your prospects for a new role. Why use one? […]

  • RPO – Let’s not make it a race to the bottom!

    By Howard Flint RPO service providers must focus on their own unique value rather than trying to be the cheapest as they compete for new business. In the competitive RPO market is it all about price? I was discussing the importance of price during the sales process with some senior RPO execs the other week. It was noteworthy to me how many of them believed that price had to be the primary differen...

  • 8 Hiring Stats That Will Change the Way You Recruit

    By Maren Hogan When it comes to creating recruiting processes or making hiring decisions, I like to do my research. And in my normal fact-dependent fashion, I did a little refresher research before I got I began screening and interviewing this fall’s round of interns and onboard new talent at Red Branch Media. What I found heavily influenced my approach to fall hiring, and I think it will influenc...

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  • 4 Ways to Talk About Your Unemployment on LinkedIn

    I get the question all the time in my LinkedIn workshops: “How do I let recruiters know I’m not currently working?” My answer has been somewhat noncommittal. I give people four options, none of which are entirely optimal: Leave your most recent employer as current for a short period of time. Create your own “company.” Write that you’re unemployed in your headline. Read more here:: Recruiter.com CA...

  • Interview Techniques 101

    By Aaron Wilkinson Interview Techniques 101 From www.jobsadded.com Interviews can be a scary and daunting prospect, but they don’t have to be, with the following tips you will be well prepared and impress any recruiter. Research The Company First The first thing to do before you even attend the interview is to research the company with whom you intend to have an interview with. Most interviews wil...

  • ANOTHER NEW JOB BOARD!

    By Aaron Wilkinson Another Job Site So to start with I would just like to say this is our very first Blog and introduce myself, my names Aaron and I started out working in Flat Fee Recruitment and soon after opened a job board. We have been working very hard over the last 8 weeks and have seen that hard work really does pay off. We started our new job board www.jobsadded.com in December 2016 […]

  • Becoming a Top Contender for Employee’s Top Choice

    By Kevin Faber Having great employees is one of the biggest factors for a successful practice. The right dental staff will improve the practice by creating customer values, managing appointments, and maintaining operational needs. However, finding top talent in the dentist industry is easier said than done. Because of the competitiveness of the dental marketplace, candidates research dentist offic...

  • How to Explain Why You Left a Toxic Work Environment

    Explaining why you left a previous employer in your interview is never easy, and there are a lot of traps you can fall into that can cost you your next job. This article is going to walk you through how to safely explain your reasons for leaving an unpleasant company without hurting your chances of getting that next job. 1. Don’t Badmouth You may have had a really bad … Read more here:: Recruiter....

  • 3 Things to Consider When Answering the “Tell Me About Yourself” Question

    The directive from the interviewer to “tell me about yourself” strikes fear into the hearts of even the most confident candidates. That’s because they haven’t given serious consideration to how they should answer this directive. It’s also because they haven’t taken time to construct a persuasive elevator pitch, which is one of the most important tools in your job search toolbox. There are three co...

  • The Real Reason the Company Didn’t Call You Back

    Interviewing for a job is an incredibly personal process for job seekers. And every job seeker knows how frustrating it is when a company you applied to – or even interviewed with – never calls you back. The rejection stings. It leaves your reeling and wondering, “What’s wrong with me?” First, let me say that I don’t think many employers truly understand what this experience is like. If they did, ...

  • WhatsApp Group Chat – Gamification in On-boarding

    By Sourcing Adda We’ve heard a lot about Gamification done to boost Talent Acquisitionist’s performance, how it can improve the KRAs and case studies where the results were positive and in keeping with the assumptions. While we’re impressed by the results and progress we’ve received due to Gamification. Have you thought of other possibilities where Gamification could be implemented to boost perfor...

  • Performers at the Super Bowl aren’t paid as much as you might think…

    By Chrissy Nicholas Dooley Super Bowl LI: What is Lady Gaga Paid to Headline the Halftime Show? It’s the greatest show on earth! Just like her predecessors, Lady Gaga has spent months preparing for her 13-minute appearance during the Super Bowl halftime show, where music is only part of the spectacle. Outrageous set designs, designer costumes and hi-tech animation have become the norm during the s...

  • Are You Leaders Hiring The Right People?

    By Michelle Ansell How confident are you, or your leaders, when it comes to hiring the right person for your business? Following a recent business survey, The Recruiting Times found that 55% of business leaders believe their lack of recruitment credentials, process, or technology would lead to hiring the wrong candidate. Read the full article here. Sourcing and selecting the right candidate, who w...

Culbertson Resources, Inc.

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  • On the Job Hunt, ‘Rejected’ Is Not ‘Ejected’

    As a writer, I don’t make it a point to talk about my life because it’s not all about me. However, I’ve noticed a trend in recruiting and hiring today that strikes a chord with me: a high level of discouragement among job seekers. I often hear this pain from my college students (i.e., millennials) – this fear that there is nothing out there, that they are not talented enough, that … Read more here...

  • The Differences Between Your Resume and Your LinkedIn Profile (Part 1)

    As I tell job seekers in my Advanced LinkedIn Workshop, your LinkedIn profile is not your resume. It’s important for me to say this, because many of these job seekers’ LinkedIn profiles resemble their resumes very closely. I can spot a copy-and-paste job a mile away. In further installments of this series, we’ll examine other differences between your resume and your LinkedIn profile, but today we’...

  • The Difference Between a ‘Job’ and a ‘Passion’ – and How to Find Your Passion

    There are three general approaches to work: having a job, having a career, and having a passion. I presume that most of us are looking for passions that can also equate to well-paying careers/jobs. Does finding your passion have to mean finding a million-dollar job? Not necessarily. Your nightmare job could be another person’s passion, and vice versa. Finding your passion is … Read more here:: Rec...

  • Tough Times: 7 Freelance Works to Survive

    By Ellen Summerhills It’s no surprise now that the economy is dwindling. So, either you’re going to worry and wait until all gets better (which could take years) or you’ll do something proactive for yourself. I suggest the latter way, as it’s the one that builds character. It helps you financially survive in everything. Tough times teach us to be more practical and hardworking. Aside from doing fu...

  • Are Your Adlerian Needs Being Met at Work?

    While Alfred Adler is most widely known for his birth-order theories, his work was founded on the basic belief that we all are searching for a sense of belonging and significance. Family dynamics aside, there is no place where these conscious or unconscious forces are as prevalent as in your place of employment. As you progress in your career within a certain organization, those feelings, at times...

  • 5 Tips on How to Conduct a Confidential Executive Job Search

    Career advancement, a shift in passion, better benefits, burnout, or career transition are some of the triggers that might possibly motivate you to rewrite your executive resume and launch a confidential executive job search. We often consult with clients who are currently employed and in need of help with their job searches. Clearly, this is a very sensitive aspect of your career and should be ap...

  • 5 Ways to Speed Up Your Job Search

    Your job search is not something you should rush. When you finally get a job, you want it to be one that will make you happy for as long as possible. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to make that happen as quickly as you can without getting sloppy. Whether you are thinking about leaving your job or you are currently unemployed, the shorter the search, the happier … Read more here:: Rec...

  • Managing the Future of Your Career: Why Retirement Is Harder Than Ever

    We are job-search campaign managers, which means we frequently work with senior leaders who are experts in wearing their public masks of confidence. But often, beneath those veneers is a profound despair. There are two variations of this despair: “My college roommate was able to retire at 64. I can’t afford to retire. I feel like such a failure. What did I do wrong?” “I am looking for employment b...

  • How to Use Content to Build Your Personal Brand

    We often talk a lot about content in the marketing world. Broadly defined, “content” means creating and sharing relevant information. It can range from business-related articles and blog posts to videos and podcasts. Content can paint a picture of a company, explain what it sells, create engagement, and do so much more. Many companies also use content to build their brands. Engaging content can gi...

  • 15 Reasons Your Job Search Will Self-Destruct Today

    How you go about your job search says a lot about who you are as a professional. We can argue about how closely related our personal and professional personas are, but at the end of the day, I can assure you most companies and hiring managers pay careful attention to how you act during a job search, and this plays a huge role in their decision to hire you (or not). … Read more here:: […]

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  • 5 Signs You Need a New Career

    Do you dread Mondays? Feel like Fridays can’t come soon enough? It’s normal to have a bad day at work from time to time, but if you hate your job week after week, that’s a sign it’s time for a change. But how do you determine whether you need a new job or an entirely new career? If you’re on the fence about taking a new direction in your professional … Read more here:: Recruiter.com […]

  • Think Your MBA Will Get You Hired? Think Again!

    I’ve seen it so many times: When the going gets tough, people resort to the traditional means of adding more credentials and qualifications to their resumes. Before you do it, too, you need to seriously ask yourself why. Is this just your way of trying to look more attractive to hiring managers, or is it for you – because you want to do this? There is a difference, and if you want to do this […]

  • 6 Things Hiring Managers Never Want to See on a Resume

    As providers of professional career services, we at ResumeSpice know what hiring managers, human resources departments, and recruiting professionals do – and don’t – want to see on candidates’ resumes. Especially in today’s competitive job market, it’s important to keep your resume in the running by avoiding a few critical, but unfortunately common, mistakes. Here are six things no hiring manager ...

  • Being the Boss: Why So Many Leaders Fail

    Nothing is more flattering than a promotion. When the executives choose you to be a leader, it sends a powerful message about your skills and knowledge. But if a promotion is proof that a person knows what they’re doing at work, why is it so hard for so many employees to make the move from individual contributor to leader successfully? Leaders and Managers Need Soft Skills – But Employers Overlook...

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  • Background Screening for the On-Demand Economy: What Every Freelancer Needs to Know

    Background checks are a common component of the standard employment process. These days, if you want to get a traditional full-time job, you should expect to submit an application and resume, go through a phone interview, nail an in-person interview or two, and submit to a background check. At the same time , our concept of what a job or career can be has begun to shift. No longer is … Read more h...

  • How to Prepare Your Personal Brand for a Job Search

    You’ve likely seen the term “personal branding” in blogs and articles as you’ve been preparing for your job search, but you may not be entirely certain what it means. Personal branding is how a candidate packages their skills, background, experience, and public persona in order to market themselves to potential employers. A strong personal brand image could mean landing the job of your dreams, whi...

  • How to Become a Product Manager at Reebok: Andi Archer’s Story

    Reebok is one of the world’s leading fitness brands. Have you ever wondered what it is like to work there? I spoke with Andi Archer, a product manager at Reebok, about her career journey at the brand’s headquarters in Canton, Massachusetts. Bruce Harpham: What did you study in college? Andi Archer: I studied design at the Rhode Island School of Design and started at … Read more here:: Recruiter.co...

  • 5 Simple Resume Tricks to Get You More Interviews

    Whether you’re in the middle of a job hunt or planning to start one soon, there are a few resume changes you should make if you want to immediately stand out and get more interviews. Read through the steps below and use this as a checklist to make sure your resume is doing as much as possible to help you get hired! 1. Simplify the Formatting The average corporate … Read more here:: Recruiter.com C...

  • When’s the Best Time to Ask for a Raise?

    The best time to ask for a raise is the day after your boss and you have agreed to one. At that point, your boss will be exhaling for having gotten through a possibly awkward raise conversation that may or may not have left you feeling upset or disappointed. Ask your boss if you can sit down with them and ask a hypothetical question that has nothing to do with the raise you just received. […]

  • I’m Shy – How Do I Succeed in My Career?

    History is full of examples of powerful, socially shy leaders. U.S. Presidents James Madison, Jimmy Carter, and Richard Nixon come to mind. The beloved American investor Warren Buffett is shy yet highly effective in business and public life. In our work with leaders, we have found many effective sales executives may spend their professional time meeting new people, but they consider it “work.” The...

  • Why Confidence Is the Most Important Quality a Candidate Can Have

    In my experience, there’s one quality that separates job seekers who are successful in their searches from those who flounder. It’s not the college they went to, the degree they hold, or how smart they are. It’s not a particular certification or a certain amount of experience. The thing that makes all the difference is confidence in their own abilities. I’m not talking about being completely unrea...

  • You Don’t Have to Include Everything on Your Resume

    As a certified professional resume writer, I’ve noticed that one mistake a lot of job seekers make is trying to include everything on their resumes. Of course, it is important to include pertinent qualifications, achievements, and so on, but you don’t have to cram every single detail of your professional life into your resume. This may sound counterintuitive, but including less information on your...

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