Top 5 Hiring Blunders and How to Avoid Them

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Not every hiring decision you will make in your career as a manager is going to be perfect. Bad hires do happen and the key is to reduce the instances of imperfection with each new experience. Learn from your own mistakes as well as the mistakes of others to improve your interviewing and hiring skills…. Read more »

What to Say in a Job Interview Follow Up

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The interview isn’t the end of the job search. After the interview, there is more work that needs to be done. Just as important as the way you have written your resume, the follow up after an interview is essential. How do you know the best way to follow up after an interview? Here are… Read more »

How to Create a Job Description that attracts Top Quality Candidates

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An easy trap to fall into when creating a job description is to attempt to define the individual you want to hire rather than the job duties and functions. It is important not to limit yourself to one specific personality profile or think you have a person in mind when you start interviewing. You may… Read more »

4 Ways to Improve Your First Impression

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They say you never get a second change to make a first impression. That is never more true than when you arrive at an interview. Everything from the way you’re dressed to the way you interact with the receptionist is scrutinized by the hiring managers. So, how can you improve your first impression and convince… Read more »