Can a Tweet Really Cost You a Potential Job?

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The use of social media to vet new employees is still very much in a legal gray area. There are some problems with simply Googling someone and determining they are not a fit for your company. But this isn’t iron clad. There are many ways where your internet presence can influence your job search in… Read more »

At What Point Should You Give Up on a New Hire?

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  It isn’t easy to say you’ve made a mistake. When it comes to a bad hire you may wait to see how things will get better. You may change your approach to the employee multiple times only to find the behaviors don’t change. So when do you face the truth that this person is… Read more »

How to Stay Focused During an Extended Job Search

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  The job market has changed dramatically over the last several years and that means it is taking some job seekers longer to find the perfect job in Texas. What do you do if your job search has already lasted longer than you expected? While you can’t deny that it is frustrating, your attitude can’t spill over… Read more »

What Should Your Performance Reviews Really Be About?

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  The annual performance review is one of the best ways to inform your employees about their continuing performance. However, employees and managers tend to dread it more than any other aspect of their job. Part of the reason for this is that both parties focus on the wrong aspects of the meeting and end… Read more »