Are your job descriptions for new hires filled with unrealistic and overly specific hiring specifications? An article from The Society for Human Resource Management says recruiters call these “Purple Squirrels.” Steven Linder, The Workplace Group’s talent acquisition and development partner, explains that things have evolved since the job market changed due to the recession. Many […]

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Sometimes there can be a drastic difference between the culture you’re exposed to when you’re being recruited vs the actual organization’s culture once you’re hired. It’s not unusual for companies to present themselves as ideal when they’re trying to lure high-quality candidates. If a company wines and dines you, and tells you how terrific their […]

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Does your company become something other than what it really is during the recruiting process? Do you pull out all the stops to attract the best talent, treat them to expensive dinners or make promises of work-life balance and unlimited growth opportunities? If that’s consistent with what job applicants will see when they sign on, […]

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How To Dig Beneath The Surface of The Polished Resume and Interview Skills Sometimes we make the wrong hiring decision, regardless of how thorough our interview process is or how outstanding the candidate’s resume appears. Organization Development Coach Douglas Bush offers these three questions – in addition to the interview — that can help determine […]

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