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When you post an open position, chances are the job needed to be filled yesterday. Since work is piling up fast, it’s easy to zero in on the first candidate with decent qualifications. In the short-term, this probably works out just fine. However, this isn’t the key to lasting success. If you’re not hiring people… Read more »

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Your hires are a direct reflection of your interviewing techniques. If you haven’t been entirely pleased with the Chicago job candidates you’ve recently brought on board, it’s time to switch things up. Incorporating a few new interview tips can allow you to see internal factors impacting the position, as well as issues with candidates you… Read more »

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Your team is inundated with projects, so you need to find talented engineering job candidates to assist with the workload. Defining the skills and experience needed to fill these positions is easy, but deciding if you need temporary or permanent employees can be a bit more challenging. In the past, it might’ve been difficult to… Read more »

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The new year is here, and you’re ready for it to be your company’s best yet. If you want to realize results better than ever, productivity has to increase, but you can’t accomplish this with a team of perpetually stressed employees. Whether you already have your team intact or you need to do a little… Read more »

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If your company’s turnover levels have reached an uncomfortably high level, it’s time to take action. Direct replacement costs for a departing employee can total 50% to 60% of their annual salary, with total costs linked to turnover reaching 90% to 200% of their total earnings, according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)…. Read more »