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Reasons You Should Reject a Job Candidate

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Before you can hire a new employee, you have to reject all the other applicants. The process of narrowing down can be difficult, depending on the attributes and skills of person. Instead of allowing the process to overwhelm you, consider the following reasons to reject a candidate.   Hints of sloppiness   Whether it’s the… Read more »

What to Consider When Thinking of Hiring an Overqualified Candidate

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Finding an overqualified candidate might seem like a dream come true. They’re aware of the salary, meaning you’re getting more talent for less. Unfortunately, hiring someone who’s overqualified doesn’t mean guaranteed success for your team. Consider the five questions below when considering hiring an overqualified candidate:   Why do they want this job?   The… Read more »

How to Interview Candidates for Teamwork Skills

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No worker is an island – every job requires some level of teamwork with other professionals. Whether it’s co-workers on the same project or someone in another department, you understand the interdependency of your staff. Because of this, it’s important to ask the right questions during an interview to determine if your potential new hire… Read more »

Helpful Tips for Reducing Stress in the Workplace

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With the holidays approaching, stress in your workplace might be rapidly escalating. Trying to balance increased workloads with the busyness associated with the season might cause your team to struggle. As a manager, it’s your job to help with stress reduction where possible. Here are some tips to help your team lower their on-the-job stress…. Read more »

Why You Should Hire Someone Who is Unemployed

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They say it’s easier to get a job when you have a job, which puts an unfair stigma on someone who is unemployed. When a resume comes in and the applicant isn’t working, it’s easy to assume it’s their own fault and they shouldn’t be employed at all. Instead of letting these biases get in… Read more »