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Avoid Hiring The Wrong People For Your Business With These Handy Tips

It doesn’t matter whether you have a new start-up business or an established one. One of the core assets of any company are the employees. It is they who enable you to develop, innovate and sell your products and services. Hiring the right people for the right job is not easy and often done more [...]Show More Summary

3 Reasons Online Learning Institutions Fail

“America’s Most Trusted Educator” Dr. Steve Perry cites key challenges online educators face in their quest for mainstream industry and marketplace acceptance It’s common knowledge that professional success can be greatly enabled and enhanced with a college education at any stage of life and no matter where a person is in their career path. But, [...]Show More Summary

The Financial Cost of a Bad Hire

Hiring the best candidate is vital to any business, regardless of its domain. But why is the hiring process so important and how do you control the damage of a bad hire? “According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the average cost for each bad hire can equal 30 percent of that individual’s annual earnings. [...]Show More Summary

 4 Actionable Tactics to Accelerate Career Success

Navigating the Gray: Expert tips for communicating clearly and confidently and building stronger workplace relationships in pursuit of upward career mobility This is a guest post by Vivian Ciampi. Globalization, technology, rampant regulation...Show More Summary

Do You Hate Your Job? 9 Fantastic Ways To Kick Start A New Career

Each day, you get up in the morning and head off to your job. The question is – do you enjoy what you do? When you are unhappy at work, it affects every single aspect of your life. If you dread getting up every day, you might find that your job is to blame. Sometimes, [...]Show More Summary

14 Things Every Entrepreneur and Small Business Owner Must Have to Make 6 Figures (or More)

According to the Small Business Administration, of the 22 million non-employer businesses only about 11 percent ever make six figures. To earn six figures in a year, you need to earn $8,333.33 a month or $1,923.07 a week. And more importantly, you have to have a clear and concise plan of how you’re going to [...]Show More Summary

Direct Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses or New Entrepreneurs

Your brand value and recognition thrive on your ability to utilize direct marketing. And no matter the size of your business, the applications of direct marketing are endless and should be used to their full potential. Online resources and direct mailing both have long lists of tools and assets that you can utilize to help [...]Show More Summary

Finding the Right Career for Your Personality [INFOGRAPHIC]

Have you ever wondered why you are attracted to certain jobs? Ever thought about how happy you would be as an architect? Or how bored you would be as a software engineer? Your personality type could have everything to do with your preferences.   Understanding your personality type could be a key factor in finding [...]Show More Summary

Career in Nursing Administration

Are you thinking about pursuing the noble role of becoming a nurse? If you are, there are probably more options available to you than you think. Most people are aware of the roles of Registered Nurse (RN) and Licensed Nurse Practitioner (LPN), but there are many other paths you can take as a nurse, especially [...]Show More Summary

Video Interviews – For Efficient Recruiting

The recruitment industry is on the cusp of a revolutionary transformation. The conception of video-interviewing is changing the way businesses approach the screening and hiring of employees, which is seeing asynchronous video interviews replace the traditional phone interview. Show More Summary

What Your Business Attire Says About You

Post contributed by Vicky Oliver Walk into almost any office and you’ll see dress code violations–a woman wearing sheer black hose (too sexy), or a man sporting Docker khakis and a T-shirt when everyone else is wearing a tie (slacker). Our office attire speaks volumes about us. We want to look professional, well put together, [...]Show More Summary

The New Job Search: How to Make Twitter Work for You

This is guest post by Val Matta. Social media has changed the way job seekers search for jobs. Recent research shows that 93 percent of recruitersuse, or will use social media to find hires in the coming year. Increasingly, those recruiters are using Twitter to post jobs, with 51 percent of all jobs posted online [...]Show More Summary

How To Identify The Best Career Opportunity For You

Finding the right job to suit your personality and skills can be tough. Indeed, that is why so many people spend the bulk of their working life feeling miserable. When it comes to selecting the best career path, there is no time like the present. With that in mind, you need some advice from the [...]Show More Summary

Putting your Finance Degree to Good Use: Jobs You May Not Have Thought Of

You’ve trained for what feels like most of your adult life to be an accountant, banker or financial analyst, only to find that upon graduation, you’re no longer sure of what field you want to go into. There’s no need to chastise yourself – as the London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) proves, there [...]Show More Summary

The 5 Choices – The Path to Extraordinary Productivity

“The secret to feeling and being highly accomplished is to rewire our brain to make intentional high value decision, have very focused attention, and have the sustainable energy to make it all happen.” The authors (Kory Kogon, Adam Merrill and Leena Rinne) describe the purpose of this book is to “help you get out from [...]Show More Summary

The Screening Interview: A Recruiter’s Perspective

Post contributed by Amitraj Tyagi Today’s war of talent acquisition is far more challenging than it used to be a few years back. Social media tools like LinkedIn have increased the visibility of candidates, whether active or passive. With such transformation in the technology landscape, it is a lot easier to identify a promising candidate. [...]Show More Summary

3 Out of the Box Career Planning Tips for Fresh Grads

When you leave school, it can sometimes feel like there is so much pressure on you to choose a career. Although our education carves our career path, but not in entirety. There would be many you know who have had degrees in certain field but are now working in another. Whilst finding job is important [...]Show More Summary

7 Steps to Progressing Your Career In 2015

Strengthen your career, strengthen your future. As new talents enters the workforce, the competition gets tougher. New skills, initiative, strong network, certifications are not just buzz words they are the core to your career success in the coming years. The more better we are equipped today the more stable the future would be. Here are [...]Show More Summary

Hirepeak – Streamlining the Recruitment Process

Post Contributed by Rohit Lal The interviewing process is a beehive of activity. Recruiters coordinate with interviewers and candidates to set up interviews, and then follow through with them to conclusion. There may be multiple rounds of interviews with different interviewers, and multiple candidates. Show More Summary

Career as a Child Psychologist

Child psychology is a subject that’s ideal for the many who are passionate about working with children with developmental disabilities or serving as a child care worker or a child welfare caseworker and those who have been fascinated by the psychology of children. As an established child psychologist, most job postings require higher education such [...]Show More Summary

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