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To Improve Your Chances of Getting an Interview, Focus On This Strategy
Our HR expert discusses what resume elements will help lead to an interview, what he looks for in employees and the importance of thank-you notes.
The Licorice Test and Other Unconventional Tips for Hiring
These approaches will help you build a scrappy team who will argue, push and demand more of those around them.
How to Avoid Startups' Biggest HR Pitfalls
There's no exact science for keeping your founding team members around for the long term but there are a few things you can do to increase your chances of being surrounded by those same early employees further down the line.
5 Hiring Tips on Building a Team for Your Technical Product
Trust and complementary DNA are major assets.
Use Referral Bonuses to Find Top Entry-Level Talent
Bonuses greatly expand recruiting reach by encouraging current employees to recommend candidates who will fit well into the company's culture.
3 Secrets to Finding the Best Freelancer for Your Company
If you've been struggling to find someone with a certain skillset to join your team, it's time to look into hiring a freelancer.
3 Ways to Be Constantly Recruiting Star Talent Through Social Media
The search for talent is an integral part of a well-developed social media branding strategy.
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Hiring Secrets from the Tech Giants: Your Weekly Tips Roundup
Learn why Google is looking beyond degrees from Harvard and Yale on its candidates' resumes.
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How to Hire Friends Without Destroying Relationships
By taking some precautions you can maximize the benefit of knowing skilled folk and avoid damaging relationships.
5 Ways to Better Leverage Your Referrals to Hire Top Talent
If you're looking to expand your company with a talented employee base, leveraging referrals is the first step to finding and enticing the best candidates.
5 Huge Resume Blunders -- and How to Avoid Them
With recruiters spending an average of just six seconds reading each resume, one error is all it takes for yours to end up at the bottom of the trash bin.
The Most Important Part of Your Résumé Is One You Haven't Even Written Yet.
Paid attention to your "professional summary"? Maybe it's time you did.
By Jorli Peña
3 Attributes of a Championship Employee
To build winning performance in any environment, leaders need to evaluate team members for these key attributes.
How to Hire a CMO When Marketing Has Nothing to Do With the Job
New companies seeking to disrupt established industries sometimes face novel staffing problems. How do you fill a job that doesn't exist anywhere else?
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